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FITCHBURG 



DIRECTORY 



(INCLUDING LEOMINSTER.) 



I898. 



CONTAINING 

A General Directory of the Citizens, Business Directory, 

Map, Street Directory, City Officers, Churches, 

Schools, Societies, Corporations, Etc. 

i.HoL 






NO. 




XXVIII. 



THE PRICE & LEE CO., COMPILERS AND PUBLISHERS. 
SENTINEL PRINTING CO., PRINTERS. 



Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1898, 

By THE PRICE & LEE CO., 
In the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. 



1797920 

CONTENTS. 



Abbreviations 23 

Advertising Index 4 

Aldermen , 377 

Assessors . 379 

Attorneys and Counsellors. 312 

Banks 314 

Blocks, Buildings, etc 12 

Burbank Hospital .... 397 

Business Directory 311 

Cemeteries 408 

Census 13 

Churches and Clergymen 392 

City Government, 1898 377 

Constables 381 

Co operative Banks 327 

County Officers 411 

Courts 412 

Fire Alarm Boxes 383 

Fire Department.. 382 

Fire Insurance Company ... 404 

Grand Army 407 

Halls 12 

Index to Out-of-Town Advertisers 375 

Justices of the Peace 412 

Knights of Pythias. 407 

Leominster Residents 505 

Masonic 405 

Medical Organizations 404 

Military . 408 

Newspapers 352 

Notaries Public 412 

Odd Fellows 1 406 

Physicians 357 

Police Court of Fitchburg 414 

Police Department . . 381 

Poor Department 382 

Post Offices 409 

Public Library .. 392 

Public Roads 11 

Public Schools ..... 389 

Sheriff and Deputies. 411 

Societies 396 

Stage Lines 409 

State Government. 414 

Stock Companies 366 

Streets, Courts, etc 7 

Temperance Societies . • 408 

Ward Boundaries 12 

Water Department. 384 



SYNOPSIS. 



Names in Directorv, 1898 . . 13,204 

Names in Directory, 1897 12,670 

Names erased in preparing Directory, 1898 1,661 

Names added in preparing Directory, 1898 2,095 

Increase in Names . . 434 



IftDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



PAGB 

Adair H. A 496 

Adams H. B 442 

Allen Charles 466 

Allen & Lesure 461 

Bagnall-Loud Block Co 502 

Bailey Harrison 444 

Bailey William K 447 

Baker William H 449 

Bassett A. A 471 

Batchelder C. A 414 

Bates Bros 462 

Becker John Mfg. Co 437 

Belding E. F. & Co 441 

Benjamin M. N 476 

Betters George.. 495 

Blake W. H. Steam Pump Co.. . . 438 

Blanchard F. A. (manager). 475 

Blanchard & Brown 451 

Bliss A. S . . 497 

Borowsky Jacob.. 434 

Boston One Price Clothing Co 462 

Boston Belting Co front col'd p VII 

Boston Screw Co 440 

Boston & Lockport Block Co 503 

Boutwell Henry F 456 

Boyle Daniel 477 

BragdonEllaF 499 

Brown C. H. & Co front col'd p V 

Brown L 442 

Brownell & Mason 465 

Buckley George 493 

Burgess A. H 455 

Burleigh Rock Drill Co 440 

Burnap E. S. 472 

Butler Joseph . . .opp inside backcover 

Buxton A. A 463 

Carter W. C 488 

Chaffin J. F 453 

Chamberlain, Huntress & Co 458 

Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, 

front col'd p VIII 

Cheney Bros back col'd page 

Cobb, Aldrich & Co front cover 

Cochran & Lock wood 443 

Cole Will A 499 

Coleman & Drury 476 

Conway Bros 476 

Cook B. A. &Co 493 

Cousins L. A . . front cover 

Cowdin & Walker 474 

Cowdry C. H. Machine Works, 

front col'd p VI 

Crocker, Burbank & Co 433 

(looker F. B 480 

Cummlnga M. W ... 482 

Cumminga & Remington 434 

Cumming8 & Shedd.. . . 467 

Currier F. C. & Son 430 



PAGE 

Currier & Blanchard 450 

CushingJ. & Co . .. 474 

Damon & Gould Co 466 

Davis A. C 497 

Davis E. & Son 435 

Davis M. estate . front cover 

Davis Thomas W 478 

Day Street Drug Store 457 

Demmon W. M 494 

Derick C. J 496 

Dewing Chester F 497 

Dickinson E. M. & Co 441 

Dillon D. M 436 

Donnelly T. E 493 

Doten C. H 458 

Dumais J. 482 

Dyer H. B 485 

Eaton R. C 491 

Eaton W. H back cover 

Edwards William Slate Co 490 

Elektron Mfg. Co 502 

Emerson & Monroe 489 

Emory W. C 480 

Esterbrook H. A 455 

Estabrook H. T 452 

Esterbrook Steel Pen Co 503 

Fairbanks A. W 457 

Fairbanks C. L front cover 

Falulah Paper Co. 433 

Farrar F. F 487 

Ferdinand Furniture Co 464 

Fidelity Co-operative Bank 428 

Fitchburg Duck Mills 431 

Fitch burg File Works 441 

Fitchburg Gas and Electric Light 

Co 430 

Fitchburg Grain Co 473 

Fitchburg Iron Foundry 439 

Fitchburg Loan, Safety Deposit and 

Trust Co 429 

Fitchburg Machine Works, 

front col'd p VI 

Fitchburg Mail Publishing Co. . . 500 

Fitchburg Mattress Mfg. Co 463 

Fitchburg Mfg. Co 431 

Fitchburg Military Band 453 

Fitchburg Mutual Fire Ins Co . . 429 

Fitchburg National Bank 425 

Fitchburg Paper Co 433 

Fitchburg Rubber Stamp Works.. 452 

Fitchburg Savings Bank 425 

Fitchburg Steam Engine Co. , 

inside front cover 

Fitchburg Steel Ball Co 440 

Fitchburg Worsted Co 432 

Francis H. M 486 

French & Learned 474 

Fuller Dwight G 482 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE 

Fuller L 461 

Fuller Parker S 499 

GarnoW. A ... 478-485 

Geoffrion A. Madame 460 

German Co-operative Grocery Co. . 477 

Giffin William H 459 

Gilchrest, Wiley & Foss 492 

Gillespie John 453 

Girard S. V 460 

Godbeer Henry 484 

Goodnow L. H. Foundry Co 438 

Goodrich H. A. & Co 461 

Grant Yarn Co 432 

Greene H. G 455 

Greenwood George T 451 

Greenwood Mary A , . . . . 459 

Gutezeit Market 481 

Hall & Freeman 446 

Hamilton Charles 450 

Hanna James 468 

Harding Charles T 476 

Harding William F 467 

Hardy John 434 

Harley Daniel 459 

Harrer John H 499 

Hart Elmer E 436 

Hart & Shea 465 

Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection 

and Insurance Co 501 

Hartwell & Reed 483 

Hatch H. A.' 450 

Haynes & Levy , 445 

Hession T. S 497 

Hey wood, Wilson & Co 439 

Hobson, Seaman & Co 504 

Holland J H 468 

Holt A. A 495 

Hosmer J. R 490 

Jaseph Joseph F 481 

Jeunison Plumbing Co front cover 

Joel D. H front cover 

Joel Joel 469 

Johnson Iver Arms and Cycle 

Works, 

front col'd opp map and front edge 
Johnson Iver Sporting Goods Co., 

back cover 

Johnson W. C 487 

Johnson W. D. & Co 457 

Keene C. A 498 

Kennedy T. F 485 

Keyes W. H 488 

Kivlon M 468 

Knowlton George B 465 

Kuhn Fred L 437 

Kulwinski Max 460 

L'Abbe Alfred 478 

Lapointe Henry P 486 

Lawrence Sons & Co 466 

Lawson S. C. . ,. ... 445 

Lawton Robert 448 

Leary & Terrell 483 

Lewis Henry J 472 

Litchfield O. E , 484 



PAGE 

Litchfield & Stebbins 461 

Little A. A 478 

Littlehale J. D 488 

Liversage William 470 

Loveland & Fish 468 

Lovell F. 8. Machine Works . . 437 

Lovering, Elliott & Co back cover 

Lowe Bros. & Co 479 

Mack James H 466 

Maney K.J 460 

Mansfield Charles E 470 

Marsh Alphonse. 447 

Mauch & Whitcomb 453 

McCauliff F. A 484 

McMahon J. H 446 

McNally John 484 

Merriam & Rolph 473 

Miller Samuel W. 445 

Mitten George J 496 

Moore Frank H 454 

Morrill John D 477 

Morse Bros 492 

Moulton Alice L 454 

Moulton E. S 486 

Moulton J. C 454 

Murtfeldt W. A. Co. . .front col'd p IX 

Nathan & Remington 463 

Nelson & Swanson 472 

New Atlantic Tea Co. The 475 

New England Tea and Crockery 

Co 475 

New England Telephone Co. . ..opp 370 

Newton A. G « . back cover 

Nichols Wallace 495 

Nichols & Frost , 458 

Nolan Matthew 469 

Norcross & Baker 444 

Nourse P. A. 463 

Novelty Turning Co .... 442 

O'Connor D 483 

O'Connor D. Charles & Co 457 

Olson John 452 

Ordway A. R back cover 

Orswell Mills 432 

Page George Z 494 

Page Harvey S. & Co. 456 

Page Leroy J 486 

Parkhill Mfg. Co 432 

Parks G. M inside back cover 

Patch Lyman 465 

Pattison F. W back cover 

Perault M. J 439 

Perkins B. H front cover 

Phelan Daniel B 446 

Philbrook House Furnishing Co. . . 464 

Pierce Joseph & Son 469 

Pierce & Upton 475 

Priest Charles A. Lumber Co., 

inside back cover 
Putnam Machine Co., front col'd p IV 

Putney W. E 449 

Raymond George 447 

Read Edwin M 471 

Ricker Bros 475 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE 

Roadstrand Charles J 482 

Rock Margaret E. Miss 470 

Rockwell H. F 455 

Rogers A. E . . .back cover 

Rollstone National Bank 427 

Ross J. &T. K 451 

RubleeN. C. & Co 451 

Rugg A. A. Mrs 471 

Russell Peter 490 

Ryan Frederick 480 

Safety Fund National Bank 426 

Sample, Brousseau & Co 459 

Sanderson Frederick M 448 

Sawyer E. A 456 

Scandia Co-op. Grocery Co 477 

Scanlon Bros. & Co 479 

Scanlon J. H. & W. L 481 

Seidel H. A 471 

Sentinel Printing Co opp 371 

Seward I. G. & Co . . 472 

Shannon James B 449 

Shattuck F. D 479 

Sheldon J. P . . . 495 

Simonds Mfg. Co front col'd p III 

Simonds Rolling Machine Co 440 

Smith J. T 443 

Snow & McDermott 454 

Sole Leather Tip Co 441 

Starr F. A 488 

Starr John S 489 

Steel Horse Collar Co . . 435 

Stewart John K ....462 

Stone Edward A. 496 

Stowe Stephen A 494 

Stratton Frank R front cover 

Swift Edwin T 490 

Taylor E. E . 447 

Teehan & Boyle 462 

Tenney Charles L 443 



PAGE 

Thompson J. E 452 

Thomson Alexander 435 

Thorn Medicine Co. The 456 

TiftH. L 492 

Tinsley & Abell 491 

Todd Arthur D 480 

Tolman C. S 437 

Travelers' Ins. Co . . . .front col'd p IX 

Tupper & Lane 445 

Twichell Seth 491 

Tyrrell H. P 443 

Union Coal Co back cover 

Union Machine Co 436 

Union Pork Co 479 

Upham N. C 448 

Upham Sumner H 464 

Varney Nathaniel 489 

Wachusett National Bank 426 

Wallace Rodney. .., 433 

Walsh David 1 446 

Walworth Mfg. Co. 503 

Ware C. E 444 

Watson Charles H 481 

Webber Martin 491 

Webber & Hay ward ... 464 

Webster N. R 430 

Weston Stephen 493 

Whitaker S. Edgar 448 

Whitney Coal Co 467 

Whittemore E. H 485 

Wilder Charles W 442 

Willard F. O 470 

Williams A. P. & Co 494 

Woods Guy .' 498 

Woodward F. F. & Co 473 

Woodward George B 473 

Woodward & Jones 474 

Worcester North Savings Institu- 
tion , 427 



THE PRICE & LEE CO., 



PUBLISHERS OF DIRECTORIES 
OF FIFTY CITIES AND TOWNS 



FITCHBURG 



STREET AND AVENUE DIRECTORY. 



EXPLANATION. 

It will be noticed that in this Street Directory the names of the streets are set down in alphabetical 
order, giving the course which they run, according, as near as possible, to the points of the compass, and 
enumerating all streets which cross the same in the order in which they occur. 



Abbott Avenue, from 599 

Water to Leominster line 
Academy, from 402 Main east- 
erly to 10 Spring, wards 3 and 4 
47 Prentiss alley 
58 Harwood pi 
63 Prichard 
68 High 
82 Davis 
Adams, from 69 Prichard west- 
erly to 40 Hartwell, ward 4 
8 Oliver 
22 Fox 
Albee, from 13 Birch southerly 
to 205 Newton, ward 1 
51 Burnett 
113 Cleveland 
Allen, from 11 Daniels to 14 
Huron, ward 2 
19 Federal 
Allston PI., from 61 South 

westerly, ward 1 
Arlington, from 26 Prospect 
westerly to Caldwell, ward 3 
22 School 
34 Chestnut 
49 Bond 
Ash, from 76 Milk easterly to 19 

Linden, ward 1 
Ashburnham, from junction 
River and Westminster north- 
westerly to Westminster line, 
W. F., ward 3 
18 Russell 
92 Fairview 

125 Baltic Lane 

126 Tremont 

210 Westminster Hill road 
277 Sanborn 
528 Stickney road 
Mclntire road 

Atlantic Av„ from 33 Beacon 
to 21 Bluff av, ward 6 

Avon PI., from 62 Lunen- 
burg westerly, ward 5 

Babbitt Court, from 207 

Water, ward 1 
Bailey, from Mt. Vernon west 

to Marshall, ward 4 
Baker, from 17 Rollstone west- 
erly to 10 Circle, ward 2 
Baltic Lane, from 125 Ash- 
burnham, W. F., southwesterly, 
ward 3 
Barton, from 61 Rollstone west- 
erly, ward 2 
Beacon, from 50 Summer east- 
erly to 47 Lawrence, ward 6 
33 Atlantic av 
Beech, from 156 Kimball to 
278 Pratt road, ward 2 
14 Leighton 
65 Federal 

Huron 
184 Wall 
210 Laflamme pi 
235 Daniels 
238 Pratt 
Beech Lane, from 17 Beech, 

ward 2 
Belmont, from 77 Heywood 
southerly, ward 1 



Betnis, from Water oppWanoos- 
noc rd to Summer, ward 6 
25 Falulah 
55 Market 
70 Duck Mill road 
79 Dover 
125 Falulah road 

Intervale 
237 Mack 
Berkley, from Lenox to 478 
North, ward 4 

Berry, from 181 Lunenburg to 

52 Boutelle, ward 6 
Birch, from 273 Water southerly 

to 124 Heywood, ward 1 

13 Albee 
50 Salem 

Blais Court, from 73 Plymouth 

to 62 Columbus, ward 2 
Blossom, from 134 Main north- 
erly and westerly to 229 Me- 
chanic, ward 4 
16 Crescent 
67 Union 
117 Green 
155 Pearl 
166 Cage 
204 Weymouth 
223 Upland road 
252 Hawes 
3C2 Dpton 
807 Lyman 
317 Osgood 
518 Mt. Vernon 
Bluff Av., from 84 Summer 

to Atlantic av, ward 6 
Bond, fr. 13 Goddard, northerly 
to View, ward 3 

14 Arlington 
Boutelle, from 163 Lunenburg 

southerly to 228 Summer, ward 6 
25 Prescott 
43 Winter 
52 Berry 
Jackson av 
Goodrich 
Brandon av 
St. Bernard 
Boyle Court, from 239 Water 

to 36 Hale, ward 1 
Boylston, from 9 Harvard 

southerly to Maverick, ward 6 
Bradford, from Heywood 

southerly, ward 1 
Brandon Av„ from 153 Harri- 
son av to Boutelle, ward 6 
Brigham, from 3 Winthrop to 

79 Charles, ward 2 
Brigham Park, head of Holt 

street, ward 6 
Brook, from 34 Grove west- 
erly to 25 Central, ward 3 
Bin-bank, from Prospect above 
V lew northerly to Burbank Hos- 
pital, ward 3 

Nichols 
Burnap, from 20 Pine south- 
erly, ward 1 
Burnett, from 301 Water to 
51 Albee, ward 1 



Bums, from Institute north- 
erly, W. F., ward 3 

Brier, from 112 Lunenburg 
northerly to 75 Culley, ward 5 

Caldwell, from 608 Main north- 
erly to Flat Rock road, ward 3 
Goddard 
Arlington 

Cane, from 183 Summer west- 
erly to 42 Smith, ward 6 

Canton, from 53 Heywood south- 
erly to Wanoosnoc road, ward 1 
Cleveland 

Carey, from 75 Abbot av south- 
erly to 725 Water, ward 1 

Cascade, from Westminster 

westerly, W. F., ward 2 
Cedar, from 60 Congress north- 
erly to Pearl hill road, ward 5 
18 Orange 
46 Concord 
66 Pearl 
Central, from 364 Main easterly 
to 185 Prichard, ward 3 

25 Brook 

43 Vine 

Charles, from 79 South north- 
westerly, wards 1 and 2 

26 Linden 

44 Milk 
68 Forest 
79 Brigham 

105 Walton 

106 Laurel 
132 Franklin 
136 Rollstone 
142 Hazel • 

Cheever Place, from 7 Me- 
chanic easterly, ward 3 

Cherry,from 51 Day to 22 North, 
ward 5 

U]4 Cherry street place 
24 Snow 
Cherry St. PI., from uy 2 
Cherry, ward 5 

Chester, from 65 Columbus 
southerly to 350 Pratt road, 
ward 2 

Randolph 
Chestnut, from 504 Main north- 
erly, ward 3 

10 Goddard 
26 Arlington 

Chui'ch, from 290 Main norther- 
ly to 143 Prichard, ward 4 
21 Elm 

Circle,f rom 419 Main to 74 River, 
ward 2 



Clarendon, from Cleghorn 
south to 304 Pratt road, ward 2 
U Plymouth 
84 Columbus 
160 Falrmount 
Cleghorn, from 96 Falrmount 
southerly and westerly to Oak 
Hill road, ward 2 
41 Clarendon 



STREETS, COURTS, PLACES, ETC. 



Cleveland, from Lancaster to 
Canton, ward 1 
113 Albce 
Clinton, from 108 Green north- 
erly, ward 5 

20 Congress 

47 Orange 

59 Damon 

Clyde, from 10 Hancock, ward 6 

Coggshall— see Brier 

Columbus, from 82 Daniels 
westerly to Fairinount exten- 
sion, ward 2 

50 Clarendon 
61 Blals court 
65 Chester 

100 Madison 
140 Oak Hill road 
Plymouth 
Concord, from 101 Highland av 
to 52 Pacific, ward 5 
11 Cedar 
Congress, from 73 North to 90 
Luuenburg, ward 5 
10 Clinton 
32 Myrtle av 

48 Highland av 

60 Cedar 
76 Pacific 

Congress PI., from 51 Con- 
gress southerly, ward 5 

Cottage, from 56 Vernon north- 
erly to Institute, W. F.,ward 3 

Cottage Av., from 343 Main 
to Cottage sq., ward 2 

Cottage Sq., from 353 Main 
southerly and easterly to Cot- 
tage av, ward 2 

Crescent, from 10 Prichard to 
16 Blossom, ward 4 

10 Pleasant 

22 Mt. Vernon 
Crocker,from 81 Water easterly 

ward 6 
Crocker Terrnce, from 76 

Mechanic westward, ward 3 
Cross, from G8 Laurel to 27 South 

ward 1 

7 Milk 
Crown, from 74 Nashua to 72 

Granite, ward 1 

Culley, from 90 Lunenburg to 
129 Pearl, ward 5 
75 Hrler 

Damon, from 59 Clinton east- 
erly to 127 Myrtle av, ward 5 

Daniels, from 121 Fairmount 
easterly,. southerly and easterly 
to 237 Beech, ward 2 

11 Allen 

B8 Plymouth 
90 Woodland 
Da vim, from 86 Academy to 6 
Blmonda, ward! 
B Pleasant 
26 Mt. Globe 
:;i Highland court 
Dny, from 110 Main to 25 Green, 
ward 5 

51 Cherry 
70 Union 

Green 
Depot, front 41 Westminster 
southerly by W. Fitchburg 
depot to Franklin road, ward 2 
til Fairmount 
117 Hannlgan court 
Devlin, from 29 Falulah to 5 
Penils, ward (J 

Don ne, from 15 Fulton westerly 
Co Smith, ward 6 

DoiitrliiMM Ave., southerly 
from 12 Williams 

Dover, from 75 Bemis to Sheri- 
dan, ward 6 

39 Melrose 

Duck Mill Kond, from 472 
Water to 56 Bemll, ward 6 

Bast* from ISO Lunenburg to 150 
Pearl, ward 6 



Eaton, from 933 River, W. F„ 

northwesterly, ward 3 
Elm, from 24 Church easterly to 
29 Prichard, ward 4 
4 Court House 
8 Hartwell 
18 Fox 
30 Oliver 
Essex, from 123 High easterly, 
ward 4 

Marshall 
Everett, from 190 South easterly 

ward 1 
Exeter, from 281 Oak Hill road 
soi-th to Franklin road, ward 2 

Factory Sq., from 377 Main, 
fronting rear Sentinel office, 
ward 2 
Fairlawn, from 15 Cleveland 

south, ward 1 
Fairmount, from 180 Kimball 
westerly to 61 Depot, W. F., 
ward 2 

Daniels 
45 Woodland 
169 Clarendon 
225 Oak Hill road 
375 Columbus extension 



Fairview, 

ham, W. 
ward 3 



from 92 Ashburn- 
F., northeasterly, 



Fairview Av., from Long- 
wood av to Lyman, ward 4 
Gardner road 

Falulah, from 25 Bemis south- 
erly, S. F., ward 6 

Falulah Road, from 125 
Bemis road southerly to Leom- 
inster line, ward 6 
60 Melrose 

Farmer, from 716 Westminster 
hill road northerly, ward 3 

Farwell PI., from 388 Main 
easterly, ward 3 

Federal, from 45 Fairmount to 
65 Beech, ward 2 

14 Allen 

36 Rockland 

Felton, from Eaton, W. F., 
southwesterly, crossing Nor- 
wood, ward 3 

Fifth, from 262 Water easterly 
to Middle, ward 6 

First, from 166 Water to 1 Rail- 
road, ward 6 

19 Middle 
31 Middle st. lane 
Forest, from 96 Laurel souther- 
ly to 55 Pine, ward 1 
12 Winthrop 
40 Charles 
55 Williams 
72 Maple 
Foster, from 14 Kimball south- 
erly, ward 2 
7 Lelghton 
Fourth, from 240 Water easter- 
ly to Wheelwright's Paper Mill, 
ward 6 

10 Water st. lane 
16 Middle 
Fox, from 260 Main to 111 Prich- 
ard, ward 4 
22 Elm 
57 Adams 

Frankfort, from 47 Wall to 

168 Pratt road, ward 2 
Franklin, from 66 Rollstone 

southerly to 132 Charles, ward 2 

Fulton, from 24 Harvard south- i 
erly to Cane, ward 6 

15 Doane 
Cane 

Gage, from 166 Blossom westerly 

ward 4 
Gale, from Hancock southwest 

erly, ward 6 

Gardner Road, from Fair- 
view av to Lyman, ward 4 
Upland road 



Garfield, from 464 North west 

to Berkley, ward 4 
Garland, from 235 Lunenburg 

to 98 Summit, ward 6 
Garnet, from 40 Goodwin to 102 

Mt. Vernon, ward 4 
36 Jay- 
Gas, from Gas House southerly, 

ward 6 
Geneva, from Norwood, W.F., 

northwesterly, ward 3 
Gibson Place, from 598 Main 

northerly, ward 3 

Goddard, from 10 Chestnut 
westerly, ward 3 

13 Bond 

Goodrich, from 116 Summer to 
school house, ward 6 
30 Lawrence 
Harrison av 
Boutelle 
Goodwin, from 12 Pleasant 
easterly and northerly to 44 Mt. 
Vernon, ward 4 
40 Garnet 
Grand, from Norwood, W. F., 

southwesterly, ward 3 
Granite, from 195 Water west- 
erly to Crown, ward 1 

23 Worcester 
30 Salem 

39 Washington 
57 Portland 

Green, from 117 Blossom easterly 
to 42 Highland av, ward 5 
25 Day 
54 Snow 
80 North 
95 Willow 
108 Clinton 

123 Morris 
146 Myrtle av 

Grove, from 314 Main to 155 
Prichard, ward 4 
34 Brook 
44 Vine 
Hale, from 12 Spruce to 21 

Boyle court, ward 1 
Hancock, from 219 Summer 
westerly, ward 6 
10 Clyde 
Hannigan Court, from 117 
Depot, W. F., easterly, ward 2 

Hardy, from 50 Boutelle east to 
Berry, ward 6 

Harrison Av., from 69 Win- 
ter easterly to Goodrich, ward 6 

Hartwell, from 280 Main to 127 
Prichard, ward 4 

14 Elm 

40 Adams 
Harugari, from 104 Pratt road 

north to Pratt 
Harvard, from 133 Summer to 
1 Fulton, ward 6 
9 Boylston 

24 Fulton 
Harwood PI., fr. 58 Academy 

northerly, ward 3 

Hassett, fr.29 Albee to Canton, 
ward 1 

Hawes, from 250 Blossom to 143 

Mt. Vernon.'ward 4 
Hazel, from 142 Charles so ith- 

erly to Pratt road, ward 2 
Heywood, from 14 Birch jouth- 
westerly to South, ward 1 
13 Albee 
50 Salem 
53 Canton 
77 Belmont 

124 Birch 
Bradford 

High, from 68 Academy to 149 
Mechanic, wards 3 and 4 
13 Pleasant 
17 High School 

41 Mt. Globe 
123 7 



STREETS, COURTS, PLACES, ETC. 



9 



Highland Av., from 14 .Lu- 
nenburg to 93 Pearl, ward 5 
42 Green 
58 Congress 
76 Orange 
101 Concord 
Highland Court, from 31 

Davis easterly, ward 4 
High view, from Norwood bey 
Westminster Hill road, W. P., 
easterly, ward 3 

Holt, from 16 Summer easterly, 
ward 6 

23 Oak 
Howard, from 105 Lunenburg 

to Prescott, ward 6 
Hind, from Oak Hill road south- 
erly, ward 2 
Huron, from 23 Huron to 67 

Beech, ward 2 
Institute, from Temple west- 
erly, W. F.,ward 3 
Cottage 
Phillips 
Burns 
Intervale, from Bemis to Lun- 
enburg line, S. F., ward 6 
110 Mack 
Jackson A v., from 70 Bou- 
telle easterly, ward 6 
Jerry 
Phelps 
TJpham 
Jay, from 86 Pleasant to 36 Gar- 
net, ward 4 
Jerry, crossing Jackson av, 

ward 6 
Joslin PI., from 26 Summer 

ward 6 
Kimball, from 67 Rollstone 
westerly to 370 River, ward 2 

14 Foster 

Kimball PI., from 110 River, 
ward 2 

King, from 188 Pratt road north- 
erly to 41 Wall, ward 2 
Pratt 

Laflamme Place, from 200 
Beach easterly, ward 2 

Lancaster, from Burnett south 
to Newton, ward 1 
Cleveland 

Laurel, from 139 Main to 168 
Rollstone. wards 1 and 2 

15 Mill 
44 South 

67 Putnam 

68 Cross 
84 Payson 
96 Forest 

114 Winthrop 
152 Charles 
160 Walton 
Lawrence, from 109 Lunen- 
burg to 30 Goodrich, ward 6 

16 Prescott 
38 Winter 
47 Beacon 

Leger, from 70 Madison to Oak 
Hill road, ward 2 

Leighton, fr. 7 Foster westerly 
to Beech, ward 2 

Lenox, from 440 North to Berk- 
ley, ward 4 

Lincoln, from 124 Lunenburg 
northerly to Pacific extension, 
wards 5 and 6 
76 Pearl 

Linden, from 26 Charles to 17 
Otis, ward 1 
19 Ash 
Linwood, from 209 Lunenburg 

south to 44 Summit, ward 4 
Longwood Av., from 14 
Pearl to Lyman, ward 5 
Upland road 
Lunenburg, from junc. Main, 
Summer and Myrtle av, east- 
erly to Lunenburg town line, 
wards 5 and 6 

14 Highland av 
62 Avon pi 



88 Congress 

89 Wilmot 
104 Culley 
109 Lawrence 
112 Brier 

123 Howard 

124 Lincoln 
150 East 

162 Townsend 

163 Boutelle 
166 Redman 
181 Berry 
192 Oakland 
209 Linwood 
221 Perkins 
235 Garland 

Lyman, from 307 Blossom 

to Fairview av, ward 4 

Longwood av 

Gardner road 

IHack, from 237 Bemis to 110 

Intervale, S. F., ward 6 
Madison, from 61 Oak Hill rd 
south to 381 Pratt road, ward 2 
Fairmount 
Plymouth 
54 Columbus 
70 Leger 
Randolph 
Alain, from junction Summer, 
Lunenburg and Myrtle av, west- 
erly to West, wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 
and 6 

26 Willow 
64 North 
84 Snow 
114 Day 

125 Water 
134 Blossom 
137 Laurel 
173 Mill 

198 Prichard 

245 Putnam 

250 Oliver 

260 Fox 

276 Hartwell 

285 Newton pi 

290 Church 

314 Grove 

327 Wood pi 

343 Cottage av 

345 City Hall 

353 Cottage sq. 

364 Central 

377 Factory sq 

888 Farwell pi 

397 Rollstone 

404 Academy 

409 Wesleyan pi 

419 Circle 

436 Mechanic 

438 Prospect 

480 Park 

492 School 

501 River 

508 Chestnut 

598 Gibson pi 

608 Caldwell 
maple, from Otis cor. Milk to 

72 Forest, ward 1 
market, from 55 Bemis south- 
erly to 36 Melrose, ward 6 
marshal!, from 28 ML Globe 
northerly, ward 4 

11 Simonds 



Matthews, from 207 Summer, 
ward 6 

maverick, from 153 Summer 
westerly to Fulton, ward 6 
7 Boyleston 
mechanic, from 436 Main 
northerly to junction Rindge, 
Ashby and Fisher roads, wards 
3 and 4 

7 Cheever place 
76 Crocker Terrace 
94 Nichols 
149 High 
229 Blossom 
250 V\ hlttemore 
melrose, from Falulah easterly 
to Newport, ward 6 
Market 
Dover 
97 Falulah road 



Middle, from 19 First to 1« * if tn 
ward 6 

20 Second 
50 Third 
78 Fourth 

middle St. Lane, from 31 
First to Fourth, ward 6 
20 Second 
43 Third £T~ 
70 Fourth 
milk, from 7 Cross "southerly, 
ward 1 *"•- 

12 Payson 
31 Winthrop 
40 Winthrop court 
62 Charles 
76 Ash 
93 Maple 
112 Pine 

Mill, from 171 Main to 25 Laurel, 
ward 1 

Milton, from 195 Summer west- 
erly to Smith, ward 6 

Monroe, from 108 Birch west- 
erly and southerly, ward 1 

Morris, from 123 Green south- 
erly and westerly to 25 Willow, 
ward 5 

Mt. Globe, from 41 High to 32 
Spring, ward 4 
28 Marshall 
34 Davis 
Mt. Vernon, from 22 Crescent 
northeasterly to 518 Blossom, 
ward 4 

44 Goodwin 
102 Garnet 
134 Simonds 
143 Hawes 
167 Upton 

Myrtle Avenue, from 2 Main 
to 83 Pearl, ward 5 
7C Green 
89 Congress 
113 Orange 
127 Damon 
Nashua, from 151 Water to 64 
South, ward 1 

6 Worcester 
30 Washington 
52 Portland 
74 Crown 

Newport, from 109 Melrose, 
ward 6 

Newton, fr. 383 Water to 205 

Albee, ward 1 
Newton PL, from 289 Main 

southerly, ward 2 

Nichols, from 94 Mechanic 
northerly and westerly to Bur- 
bank, ward 3 

Nockege, from 181 West to 
Sheldon, ward 3 

North, from 64 Main northeast- 
erly to Pearl Hill road, ward 5 
22 Cherry 
57 Green 
73 Congress 

59 Pearl 
440 .Lenox 
464 Garfield 
478 Berkley 

Norwood, from 1023 River 
W. F., to Highview, ward 3 t 
Westminster Hill road 

Nutting, from 18 Simonds north- 
erly, ward 4 

Oak, from 18 Winter to 23 Holt, 
ward 6 

Oakland, from 192 Lunenburg 
northerly, ward 5 

Oak Hill Road, from 530 River 
south to Franklin road, ward 2 
250 Pratt road 
281 Exeter 

Oliver, from 250 Main to 95 
Prichard, ward 4 
24 Elm 

60 Adams 



10 



STREETS, COURTS, PLACES, ETC. 



Orange, from 47 Clinton to 
24 Pacific, ward 5 
12 Myrtle 
30 Highland av 
44 Cedar 
Orchnrd, from 95 Columbus to 

to Plymouth, ward 2 
Osgood, fr. 317 Blossom, ward 4 
Otis, from 109 South to Maple 

cor. Milk, ward 1 
Pacific, from 76 Congress to 
Pearl Hill road, ward 5 
24 Orange 
52 CoHCord 
83 Pearl 
Park, from 480 Main northerly, 

ward 3 
Pay son, from 82 Laurel to 36 
Walnut, ward 1 
12 Milk 
88 South 
Payson Court, from 5 Payson 

southwesterly, ward 1 

Pearl, from 155 Blossom easterly 

to town line, wards 4, 5 and 6 

9 Wood 

33 Snow 

59 North 

Clinton 
83 Myrtle av 
93 Highland av 
109 Cedar 
119 Pacific 
129 Culley 
137 Lincoln 
150 East 

Townsend 
Marshall road 
Perkins, from 221 Lunenburg 

to 68 Summit, ward 6 
Phelps, crossing Jackson av, 
ward 6 

Phillips, fr. 238 Sanborn south- 
erly to Institute, W. F.. ward 3 
48 Westminster Hill road 
121 Sprague 
153 Phillips av 
Phillips A v., from 153 Phillips 

northeasterly, ward 3 
Pine, from 131 South westerly to 
Rollstone, ward 1 
20 Burnap 
32 Warren 
42 Milk 

54 Winch 

55 Forest 

63 Walton 

Pitts, from Jerry to Phelps, 
waul 6 

Pleasant, from 10 Crescent to 
13 High, ward 4 
12 Goodwin 
87 Spring 
164 Davis 
Plymouth, from 40 Daniels 
westerly to Columbus exten- 
sion, ward 2 

32 Woodland 

64 Clarendon 
Oak Hill road 

Poplar, from 395 Summer opp. 
fair grounds southerly to Inter- 
vale, ward 6 

Port In iid, from 52 Nashua to 57 
Granite, ward 1 

Pratt, from 230 Beech south- 
easterly to Harugarl, ward 2 
King 

Frankfort 
Pi-mi Road, from 255 Roll- 
Btone to 260 Oak lllll rd, ward 2 

Hazel 
101 Harugarl 
192 King 
218 Beech 
304 Clarendon 
361 Ed wards 
385 Madison 

Prenttu Alley, from 47 Acad- 
emy easterly, ward 3 



Prescott, from Wilmot easterly 
to 25 Boutelle, ward 6 
Lawrence 
Howard 
Prichard, from 198 Main north- 
westerly to 63 Academy, ward 4 
6 Crescent 
29 Elm 
69 Adams 
91 Oliver 
100 Spring 
111 Fox 
127 Hartwell 
143 Church 
155 Grove 
j 185 Central 

Prince, from 60 Prospect west- 
erly to 51 School, ward 3 
Prospect, from junction Main 
and Mechanic northerly to Flat 
Rock road, ward 3 
26 Arlington 

60 Prince 
104 View 

B urban k 
Caldwell 
Putnam, from 245 Main south- 
erly to 67 Laurel, ward 1 
Railroad, from 41 First south- 
erly to 24 Fourth, ward 6 

19 Second 
45 Third 

Railroad Sq., at junction Wa- 
ter, Main and Depot sq., ward 6 
Randolph, from Clarendon to 

Madison, ward 2 
Read, easterly from 36 West, 

ward 3 
Redman, from 166 Lunenburg 

northerly, ward 6 
Richmond, from Berkley west- 
erly, ward 4 
Rindge, from Blossom exten- 
sion southerly, ward 4 
River, from 501 Main westerly to 
Westminster and Ashburnham 
streets, wards 2 and 3 
72 Circle 
110 Kimball pi 
269 Sheldon 
370 Kimball 
378 Fairraount 
861West 

580 Oak Hill road 
891 Kimball road 
933 Eaton 
1023 Norwood 
Rockland, from 38 Federal 

southerly to Huron, ward 2 
Rollstone, from 399 Main 
southerly to junction of Roll- 
stone and Franklin roads, wards 
1 and 2 

17 Baker 

61 Barton 

66 Franklin 

67 Kimball 
136 Charles 
168 Laurel 
232 Pine 
235 Tuttle 
255 Pratt road 

804 Mt. El am road 
Russell, from 18 Ashburnham 

ro Tremonr, W. F., ward 3 
Snlem, from 30 Granite to 50 
Heywood, ward 1 
Spruce 
Birch 
Sanborn, from 186 Westminster, 
opp engine house, northerly to 
277 Ashburnham, W. F., ward 3 
6 Vernon 

20 Vernon court 
31 Slmonds road 
94 Temple 

206 Westminster Hill road 
238 Phillips 
.School, from 492 Main northerly 
to 51 Prince, ward 3 
26 Arlington 
Second, from 190 Water to 19 
Railroad, ward 6 

9 Water Street lane 
20 Middle 
30 Middle Street lane 



Sheldon, from 59 West south- 
erly to 269 River, ward 3 
Sheridan, from N. Y., N. H. & 

H. R. R. to Canal, ward 6 
Si m on ds, from 11 Marshall to 
140 Mt. Vernon, ward 4 
6 Davis 

Nutting 
80 Taf t 
Smith, from Doane southeast- 
erly, ward 6 
30 Cane 
Snow, from 84 Main to 33 Pearl, 
ward 5 

38 Cherry 
56 Union 
86 Green 
Waverly 
Wood 
South, from 44 Laurel southerly 
to Leominster line, ward 1 
27 Cross 
41 Walnut 
44 Payson 
61 Allston pi 
64 Nashua 
79 Charles 
109 O i is 
131 Pine 
190 Everett 
Heywood 
Wanoosnoc road 
Sprague, from Temple wester- 
ly to 121 Phillips, W. F., ward 3 
Spring, from 100 Prichard to 81 
Mt. Globe, ward 4 
8 Academy 
18 Pleasant 
Spruce, from 219 Water westerly 
ward 1 

12 Hall 
34 Salem 
St. Bernard, from 200 Summer 
to Catholic cemetery, ward 6 
Boutelle 
Summer, from 2 Main south- 
easterly to Lunenburg line, 
ward 6 

2 Lunenburg 
16 Holt 

26 Joslln place 
34 Winter 
50 Beacon 
81 Bluff av 
116 Goodrich 
133 Harvard 
153 Maverick 
183 Cane 
200 St. Bernard 
207 Matthews 
219 Hancock 
. 226 Boutelle 
237 Clyde 
291 Bemls 
395 Poplar 
Summit, from Berry easterly, 
ward 6 

44 Linwood 
66 Perkins 
98 Garland 
Taf t, from Spring junction Mt. 

Globe to 80 Simonds, ward 4 
Temple, from Westminster 
northerly to 94 Sanborn, W. F. 
ward 3 

Vernon 
Institute 
m Sprague 

Terrace Place, from 655 West- 
minster Hill rd southerly, ward 3 
Third, from 216 Water, ward 6 
8 Water Street lane 
18 Middle 

28 Middle Street lane 

38 Railroad 

Thorndike, from Montrose 

easterly (Pleasant View Park), 

ward 6 

Townsend, fr'm 162 Lunenburg 

northeasterly to Pearl, ward 6 
Tremont, from 126 Ashburn- 
ham northeasterly to Russell, 
W. F., ward 3 

T little, from 233 Rollstone to 
Hazel, ward 2 

Union, fr.67 Blossom to 56 Snow, 



ward 



12 Day 



PUBLIC ROADS. 



1 1 



U phani, crossing Jackson av, 

ward 6 
Upland Road, from 231 Blos- 
som easterly to Gardner road, 
ward 4 

Longwood av 
Upton, from 302 Blossom west 

to 167 Mt. Vernon, ward 4 
Vernon, from 6 Sanborn wester- 
ly, W. F.. ward 3 

18 Vernon court 
34 Temple 
56 Cottage 
Vernon Court, from 18 Ver- 
non, W.F., ward 3 
View, from 104 Prospect west- 
erly, ward 3 
Bond 
Vine, from 44 Grove westerly to 

47 Central, ward 3 
Wachusett, from Westminster 

westerly, W. F., ward 2 
Wall, from 186 Beech to Frank- 
fort, ward 2 
Wallace, from River near West 
to River near Kimball rd.W. F. 
Walnut, from 143 Water to 41 
South, ward 1 
36 Payson 
Walton, from 160 Laurel south- 
erly to Mt. Elam road, wards 1 
and 2 

Charles 
Williams 
66 Pine 
Warren, from32 Pine southerly 

ward 1 
Washington, from 30 Nashua 
southerly to 39 Granite, ward 1 



Water, from 115 Main south- 
easterly to Leominster line, 
wards 1 and 6 

80 Crocker 
143 Walnut 
151 Nashua 
166 First 
190 Second 
195 Granite 
207 Babbitt court 
216 Third 
219 Spruce 
240 Fourth 
257 Bovle court 
262 Fifth 
273 Birch 
301 Burnett 
383 Newton 
472 Duck Mill road 
Bemis 

Wanoosnocroad 
599 Abbott av 
723 Carey 
Water Street Lane, from 9 
Second to 10 Fourth, ward 6 
26 Third 
Waverly, from 104 Snow west- 
erly, ward 5 
Wesleyan PI., from 409 Main 

southwesterly, ward 2 
West, from Main, junction Ash- 
burnham Hill road, to Wallace, 
ward 3 

36 Read 
59 Sheldon 

Westminster Hill road 
Westminster, from junction 
River and Ashburnham, W. F., 
southwesterly to Westminster 
line, wards 2 and 3 
41 Depot 
136 Simonas road 



186 Sanborn 
Temple 
Wachusett 
Cascade 
Princeton road 
Weymouth, from 204 Blossom 

westerly, ward 4 
Whittemore, from 250 Me- 
chanic beyond BlosBom north- 
westerly, ward 3 
William, from 55 Forest to 

Walton, ward 2 
Willow, from 26 Main north- 
erly to 95 Green, ward 5 
25 Morris 
Wilmot, from 89 Lunenburg 

southerly to Prescott, ward 6 
Winch, from 54 Pine southerly, 

ward 1 
Winter, from 34 Summer to 43 
Boutelle, ward 6 
18 Oak 
55 Lawrence 
63 Harrison av 
Winthrop, from 114 Laurel to 
31 Milk, wards land 2 
3 Brigham 
14 Forest 

Winthrop Court, off 40 Milk, 
ward 1 

Wood, from 130 Snow westerly 

to 9 Pearl, ward 5 
Woodland, from Fairmount 

westerly and southerly to 

Daniels, ward 2 

Columbus 

Wood PI., from 327 Main south- 
erly, ward 2 

Worcester, from 6 Nashua to 
23 Granite, ward 1 



PUBLIC ROADS. 



Alpine Road, from Westmin- 
ster Hill road northwesterly to 
Mclntire road 

Ashburnham Hill Road, 
from Main junction West north- 
westerly to Westminster line 

Ashby Road, from junction of 
Mechanic St., Rindge and Fisher 
roads, northerly to Ashby line 

Ashby West Road, from 
Ashburnham Hill road norther- 
ly to Ashby line 

Babcock Road, from Ashby 
west road westerly to the Gib- 
son place 

Billings Road, from Richard- 
son road northwesterly 

Caswell Road,from Ashburn- 
ham hill road northerly to Ash- 
by line 

Damon Road, from Mt. Elam 
road southeasterly to Turnpike 

Farwell Road, from Roll- 
stone road westerly to Franklin 
road 

Fisher Road, from junction 
of Mechanic St., Rindge and 
Ashby roads, northerly to Pearl 
Hill road 

Flat Rock Road, from Pros- 
pect st. northwesterly to Scott 
road 

Franklin Road, from junc- 
tion of Rollstone st. and Roll- 
stone road westerly and south- 
erly to Turnpike 

Gibson Road, from Fisher 
road northerly to the Simeon 
Gibson place 

High Rock Road, from junc- 
tion of Fisher and Richardson 
roads, northerly to Ashby road 



High Rock Branch, from 
Pearl Hill road northwesterly 
to High Rock road 

Kendall Road, from Pearl 
Hill road northerly to Levi Ken- 
dall place 

Kimball Road, from 891 River 
st., W. F., northerly to West- 
minster Hill road 

Kinsman Road, from Rich- 
ardson road easterly, across 
Ashby road to High Rock road 

Marshall Road, from Lunen- 
burg Hill road northerly to 
Pearl Hill road 

Mclntire Road, from Ash- 
burnham st., W. F., northerly 
to Williams road 

Mt. Elam Road, from 304 
Rollstone st. southerly to 
Leominster road 

North Branch Turnpike, 

from Westminster, W. F., north- 
westerly to Westminster line 

Oak Hill Road, from 580 

River st., southerly to Turnpike 

Old Sawmill Road, W. F., 

from Turnpike southwesterly 
to South County road, ward 2 

Pearl Hill Road, from junc- 
tion Pacinc and Lincoln north- 
erly to Ashby line 

Princeton Road, from West- 
minster river road, at Crocker- 
ville, southerly to Princeton line 

Richardson Road, from 
junction of Fisher and High 
Rock roads northwesterly and 
northerly to Ashby line 



Rindge Road, from junction 
Mechanic St., Fisher and Ashby 
rds northwesterly to Ashby line 

Rollstone Road, from junc- 
tion Rollstone st. and Franklin 
road southerly to Turnpike 

Sawtell Road, from South 
County road southwesterly 

Scott Road, from Richardson 
road westerly to Ashburnham 
Hill road 

Shattuck Road, from Ashby 
west road east to Rindge road 

Sheldon Road, from Williams 
road west to the Sheldon place 

Simon ds Road, from 136 West- 
minster westerly to 31 Sanborn 

South County Road, from 
old turnpike westerly to West- 
minster line 

Stickney Road, from Ash- 
burnham street, W. F., north- 
erly to Sheldon road 

Thurston Road, from Ashby 
west road northerly 

Turnpike, W. F., from Leomin- 
ster line westerly to Westmin- 
ster line 

Wanoosnoc Road, from Wa- 
ter st. southwesterly to Turnpike 

Westminster Hill Road, 

from West st. opposite Star 
Worsted Mill southwesterly to 
Westminster line 

Whitney Road, from Frank- 
lin road easterly 

Williams Road, from Ash- 
burnham Hill road northwest- 
erly to the same road 



12 



WARDS, BLOCKS AND HALLS. 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



WARD I. 

Beginning at the junction of Main and Putnam 
streets, thence through Main street to Water 
street, thence through Water street to Leominster 
line, thence on said line to Mt. Elam road, thence 
through Mt. Elam road and Rollstone street to 
Pine street, thence through Pine street to Forest 
street, thence through Forest street to Laurel 
street, thence through Laurel street to Putnam 
street, thence through Putnam street to Main 
street, the place of beginning. 

WARD II. 

Beginning at the junction of Main and Putnam 
streets, thence through Putnam, Laurel, Forest, 
Pine and Rollstone streets to Mt. Elam road, 
thence through said road to Leominster line, 
thence on Leominster and Westminster lines to a 
point at the Junction of Westminster Hill road 
with said Westminster line, thence In a straight 
line to the Junction of Temple and Westminster 
streets, thence through Westminster, River and 
Main streets to Putnam street, the place of be- 
ginning. 

WARD III. 

Beginning at the junction of Main and Academy 
streets, thence through Academy street to the 
center of High street, thence through High street 
to Mechanic street, thence through Mechanic 
street and Ashby road to Ashby line, thence on 
said line, Ashburnham and Westminster lines to 
the junction of Westminster Hill road with said 
Westminster line, thence in a straight line to 
the junction of Temple and Westminster streets, 
thence through Westminster, River and Main 
streets to Academy street, the place of beginning. 

WARD IV. 

Beginning at the junction of Main and Academy 
streets, thence through Academy street to the 



center of High street, thence through High street 
to Mechanic street, thence through Mechanic 
street and Ashby road to Ashby line, thence on 
Ashby line to the center of Pearl Hill road, thence 
through said road to the center of Baker's brook, 
near J. P. Putnam's saw mill, thence through 
North street to Pearl street, thence through Pearl 
street to Wood street, thence in a straight line to 
the junction of Day and Green streets, thence 
through Day street to Main street, thence through 
Main street to Academy street, the place of be- 
ginning. 

WARD V. 

Beginning at the junction of Main and Day 
streets, thence through the center of Day street 
to the junction of Day and Green streets, thence 
In a straight line to the junction of pearl and 
Wood streets, thence through the center of Pearl 
street to North street, thence through North 
street to the center of Pearl Hill road at ita 
crossing with Baker's brook, near J. P. Putnam's 
saw mill, thence southerly through Pearl Hill road 
to Lincoln street, thence through Lincoln street 
to Lunenburg street, thence through Lunenburg 
and Main streets to Day street, the place of be- 
ginning. 

WARD VI. 

Beginning at the junction of Main and Water 
streets, thence through Water street to Leomin- 
ster line, thence on Leominster, Lunenburg and 
Ashby lines to the center of Pearl Hill road,, 
thence through Pearl Hill road to Lincoln street, 
thence through Lincoln street to Lunenburg 
street, thence through Lunenburg and Main streets 
to Water street, the place of beginning. 

The center lines of all streets and roads named 
are hereby made the dividing lines between the 
different wards. 



BLOCKS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 



American House Block, junction 

Main, Water and Blossom 
Eelding Block.153,155 and 157 Main 
Cary's Block, 501 to 507 Main 
Central Block, 319 to 351 Main 
City Hall Building, 345 Main 
Coggshall & Carpenter's Block, 

158 to 164 Main 
Crocker Bl'k, 232, 234 and 236 Main 
Crocker's New Blk. 117 Main and 

3 to 21 Water 
Cushlng's Block, 22 Laurel 
Cutler's Block, 233 to 235 Main 
Dickinson's Block, 141, 143 and 145 

and 147 Main 



FitchburgH otel Blk,365 to 375M ain 
Fitchburg Savings Bank Block, 

348 to 356 Main 
Freeman's Block, 28 to 46 Main 
Goodrich Block, from 12 to 34 Day 
Hatch's Block, corner Main and 

Prichard 
Holgate's Block. 164 and 166 Main 
Iver Johnson Block, 247 to 257 

Main 
Park Building, Main cor. Water 
Phcentx The, 372 to 376 Main 
Post Office Bdg, 232 and 236 Main 
Real Estate Association Block, 

1 to 9 Main 



Rollstone Bank ^Block, 127 to 131 
Main fc-^ ■— ^ 

Safety Fund National Bank- 
Building, 223 to 229 Main 

Stiles' Block, 355 to 357 Main 

Torrey & Woods Block, 358 to 364 
Main 

Twichell's Block, 244 to 248 Main 

Union Block, Day 

Wachusett Bank Building, Main 
and Day 

Wallace Building, 383 to 389 Main 

Wallace Library and Art Build- 
ing, 287 to 291 Main 

Whitney's Bldg, 210 to 216 Main 

Wixon Block, 239 to 245 Main 



Alfredlan Hall, 157 Ashburn- 
ham, W. F. 
Armory, 18 Church 
Armory Hall, 155 Main 
Beldlng Hall, IBS Main 
Berean Hull. 22 Laurel 
City Hall, 345 Main 
Crocker's Hall, 423 Main 
Cushlng's Hall, 22 Laurel 
Grand Army Hall, 129 Main 
Harmonle Hall, 92 Lelghton 



HALLS. 

Hibernian |Hall, 104 Westminster, 

W. F. 
Knights of Columbus Hall, 125 

Main 
Knights of Honor Hall. 246 Main 
Masonic Hall, Fitchburg Bank 

Block. 352 Main 
Music Hall, 208 Main 
North Street Hall, 39 North 
Odd Fellows' Hall, Rollstone 

Bank Block, 129 Main 



Park Club Hall, 294 Main 

Pythian Hall, Crocker's Block, 
234 Main 

Red Men's Hall, 22 Laurel 

Safety Fund National Bank Hall, 
229 Main 

Salvation Army Barracks, 6 Put- 
nam 

St. Joseph Hall, 44 Fairmount 

Wallace Hall, 387 Main 

Whitney's Opera House. 208 Main 



THE PRICE & LEE COMPANY 

PUBLISH DIRECTORIES OF FIFTY CITIES AND TOWNS 



CENSUS TABLES. 



POPULATION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Counties, Cities, and 
Towns. 



BARNSTABLE. 



Barnstable, .... 

Bourne, 1 

Brewster, 

Chatham, 

Dennis, 

Eastnam, 2, 

Falmouth, 3, . . . 

Harwich, 

Mash pee, 3, 

Orleans, 

Provincetown, . 
Sandwich, 1,... 

Truro, 

Wellfleet, 2, 

Yarmouth, 



BERKSHIRE. 



Adams 

Alford 

Becket, 

Cheshire 

Clarksburg 

Dalton, 

Egremont, 

Florida, 

Great Barrington, . . . 

Hancock 

Hinsdale, 

Lanesborough 

Lee 

Lenox 

Monterey, 

Mount "Washington,. 

NewAshford, 

New Marlborough,.. 

North Adams, 

Otis, 

Peru, 

Pittsfield, 4, 

Wardl 



Ward: 

Ward3 

Ward* 

Ward5 

Ward6 

Ward7 

Richmond, 

Sandisneld, 

Savoy, 

Sheffield, 

Stockbridge, 

Tyringham, 

"Washington 

"West Stockbridge, 

"Williamstown, 

Windsor, 



State 
Census 
1895 



U. S. 
Census 
1890 



27,654 29,172 



4,055 
1,580 

901 
1,809 
2,545 

476 
2,655 
2,532 

330 
1,198 
4,555 
1,580 

815 

968 
1,655 

86,292 

7,837 

280 

888 

1,176 

1,009 

3,210 

836 

425 

4,794 

511 

1,650 

848 

4,066 

2,872 

464 

136l 

116 

1,288 

19,135 

518 

305 

20,461 

2,836 

3,526 

2,625 

2,780 

2,687 

3,474 

2,533 

701 

802 

504 

1,897 

2,077 

363 

423 

1,257 

4,887 

556 



4,023 
1,442 
1,003 
1,954 
2,899 

602 
2,567 
2,734 

298 
1,219 
4,642 
1,819 

919 
1,291 
1,760 

81,108 

9,213 

297 

946 

1,308 

884 

2,885 

845 

436 

4,612 

506 

1,739 

1,018 

3,785 

2,889 

495 

148 

125 

1,305 

16,074 

583 

305 

17,281 

2,502 

2,477 

2,549 

2,478 

2,151 

2,800 

2,324 

796 

807 

569 

1,954 

2,132 

412 

434 

1,492 

4,221 

612 



U.S. 

Census 
1880 



BRISTOL. 



219,019 186,465 



Acushnet 

Attleborough, 5, 

Berkley, 

Dartmouth, 6, . . , 

Dighton, 

Easton, 

Pair haven, 



1,115 
8,288 
955 
3,107 
1,797 
4,452 
3,338 
PallRiver 89,203 



Freetown, 
Mansfield, ......... 

New Bedford, 6, . . 
North Attleboro, 

Norton, 

Raynham, 



1,405 
3,722j 
55,251 
6,576 
1,614 
1,518 



1,027 
7,577 
894 
3,122 
1,889 
4,493 
2,919 

74,398 
1,417 
3,432 

40,733 
6,727 
1,785 
1,340 



31,897 
4,242 



1,144 
2,250 
3,288 

692 
2,422 
3,265 

346 
1,294 
4,346 
3,543 
1,017 
1,875 
2,173 

69,032 

5,591 

348 

1,123 

1,537 

724 

2,052 

875 

459 

4,653 

642 

1,595 

1,286 

3,939 

2,043 

635 

205 

203 

1,876 

10,191 

785 

403 

13,364 



Counties, Cities, and 
Towns. 



BRISTOL-Con. 

Rehohoth, 

Seekonk, 

Somerset, , 

Swansea, 

Taunton, 

Westport, 



DUKES. 

Chilmark, 

Cottage City, . 
Edgartown, 

G-ay Head, 

Gosnold, 

Tisbury, 

West Tisbury, 

ESSEX. 

Amesbury, 7... 

Andover, 

Beverly, 

Boxford, 

Bradford, 

Danvers, 



1,124 
1,107 

715 
2,204 
2,357 

542 

493 
1,923 
3,394 

644 

139,040 

1,105 

11,111 

927 

3,430 

1,791 

3,902 

2,875 

48,961 

1,329 

2,765 

26,845 

1,681 



Georgetown, 

Gloucester, 

Gro veland, 

Hamilton, 

Haverhill, 

Ipswich, 

Lawrence, 

Lynn, 

Lynnfield 

Manchester, — 

Marblehead, 

Merrimac, 

Methuen,. 

Middleton, 

Nahant, 

Newbury, 

Newburyport, . . 
North Andover, 

Peabody 

Rockport, 

Rowley, 

Salem, 

Salisbury, 7, 

Saugus, 

Swampscott, — 

Topsfield, 

Wenham, 

West Newbury, 



FRANKLIN. 



Ashfield, 

Bernardston, 8, 
Buckland, ....... 

Charlemont, — 

Colrain 

Conway, 

Deerfield, 

Erving, 

Gill, 

Greenfield, 

Hawley, 

Heath, 

Leverett, 

Leyden, 8, 

Monroe, 

Montague, ...... 

New Salem, 

Northfield, 

Orange, 



State 


U.S. 


Census 




1895 


1890 


1,810 


1,786 


1,465 


1,317 


1,983 


2,106 


1,62T 


1,456 


27,115 


25,448 


2,678 


2,599 


4,238 


4,369 


304 


353 


1,038 


1,080 


1,125 


1,156 


169 


139 


140 


135 


1,002 


1,506 


460 




330,393 


299,995 


9,986 


9,798 


6,145 


6,142 


11,806 


10,821 


727 


865 


4,736 


3,720 


8,181 


7,454 


1,587 


1,713 


2,050 


2,117 


28,211 


24,651 


2,333 


2,191 


1,356 


961 


30,209 


27,412 


4,720 


4,439 


52,164 


44,654 


62,354 


55,727 


818 


787 


1,876 


1,789 


7,671 


8,202 


2,301 


2,633 


5,690 


4,814 


838 


924 


865 


880 


1,489 


1,427 


14,552 


13,947 


3,569 


3,742 


10,507 


10,158 


5,289 


4,087 


1,272 


1,248; 


34,473 


30,801 


1,300 


1,316 


4,497 


3,673 


3,259 


3,198! 


1,033 


1,022 


886 


886 


1,643 


1,796 


40,145 


38,610 ! 


1,013 


1,025 


778 


770 


1,548 


1,570 


1,041 


972| 


1,610 


1,671 


1.304 


1,451 


3,007 


2,910 


964 


972 


1,082 
6,229 


960 


5,252 


468 


515 


476 


503 


744 


702; 


363 


407 


298 


282 


6,058 


6,296 


869 


856 


1,851 


1,869 


5,361 


4,568 



u. s. 

Census 
1880 



1,891 
1,227 
2,006 
1,355 
21,213 
2,894 

4,300 

494 
672 

1,303 
161 
152 

1,518 



3,355 
5,169 
8,456 
824 
2,643 
6,598 
1,670 
2,231 

19,329 

2,237 

935 

18,472 
3,699 

39,151 

38,274 
686 
1,640 
7,467 
2,237 
4,392 
1,000 
808 
1,566 

13,538 
3,217 
9,028 
3,9 12 
1,201 

27,563 
4,079 
2,625 
2,500 
1,165 



36,001 

1,066 

934 

1,739 

932 

1,777 

1,760 

3,543 

872 

733 

3,903 

592 

560 

742 

507 

166 

4,875 

869 

1,603 

3,169 



1. The town of Bourne was set off from the town of Sandwich, April 2, 1884. 

2. Boundary line established between Fastham and Wellfleet, May 6, 1887. 

3. Boundary line established between Falmouth and Mashpee, June 18, 1885. 
L Became a city, January 1, 1891. 

5. The town of North Attleborough was set off from the town of Attleborough, .June 14, 188/. 

«. Boundary line between Dartmouth and New Bedford changed and a part of Dartmouth annexed to New 

** Bedford, May 3, 1888. 
7. Part of Salisbury annexed to Amesbury, June 16, 1886. 
«. Part of Leyden annexed to Bernardston, May 7 , 1886. 



population of Massachusetts — Continued. 



Counties, Cities, and 
Towns. 



State 
Census 
1895 



U.S. 
Census 
1890 



FRANKLIN- 

Rowe 

Shelburne, 

Shutesbury, 
Sunderland, ... 

Warwick 

"Wendell, 

"Whately, 



498 541 502 

1,560 1,533 1,621 

444 453 529 

696 663 755 

599 565i 713 

529 505 465 

755 779 1,074 



HAMPDEN. 



Agra-warn, 

Blanclforcl, 

Brimfleld 

Chester 

Chicopee, 9 

East Longmeadow, 

Granville, 

Hampden, 

Holland 

Holyoke, 

Ward l, 

Ward 2, 

Ward 3, 

Ward i, 

Ward 5, 

Ward 6, 

Ward 7 

Longrmeadow 

Ludlow, 

Monson, 

Montgromery 

Palmer, 

Russell 

South wick, 

Spring-field, 

Ward 1 

Ward 2, 

Ward 8 

Ward 4 

Ward 5, 

Ward 6 

Ward 7, 

Ward 8, 

Tolland 

Wales 

Westfield, 

West Springfield, . . . 
Wilbraham, 

''HAMPSHIRE. 

Amherst 

Belchertown, 

Chesterfield, 

Cummington, 

Easth ampton , 

Enfield , 

Goshen 

Granby, 

Green wich, 

Hadley, 

Hatfield 

Huntington, 

Middlefield 

Northampton 

Ward l 



Ward 

Ward 8, 

Ward I 

Ward B 

Ward 

Ward 7 

Pelham , 

Plainfield, 

Prescott, 

Southampton, 
South Hadley, 

Ware. 

Westhampton, 
Williamsburg:, 
Worthingrton,. 



152,938 

2,408 

849 

962 

1,429 

16,420 

1,591 

1,005 

743 

199 

40,322 

6,014 

8,858 

5,023 

6,781 

3,579 

5,698 

4,369 

620 

2,562 

3,746 

275 

6,858 

846 

961 

51,522 

6,899 

7,898 

6,197 

6,209 

6,426 

6,153 

4,650 

7,090 

309 

783 

10,663 

6,125 

1 ,740 

54,710 

4,785 

2,161 

589 

750 

4,790 

990 

304 

748 

481 

1,704 

1,262 

1,450 

386 

16,746 

2,170 

3,244 

2,872 

2,488 

2,136 

1,903 

1,933 

486 

450 

401 

1,054 

4,443 

7,651 

476 

1.955 

648 



135, 
2, 

1, 

1, 

14, 



713 104,142 
352 2,216 



871 
096 
295 
050 



061 
831 
201 
637 1 
346 
145 
085 
614 
052 
227 
168 
183 
939 
650 
266 
520 
879 
914 
179 
075 
265 
055 
368 
901 
646 
391 
478 
393 
700 
805 
077 
814 



51,859 

4,512 

2.120 

608 

787 

4,395 

952 

297 

765 

526 

1,669 

1,246 

1,385 

455| 

14,990 

2,059 

2,085 

3,429 

2,350 

2,227 

1.855 

1,985 

486 

435 

376 

1,017 

4,261 

7,329 

477 

2,057 

714 



979 

1,203 

1,473 

11,286 

1,205 

*» 958 
u 302 
21,915 
2,714 
2,931 
3,118 
4,706 
3,514 
3,247 
1,685 
1,401 
l,526j 
3,758! 
303 
5,504 
823 
1,104 
33,340 
8,1311 
3,959. 
4,481! 
4,050! 
5,651 
2,466! 
1,679 
2,923! 
452, 
1,030 
7,587! 
4,149, 
1,628 

47,232, 

4,298 

2,346 

769 

881 

4,206 

1,043 

327 

753 

633 

1,938 

1,495 

1,236 

648 

12,172 



Counties, Cities, and 
Towns. 



MIDDLESEX. 

Acton, 

Arlington, 

Ashby, 

Ashland 

Ayer, 

Bedford, 

Belmont 

Billerica 

Boxborough, 11 

Burlington, 

Cambridge, 12 

Carlisle, 

Chelmsford, 

Concord, 

Dracut, 

Dunstable, 

Everett, 

Framingham, 

Groton, 

Holliston, 

Hopkinton, 

Hudson, 

Lexington, 

Lincoln 

Littleton, 11 

iLowell, 13 

Maiden, 

Marlborough, 14... 

Maynard, 

Medford, 

Melrose,. , 

Natick, 

Newton, 

North Reading,.. 

'Pepperell, 

[Reading, 

Sherborn, 

Shirley, 

Somerville 

Stoneham, 15 

Stow, 

Sudbury, 

Te wksbury, 13 

Townsend, 

Tyngsborough, . . . 

Wakefield, 

Waltham, 

Water town, 12 

Wayland, 

Westford, 

Weston, 

Wilmington, 

Winchester 

IWoburn, 10 



State 
Census 
1895 



NANTUCKET. 

Nantucket, 



614 

457 

460 

1,046 

3.538 

4,817 

563 

2,234 

758 



' J NORFOLK. 

I Avon, 17 

iBellingham, 

Braintree, 

Brookline, 18.... 

[Canton, 

Cohasset, 

Dedham, 

Dover, 

Foxborough, 

Franklin 

Holbrook, 

Hyde Park, 

Medfield,. 

Med way, 19 

Millis, 19 

Milton, 20 

Needham, 21 

Norfolk 

Norwood, 



499, 

1, 

6 

2. 
2, 
1, 
2 



81, 



217 
978 
515 
804 
090 
lOl 
169 
843 
577 
307 
574 
643 
492 
162 
175 
443 
400 
573 
512 
192 
718 



u. s. u. s. 

Census Census 
1890 1880 



134, 
1, 
1, 
5, 
16. 
4, 
2, 
7, 

3, 
5, 
2, 
11. 
1, 
2. 
1, 
5! 
3 



.111 
,136 
,367 
,708 
,977 
,090 
,474 
,965 
,814 
,590 

835 
,321 
,717 
,446 
,399 
,200 
,284 

920 
,141 
,379 
,780 

635 
,304 
,876 
,788 
,026 
,418 
,710 
,420 
,150 
,178 

,016 
,016 

819 



431, 

1, 



70 

2 
4, 

1 

11 
9, 
2 
2 
4 
4 
3, 

1, 
77 : 
23 
13 

2 
11 

8 

9 
24 

3 
4 

1 

1 

40 

6 



167 317,830 
897 1,797 



481 
311 
164 
636 
474 
211 
668 
219 
136 



872 
913 
006 
518 
511 
882 
574 



825 
532 
148 
092 
098 
380 
325 
617 
028 
481 
695 
427 
996 
416 
068 
239 
057 
619 
088 
670 
197 
987 
025 
696 
031 
805 
700 
079 
519 
118 
379 
874 
127 
088 
381 
191 
152 
155 
903 
197 
515 
750 
662 
982 
707 
073 
060 
250 
664 
213 
861 



268 



3 

3,268 

118,950 
1,384 
1,334 
4,848 
12,103 
4,538 
2,448 
7,123 

727 
2,933 
4,831 
2,474 
10,193 
1,493 
2,985l 

786 
4,278 
3,035 

913 
3,733 



4,100 

914 
2,394 
1,881 

931 
1,615 
2,000 

319 

711 
52,669 

478 
2,553 
3,922 
1,595 

453 
4,159 
6,235 
1,862 
3,098 
4,601 
3,739 
2,460 

907 

994 

59,475 

12,017 

10,127 

2,291 

7,573 

4,560 

8,479 

16,995 

900 
2,348 
3,181 
1,401 
1,365 
24,933 
4,890 
1,045 
1,178 
2,179 
1,967 

631 
5,547 
11,712 
5,426 
1,962 
2,147 
1,448 

933 

3,802 

10,931 

S 3,727 
3,727 

96,507 

1,223 
3,855 
8,057 
4,516 
2,182 
6,233 
653 
2,950 
4,051 
2,130 
7,088 
1,371 
3,956 



3,206 

5,252 

930 

2,345 



Became a city, January 1, 1891. 

Part of Longmeadow annexed to Springfield, June 2, 1890. 

Boundary line established between Boxborough and Littleton, April 30,1890. 

Part of watertoM o annexed to Cambridge, March 10, 1886. 

Part of Tewksbury annexed to Lowell, May 17, 1SSS. 

Became* city, January 1, 1801. 

Part of Btonebam annexed to Wakefield, March 13, 1889. 

Became ■ city, January 1, 1889. 

The town of Avon was set oil" from the town of StOUghton, February 21, 1888. Parts of Holbrook and Ran- 

• doiph annexed to aron, April 16, 1889. 
Boundary line between Brookline and city of Boston, changed and established, May 27, 1890. 
The town of Millis was set oil" from the town of Medway. February 21, 1885. 

Boundary line established between Milton and Qulncv, April it;, 1885. 

The town Of Wellesley was set off from the town of Needham, April 6,1881. Became a city, January 1, 1888^ 



population of Massachusetts — Continued. 



Counties, Cities, and 

Towns. 



NORFOLK- 
Quincy, 20, 21... 
Randolph, 17,.. 

Sharon 

Stoughton, 17,. 

Walpole, 

Wellesley, 21,.. 

Weymouth 

Wrentham, 



PLYMOUTH. 

Abington, 

Bridge-water, 

Brockton, 

Carver, 

Duxbury , 

East Bridgewater, . . 

Halifax, 

Hanover, 22 

Hanson, 

Hingham, 

Hull, 

Kingston 

Lakeville 

Marion, 23, 

Marshfield, 

Mattapoisett, 

Middleborough, 

Norwell, 

Pembroke, 22, 

Plymouth 

Plympton 

Rochester, 

Rockland 

Scituate 

Wareham, 

West Bridge-water, . 
Whitman, 24, 



SUFFOLK. 

Boston, 18, 

Chelsea, 

Revere, , — 

Winthrop,.... 



WORCESTER. 

Asburnham, 

Athol, 

Auburn, 

Barre, 

Berlin, 

Blackstone, 

Bolton, 

Boylston, 

Brookfield, 



State 
Census 
1895 



20, 
3, 
1, 
5, 
2, 
4, 

11, 
2, 

101, 
4, 

4, 
33, 
1, 
1, 
2, 

2, 
1, 
4, 
1, 
1, 



712 
694 
717 
272 
994 
229 
291 
584 



165 
016 



306. 
2 



497 
,051 
,380 
,819 
,044 
,746 

870 

759 
,760 
,032 
,689 
,540 
,223 
,957 

549 
,021 
,523 
,246 
,367 
,747 
,744 

,799 
,920 
,264 
,423 
,192 

445 
148 
364 
598 

278 
897 
039 
797 
729 
279 



U.S. 
Census 
1890 



16,723 
3,946 
1,634 
4,852 
2,604 
3,600 

10,866 
2,566 

92,700 

4,260 

4,249 

27,294 

994 
1,908 
2,911 

562 
2,093 
1,267 
4,564 

989 
1,659 

935 

871 
1,713 
1,148 
6,065 
1,635 
1,320 
7,314 

597 
1,012 
5,213 
2,318 
3,451 
1,917 
4,441 

484,780 

448,477 

27,909 

5,668 

2,726 

280,787 
2,074 
6,319 
1,532 



U.S. 
Census 
1880 



570 

027 



875 
494 



Counties, Cities, and 
Towns. 



884 
6,138 

827 

770 

3,352 



387, 

362, 

21, 

2 

1, 

226, 
1 
4 
1 
2 



,570 
,481 

018 
697 
620 
608 
039 
196 
710 
542 
897 
309 
485 
383 
524 
008 
958 
781 
365 
237 
820 
405 
093 
694 
043 
553 
466 
896 
665 
024 

927 
839 
782 
263 
043 



,307 
,317 
419 
977 
907 
903 
854 
820 



WORCESTER-Con. 

Charlton, 

Clinton, 

Dana, 

Douglas, 

Dudley, 

Fitchburg 

Ward 1, 

Ward 2 

"Ward 3 

Ward i 

Ward5 

Ward C, 

Gardner 

Grafton, 

Hard-wick, 

Harvard, 

Holden,. 

Hopedale, 25, 

Hubbardston 

Lancaster, 

Leicester, 

Leominster, 

Lunenburg, 

Mendon, 

Milford, 25, 

Millbury, 

New Braintree, 

North borough , 

North bridge, 

North Brookfield,... 

Oakham, 

Oxford 

Paxton, 

Petersham, 

Phillipston, 

Princeton, , 

Royalston, 

Rutland, 

Shrewsbury, 

Southborough 

Southbridge 

Spencer, 

Sterling, 

Stur bridge, 

Sutton, 

Templeton, 

Upton, 

Uxbridge, 

Warren, 

Webster 

Westborough, 

West Boylston, 

West Brookfield, 

Westminster, 

Winchendon, 

Worcester, 



State 


U.S. 


Census 


Census 


1895 


1890 

1,847 


1,877 


11,497 


10,424 


717 


700 


2,026 


1,908 


3,203 


2,944 


26,409 


22,037; 


4,376 


4,058 


6,510 


5,238 


4,299 


3,195 


3,214 


2,252 


3,350 


3,316l 


4,660 


3,978 


9,182 


8,424 


5,101 


5,002 


2,655 


2,922 


1,162 


1,095 


2,602 


2,623 


1,377 


1,176 


1,274 


1,346 


2,180 


2,201 


3,239 


3,120 


9,211 


7,269 


1,237 


1,146 


889 


919 


8,959 


8,780 


5,222 


4,428 


542 


573 


1,940 


1,952 


5,286 


4,603 


4,635 


3,871 


605 


738 


2,390 


2,616 


426 


445 


952 


1,050 


460 


502 


952 


982 


890 


1,030 


978 


980 


1,524 


1,449 


2,223 


2,114 


8,250 


7,655 


7,614 


8,747 


1,218 


1,244 


1,910 


2,074 


3,420 


3,180 


2,915 


2,999 


2,150 


1,878 


3,546 


3,408 


4,430 


4,681 


7,799 


7,031 


5,235 


5,195 


2,968 


3,019 


1,467 


1,592 


1,315 


1,688 


4.49C 


4,390 


98,767 


84,655 



u. s. 

Census 

1880 



1,900 
8,029 
736 
2,241 
2,803 
12,429 
2,438 
2,204 
2,028 
1,684 
1,868 
2,207 
4,988 
4,030 
2,233 
1,253 
2,499 



1,386 
2,C08 
2,779 
5,772 
1,101 
1,094 
9,310 
4,741 

610 
1,676 
4,053 
4,459 

869 
2,604 

592 
1,109 

621 
1,100 
1,192 
1,059 
1,500 
2,142 
6,464 
7,466 
1,414 
2,062 
3,105 
2,789 
2,023 
3,111 
3,889 
5,696 
5,214 
2,994 
1,917 
1,652 
3,722 
58,291 



RECAPITULATION. FOR THE STATE AND COUNTIES. 





Population. 


The State, and Counties. 


State Census 
1895 


U. S. Census 
1890 


U. S. Census 
1880 


THE STATE. 


2,500,183 

27,654 

86,292 

219,019 

4,238 

330,393 

40,145 
152,938 

54,710 
499,217 
3,016 
134,819 
101,498 
539,799 
306,445 


2,238,943 

29,172 

81,108 

186,465 

4,369 

299,995 

38,610 
135,713 

51,859 

431,167 

3,268 

118,950 

92,700 
484,780 
280,787 


1,783,085 

31,897 
69,032 






139,040 
4,300 






244 535 




36,001 

104, 142 

47,232 




Hampshire, 




317,830 




3,727 


Norfolk, 


96,507 




74,018 


Suffolk, 


387,927 




226,897 







22. Boundrv line established between Hanover and Pembroke, April 23, 1885. 

23. Name changed from South Scituate, by Act of February 27, 1888. Accepted by the town, March 5, 1888. 

24. Name changed from South Ablngton, by Act of March 5, 1886. Accepted by the town, May 3, 1886. 

25. The town of Hopedale was set off from the town of Milford, April 7, 1886. 



POPULATION OF CONNECTICUT. 



Counties, Cities, and Towns. 



HARTFORD. 

Avon 

Berlin 

Bloomfleld »• 

Bristol ............. 

Burlington... ...... ....... 

Canton ............. 

East Granby. 

East Hartford -■■ 

East Windsor... 

Enfield . ........... 

Farmington... ....< 

Glastonbury ■ 

Granby 

Hartford 

Hartland 

Manchester .... 

Marlborough..... 

New Britain 

Newington 

Plain ville........ 

Uocky Hill. 

Southington 

South Windsor... 

Suffield ••••< 

Simsbury . 

West Hartford.. 

Wethersfield 

Windsor 

Windsor Locks ...-.., • 

' NEW HAVEN. 

Ansonia - 

Beacon Falls 

Bethany 

Branford........ 

Cheshire — 

Derby, includ'g Birmingham, 

East Haven = 

Guilford.. 

Hamden ....00 

Madison 

Meriden 

Middlebury........ 

Milford 

Naugatuck 

New Haven 

North Branford 

North Haven 

Orange 

Oxford 

Prospect 

Seymour. 

Southbury 

Wallingford 

Waterbury 

Wolcott 

Woodbridge 

i ' MIDDLESEX. 

Chatham 

Chester 

Clinton 

Cromwell........... 

Durham 

East Haddam. 

Essex 

Haddam 

Killingworth 

Middlefield.. 

Middletown 

Old Saybrook 

Portland 

Saybrook 

Westbrook. ....... 

TOLLAND. 

Andover 

Bolton 

Columbia 

Coventry . 

Ellington . 

Hebron 

Mansfield..- 

Somers 

Stafford 

Tolland , 

Union , 

Vernon , 

Willington 



147,180 
1,182 
2,600 
1,308 
7,382 
1,302 
2,500 

661 
4,455 
2,890 
7,199 
3,179 
3,457 
1,251 
53,230 

565 
8,222 

582 
19,007 

953 
1,993 
1,069 
5,501 
1,736 
3,169 
1,874 
1,930 
2,271 
2,954 
2,758 
209,058 
10,342 

505 

550 
4,460 

1 929 
5,969 

955 

2 780 
3,882 
1,429 

25,423 

566 

3,811 

6,218 

86,045 

825 

1,862 

4,537 

902 

445 

3,300 

1,089 

6584 

33,202 

522 

926 

39,524 

1,949 

1,301 

1.384 

1,987 

856 

2599 

2035 

2,095 

582 

1,002 

15.205 

1,484 

4,687 

1,484 

874 

25,081 

401 

452 

740 

1,875 

1,539 

1,039 

1,911 

1,407 

4.535 

1,037 

431 

8,808 



125,377 
1,058 
2,385 
1,346 
5,347 
1,224 
2,299 

754 
3,500 
•°,019 
6,754 
3,014 
3,580 
1,340 
42,553 

643 
6,462 

391 
13,978 

934 
1,930 
1,109 
5,411 
1,902 
3,225 
1,830 
1,828 
2,173 
3,056 
2,332 
156,526 



Counties, Cities, and Towns. 



~> 379 

637 

3,047 

2,284 



3.067 

2,782 

3,408 

1,669 

18,340 

687 

3,347 

4,272 

62,882 

1,025 

1,763 

3,341 

1,120 

492 

2,318 

1,740 

4,686 

20,269 

493 

829 

35,587 

1,967 

1,177 

1,402 

1,640 

990 

3,032 

1,855 

2,419 

748 

928 

11,731 

1,302 

4,156 

1,362 

878 

24,112 

428 

512 

757 

2,043 

1,569 

1,243 

2,154 

1,242 

4,455 

1,169 

539 

6,915 

1,086 



NEW LONDON. 

Bozrah... 

Colchester.. 

East Lyme 

Franklin 

Griswold 

Groton 

Lebanon 

Ledyard .... 

Lisbon 

Lyme 

Montville 

New London..... 

North Stonington....... 

Norwich 

Old Lyme 

Preston.... 

Salem 

Sprague. .. 

Stonington 

Voluntown — 

Waterford .... 

FAIRFIELD. 

Bethel...... 

Bridgeport 

Brookfield 

Danbury 

Darien 

Easton 

Fairfield 

Greenwich 

Huntington . 

Monroe 

New Canaan 

New Fairfield 

Newtown , 

Norwalk 

Redding 

Ridgefield 

Sherman 

Stamford..... 

Stratford 

Trumbull 

Weston ........ 

Westport..... 

Wilton 

LITCHFIELD. 

Barkhamsted 

Bethlehem 

Bridgewater 

Canaan 

Colebrook. 

Cornwall........... 

Goshen. 

Harwinton 

Kent 

Litchfield 

Morris ... 

New Hartford 

New Milford............. 

Norfolk 

North Canaan ..... 

Plymouth 

Roxbury ..... 

Salisbury 

Sharon. 

Thomaston 

Torrington 

Warren 

Washington..... 

Watertown 

Winchester 

Woodbury 

WINDHAM. 

Ashford 

Brooklyn , 

Canterbury 

Chaplin 

Eastford , 

Hampton 

Killingly „ , 

Plainfield. , 

Pomfret 

Putnam.... , 

Scotland. 

Sterling 

Thompson 

Windham 

Woodstock 



1890. 



76,634 
1,005 
2 988 
2 048 

585 
3113 
5539 
1,670 
1,183 

548 

977 
2,344 
13,757 
1463 
23,048 
1,319 
2,555 

481 
1106 
7,184 
1,060 
2,661 
150.081 
3,401 
48,866 

989 
19,473 
2,276 
1,001 
3,868 
10,131 
4.006 

994 
2,701 

670 

3,539 

17,747 

1,546 

2,235 

668 

15,700 

2,608 

1,453 

772 

3,715 

1,722 

53,542 

1,130 

543 

617 

970 
1,098 
1,283 

972 

043 
1,383 
3,304 

584 
3,180 
3,917 
1,546 
1,683 
2,147 

936 
3,420 
2,149 
3,278 
6,048 

477 
1,633 
2,323 
6183 
1,815 
45,158 

778 
2,628 

947 

542 

561 
,.,632 
7,027 
4,582 
1,471 
6,512 
506 
1,051 
5,580 
10032 



73,137 
1,155 
2,974 
1,731 
686 
2,745 
5,127 
1,845 
1,373 
630 
1,025 
2,666 
10,529 
1,769 
21,141 
1,387 
2,519 
574 
3,207 
7,353 
1.186 
2,701 
112,044 
2,726 
29,148 
1,152 
11,669 
1,948 
1,145 
3,748 
7.892 
2,499 
1,157 
2,678 
791 
4,013 
13,956 
1540 
2,028 
828 
11,298 
4,251 
1,323 
918 
3,477 
1,864 
52,920 
1,298 
655 
708 
1,157 
1,148 
1583 
1,093 
1,016 
1,622 
3410 
627 
3,302 
3,907 
1,418 
1,537 
2,350 
950 
3,715 
2,580 
8.225 
4,214 
639 
1,589 
1,897 
5,142 
2,148 
43.857 
1,041 
2,308 
1,272 
627 
855 
827 
6,921 
4,021 
1,470 
5,827 
590 
957 
5,051 
8,265 
2,639 





SUMMARY BY COUNTIES. 




The State and Counties. 


1890. | 1880. | The State and Counttes. 


1890. | 1880. 


> THE STATE. 
Hartford 


746,258 622,683 THE STATE-Con. 
147.180125.377 Fairfield..... 


150,081112 044 

53,542 52.920 


39524 35,587 Litchfield 




25.081 24.112 New Haven 

45,158 43857 New London 


209,058156,526 
76.634 73,137 


Windham 



POPULATION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Counties, Cities, and Towns. 


1890. 

20,321 
1,372 
1,264 
1,142 

479 
3,585 
1,211 
6,143 
1,642 

935 
1,027 
1,521 

18,124 

377 

1,247 

349 

329 

2,331 

514 

720 

630 

187 

579 

554 

1,034 

1,630 

1,303 

1,025 

767 

1,528 

3,020 

29,579 

870 

1,046 

582 

1,122 

643 

748 

2,258 

1,469 

7,446 

1,695 

584 

332 

476 

996 

129 

400 

337 

270 

• 1,600 

999 

2,163 

830 

2,584 

23,211 

3,729 

31 

813 

15 

325 

1,736 

605 

28 

596 

13 


ISSOi 

17,948 
1,476 
1,296 
1,226 
521 
2,821 
1,485 
3.790 
1,800 
1,059 
1,192 
1,282 

18,224 

361 

1,044 

428 

421 

2,094 

629 

865 

714 

70 

464 

586 

1,254 

1,782 

1,701 

1,274 

923 

1,392 

2,222 

28,734 

1,037 

1,173 

456 

1,187 

663 

870 

1,868 

1,267 

6,784 

1,286 

701 

438 

669 

934 

126 

553 

382 

326 

1,661 

796 

2,018 

1,095 

2,444 

18,580 

1,144 

36 

632 


Counties, Cities, and Towns. 


1890. 


1880. 


BELKNAP. 


COOS— Con. 

Sargent's purchase 




2 

18 

252 

690 

958 

1,016 


Barnstead 






336 

703 

1,002 

1,128 


Centre Harbor 


Stark \. 


Gilford 










Thompson and Meserve's ' 




20 

55 
1,828 


New Hampton 




25 
2,041 

37,217 

679 

1,193 
935 
244 

1,267 
332 

1,524 
982 

1,417 
379 
248 
150 

1,439 
594 
787 
464 

1,817 

2,545 
245 
595 
499 

3,763 
110 

2,060 

3,365 
155 
543 

1,154 
478 
245 
916 
709 

1,852 
947 
632 
875 
39 
698 
341 

93,247 

1,053 

1,248 

1,102 

542 

548 

531 

837 

1,981 

607 

1,255 

637 

2,120 

1,000 

1,092 

252 

657 

44,126 

629 

951 

3,014 

479 

19,311 

1,067 

969 

791 

2,507 

137 

342 

1,550 

1,850 

62 




Whitefield 




GRAFTON. 
Alexandria 


CARROLL. 


38,788 

828 
960 

1,032 
378 

1,400 


Albany 




Bartlett (a) > 




Brookfield 




Chatham 




Conway 




Eaton 




1,352 

1,163 

1,762 

585 


Effingham 




Freedom 




Hart's Location 




Jackson 






Madison 








Enfield 


1,680 


Ossipee 








934 
566 
2,147 
2,455 
329 
703 
506 


Tamworth 




Tuftonborough 




Wakefield 




Wolfeborough 




CHESHIRE. 






Alstead 




3,354 
65 










1,807 

2,936 

103 

654 

1 313 






















504 








Orford 


1,050 

752 

1,719 

1,050 

775 

786 

54 










Rumney 
















939 






367 




HILLSBOROUGH. 




75,634 


Walpole 


1,225 

1,172 

1,204 

443 


"Westmoreland 




w mchester 




COOS. 






698 


Berlin 


Deering 

Francestown 


674 




937 




1,699 






649 




328 

1,580 

762 

28 

570 




1,072 




Hancock 


689 




1,646 




Hollis 


1,077 




1,045 
291 


Dartmouth College grant 


Litchfield 

Lyndeborough 


4 

32 

464 

161 

1,383 

8 

951 

2,721 

33 

895 

62 

lOl 

1,062 


818 




11 

455 

178 

1,710 

30 

1,062 

3,373 

5 

1,029 

62 

■"i',356 

8 
669 
137 


32,630 
645 






Errol 




1,042 




Milford 


2,398 






517 






13,397 




New Boston 


1.144 




1,222 






848 


Millsfield 


Peterborough 


2.206 




203 






402 






1,829 




581 
203 




1,747 






65 









a In 1880 population returned as for " Bartlett town and Hale's location. " 



POFULATION OF 


NEW 


h a mf shi re — Continued. 




Ooumtueb, Cities, and Towns. 


1890. 


1380. 


Counties, Cities, and Towns. 


1890. 


4880. 


MERRIMACK. 


49,435 

1,475 

1,090 

1,487 

725 

810 

964 

661 

17,004 

683 

524 

815 

4,085 

1,385 

548 

1,893 

1,817 

1,000 

487 

799 

1,115 

3,172 

2,605 

655 

849 

1,383 

564 

840 

49,650 

483 

631 

967 

1,108 

958 

666 

1,220 

2,604 

461 

1,721 

4,284 

726 

647 

860 

1,330 

622 

547 

1,120 

1,220 

488 


46,300 

1,707 

1,204 

1,381 

734 

950 

1,033 

784 


ROCKINGHAM-Con. 


401 

2,742 

1,064 

804 

1,478 

988 

1,085 

9,827 

1,131 

978 

1,805 

475 

1,672 

370 

855 

680 

632 

38,442 

1,408 

12,790 

871 

3,064 

606 

367 

207 

1,640 

579 

7,396 

2,003 

6,207 

1,304 

17,304 

717 

1,466 

5,565 

954 

512 

384 

424 

305 

519 

2,623 

1,173 

540 

900 

653 

569 


433 






2,368 
1,006 






Bow 


North Hampton 


774 
1,345 
1,095 










1,002 
9,690 




13,843 

760 

708 

909 

3,265 

1,326 

667 

1,766 

1,836 

1,221 

590 

875 

918 

2,797 

1,974 

795 

993 

1,537 

647 

1,080 

49,064 








1,053 




Rye 


1,111 
1,809 




Salem 

Sandown 




500 


Henniker 

Hill •• 


1,745 
383 




South Newmarket 


829 




720 






695 




STRATFORD. 


35,558 




Northfield 


1,497 




11,687 
962 










3,044 






715 






397 






355 






1,516 






772 


ROCKINGHAM. 




5,784 
1,712 




502 
719 
999 


Rollinsford 




Somer sworth 


5,586 




Strafford 


1,531 




1,340 

1,136 

613 

1,569 

2,140 

576 

1,536 

3,569 

624 

695 

959 

1,184 

678 

614 

1,080 

1,363 

610 


SULLIVAN. 


18,161 






982 






1,587 






4,704 






1,156 






608 






511 






540 






364 






602 






2,612 






1,372 






732 






895 


Londonderry 

New Castle 


Unity ... 


814 


i Washington 


682 



SUMMARY BY COUNTIES. 



Thb State amd Counties. 


PoFUlaATION. 


The State and Counties, 


POFUIiATION. 


1890. 


1880. 


1890. 


1880. 


THE STATE. 


378.530 
20,321 

18,124 
29,579 
23,23 1 
37,217 


346,991 
17948 


THE STATE— Con. 


93,247 
49,435 
49,650 
38,442 
17,304 


75,634 
46,300 

49 064 




18,224 
28,734 
18,580 
38,783 










Strafford ... 


35,558 
18,161 


Grafton 


Sullivan 



POPULATION OF RHODE ISLAM). 



COUNTIKH, ClTIKS, AND TOWNS. 1890. 1880. I COUNTIES, CITIES, AND TOWNS. 1890. 



BRISTOL. 

Barring-ton 

Bristol 

"Warren 

KENT. 

Coventry 

East Green wich 

West Green wich 

Warwick 

NEWPORT. 

Jamestown 

Little Compton 

MiddletcwT 

Newport 

New Shoreham 

Portsmouth 

Tiverton 

PROVIDENCE. 

Providence 

Burrillville 

Crnnston 

Cumberland 

East Providence 

Foster 

Glouc ester 



11,428 
1.461 
5,478 
4.489 

26,754 

5.068 

3,127 

798 

17,761 

28.552 

707 

1,128 

1,154 

19,457 
1,320 
1,949 
2,837 
255,123 
132.146 
5.492 
8.099 
8.090 
8.422 
1.252 
2,095 



31,394 
1,359 
6,028 
4,007 

20.587 
4,519 
2,887 
1,018 

12,163 

24.180 

459 

1,201 

1,139 

15,693 
1,204 
1.979 
2.505 
197,874 
104.852 
5,714 
5,942 
6.445 
5.056 
1.552 
2.250 



PROVIDENCE-Con. 

Johnston 

Lincoln . . 

North Providence 

North Smithfield 

Pawtucket ....... 

Scituate 

Smithfleld 

Wood socket 

WASHINGTON. 

Chaiiestown 

Exeter 

Hopkinton 

North Kingston 

South Kingston and District 
of Narragansett....... 

Richmond 

Wester.'y... ......... 

STATE. 

Providence........ 

Bristol 

r Kent 

Newport .. 

Washingto n.. 



9,778 

20355 

2,084 

3,173 

27,633 

3,174 

2,500 

20,830 

23,649 

915 

964 

2,864 

4,193 

6,231 

1,669 

6,813 

345,506 

255,123 

31,428 

26,754 

28 552 

23.649 



5,765 

13,765 

1,467 

3,088 

19,030 

3,810 

3.08S 

16,053 

22,495 

1,117 

1,310 

2,952 

3,949 

5 114 

1,949 

6,104 

276,530 

197,874 

11,394 

20,587 

24,180 

22495 



POPULATION OF TOWNS AND CITIES, 

United States Census 1880-1890. 



Below will be found a carefully prepared transcript from the official returns of the Federal Census of 189(\ 
showing the population of cities and towns of more than 3,000, arranged alphabetically by States, together with 
the figures of 1880, thus indicating the growth of the last ten years. Ihe States of New Hampshire, Massachu- 
setts, Rhode Island and Connecticut are given in full elsewhere. 



Cities and Towns. 1890. 



ALABAMA. 

Anniston 

Bessemer 

Birmingham... 

Decatur 

Eufaula 

Florence 

Fort Payne 

Gadsden 

Huntsville — . 

Mobile 

Montgomery... 

Opelika 

Selma 

Talladega 

Troy 

Tuscaloosa 



Ph 



ARIZONA. 

genta 

hoenix 



Tucson 

ARKANSAS. 
Eureka Springs 

Fort Smith. , 

Helena 

Hot Springs 

Little Rock , 

Pine Bluff , 

Texarkana 



CALIFORNIA. 

Alameda 

Eureka 

Fresno 

Orlen Ellen 

Grass Valley.... 

Livermore 

Los Angeles 

Marysville... 

Modesto 

Napa 

Nevada 

Oakland 

Pasadena 

Petaluma 

Pomona 

Riverside 

Sacramento 

Salinas 

San Bernardino. 

San Diego 

San Francisco... 

San Jose 

San Rafael 

Santa Ana 

Santa Barbara.. 

Santa Cruz 

Santa Rosa 

Stockton — 

Vallejo 

"Watson ville 

"Woodland. 



COLORADO. 



Aspen , 

Boulder 

Colorado Springs 

Denver 

Lead ville 

Pueblo 

Silver Cliff.... 
Trinidad , 



CONNECTICUT 
In full elsewhere. 
DELAWARE. 

Dover .., 

Milford 

New Castle , 

Smyrna..... 

"Wilmington — . . 

DISTRICT OF 
^COLUMBIA. 
Georgetown..... 
ton — 



Georgetow 
Washingtc 



1880. Cities and Towns. 1890, 



10,113 
3,582 

26,241 
7,136 
4,027 
5,984 
3,362 

49,023 
7,995 

31,822 

21,790 
3,686 
7,626 
3,016 
3,448 
5,486 



3,012 
3,796 
5,095 



4,000 
11,291 
5,185 
7,115 
22,496 
9,952 
3,486 



3,086 
1,000 
3,836 



11 

4 
10 
3 
4 
3 
50 
3 
3 
4 

48 
4 
3 
4 
4 

26 
3 
4 

16 
297 

18 
3 
3 
5 
5 

& 

5 
3 



000 
834 
796 
500 
032 
176 
394 
936 
347 
387 



590 
879 
686 
096 
678 
272 
346 
005 
153 
990 
027 
891 
600 
849 
594 
216 
376 
904 
357 
,768 



400 
1,500 
4,977 
29,132 
16,713 
3,245 
7,529 
1,233 
2,294 
2,418 



500 

300 

7,007 



3,984 
3,099 
3,652 
3,554 
13,138 
3,203 
1.390 



6,708 
2,639 
1,500 



3,000 
1,500 

11,183 
4,321 
2,000 
3,731 
4,022 

34,555 

100 

3,326 

300 

500 

21,420 

3,000 

3,000 

2,637 

233,959 

12,567 
2,276 
1,000 
3,460 
3,898 
3,616 

10,282 
5,987 
2,500 
2,500 



4,800 



11 

106 ; 

11. 



000 
670 
159 
128 



5,500 



673 
375 
916 
157 
437 



4,266 
35,629 
14,800 
3,217 
5,040 
2,226 



2,865 
2,350 



42,478 



578 12,578 
796147,293 



FLORIDA. 
Apalachicola.. 
Gainesville — 
Jacksonville.. 

Key "West 

Ocala 

Orlando 

Pensacola 

Tallahassee . . . 
Tampa 



GEORGIA. 

Albany 

Americus 

Athens 

Atlanta 

Augusta 

Brunswick.... 
Cartersville . . . 

Columbus 

Dalton 

Griffin 

La Grange 

Macon 

Marietta 

Milledge ville . 

Newman 

Rome 



Thomasville . 
Valdosta 



ILLINOIS. 

Alton 

Amboy 

Aurora 

Austin 

Batavia 

Beardstown 

Belleville 

Belvidere 

Bloomington. . . . 

Blue Island 

Braid wood...... 

Bushnell 

Cairo 

Canton 

Carbondale 

Carlin ville 

Carmi 

Centralia 

Champaign 

Charleston 

Chester... 

Chicago 

Collins ville 

Danville 

Decatur 

De Kalb 

Dixon 

Duquoin 

East St. Louis. 
Edwards ville. . . 

Effingham 

Elgin 

Evanston 

Freeport 

Galena 

Galesburg 

Geneseo 

Jacksonville.... 
Jerseyville...... 

Joliet 

Kankakee 

Kewanee 

La Salle 

Lemont... 

Lincoln 

Litchfield 

Macomb 

Mascoutah 

Mattoon 

Mendota 

Metropolis.. — 

Moline ..... 

Monmouth 

Morris 

Mount Carmel.. 
Mount Vernon. 



3,024 

4,588 

17,160 

18,058 

3,109 

4,500 

11,751 

2,933 

3,525 



4,500 
6,335 
8,627 

65,515 

33,150 
8,403 
3,166 

18,650 
3,030 
4,465 
3,099 

22,698 
3.376 
3,306 
2,859 
6,950 

41,762 
3,839 
5,500 



10,184 
3,021 

19,634 
4,000 
3,613 
3,619 

15,360 
3,863 

22,242 
4,075 
4,689 
3,068 

10,044 
5,589 
3,100 
4,000 
3,250 
4,762 
5,827 
4,135 
3,200 

,099,133 
3,498 

11,528 

16,841 
3,450 
5,149 
3,478 

15,156 
3,575 
3,260 

17,429 
7,692 

15,159 
6,406 

15,212 
4,578 

12,357 
3,204 

27,407 



4,554 
9,904 
6,000 
6,125 
5,798 
3,927 
3,150 
6,829 
5,189 
3,918 
11,995 
5,837 
4,956 
3,650 
3,450 



1880. Cities and Towns. 1890. 



500 
1,500 
7,650 
9,890 

600 

300 
6,845 
2,494 

720 



3,216 
3,635 
6,099 

37,409 

21,891 
2,891 
2,037 

10,123 
2,516 
3,620 
2,295 

12,749 
2,227 
3,800 
2,006 
3,877 

30,709 
2,555 
1,515 



8,975 
2,448 

11,873 
1,359 
2,639 
3,136 

10,683 
2,951 

17,180 
1,542 
5,524 
2,740 
9,011 
3,762 
300 
3,118 
2,500 
3,621 
5,103 
2,867 
3,00O 
503,185 
2,887 
7,733 
9,547 
1,589 
3,658 
2,808 
9,185 
2,887 
3,065 
8,787 
6,707 
8,516 
6,451 

11,437 
4,000 

10,927 
2,894 

11,657 
5,651 
2,704 
7,847 
2,109 
5,639 
4,326 
3,148 
2,50O 
5,737 
4,142 
2,268 
7,800 
5,000 
5,000 
2,047 
2,173 



ILLINOIS.-Ccm. 
Murphysboro'gh 
Naperville ....... 

Oak Park......... 

Olney 

Ottawa 

Pana, 

Paris 

Pekin 

Peoria 

Peru 

Petersburgh . 

Pontiac 

Princetown ...... 

Quincy 

Rochelle 

Rockford.... 

Rock Island 

Shelbyville 

Springfield 

Spring Valley... 

Sterling 

Streator 

Taylor ville 

TJrbana 

"Warsaw 

"Waukegan 

INDIANA. 

Anderson 

Aurora 

Bedford 

Bloomington 

Bluffton 

Brazil 

Butler 

Columbia City... 

Columbus 

Connersville 

Crawf ordsville . . 

Decatur 

Delphi 

Elkhart 

Evans ville 

Fort "Wayne.. 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Goshen 

Greencastle ... 
Greensburgh.. 

Hammond 

Huntington... 
Indianapolis. . 
Jefferson ville. 
Knightstown . 

Kokomo 

Lafayette...... 

La Porte 

Lawrenceburg 

Lebanon , 

Logansport.... 

Madison ... 

Marion 

Martinsville . . 
Michigan City 
Mishawaka.... 
Mt. Vernon... 

Muncie 

New Albany.. 
Newcastle.... 

Peru 

Plymouth. 

Portland 

Princeton....... 

Richmond 

Rochester 

Rush ville 

Seymour , 

Shelbyville 

South Bend.... 

Sullivan 

Terre Haute... 

Union City 

Valparaiso..... 

Vincennes 

"Wabash 

"Warsaw 

"Washington... 
Winchester.... 



3,527 
3,016 
5,000 
3,828 
9,971' 
5,067, 
5,049 
6,897 

40,758 
5,906; 
3,200 
3,200 
4,586, 

31,478 
3,250 

23,589 

13,596 
3,162 

24,852 
5,100 
5,822 
9,671 
3,500 
3.2 76 
4,250 
5,077 



10,759 
3,928 
3,373 
4.400 
3,586 
5,902 
2,519 
3,027 
6,705 
4,537 
6,086 
3,827 
3,500 

11,370 

50,674 

35,349 
5,918 
3,783 
6,027 
4,384 
3,58ll 
4,253 
7,300 
107,445 

11,274 
3,172 
8,224 

16,407 
7,122 
4,280 
3,676 

13,798 
8,923 
8,724 
3,277 

10,704 
3,369 
4,710 

11,339 

21,000 
4,100 
6,731 
2,723 
4,500 
6,494 

16,849 
3,250 
6,000 
5,337 
5,449 

21,786 
3,200 

30,287 
5,250 
5,083 
8,815 
5,196 
3,559 
6,052 
3,279 



united states census, t 880-1 890- — Continued. 



•Cities and Towns. 1890. 



IOWA. 

Atlantic 

Boone 

Burlington 

Cedar Falls 

Cedar Rapids... 

Center ville 

Chariton 

Clarinda 

Clinton 

Council Bluffs.. 

Creston 

Davenport 

Des Moines 

Dubuque 

Fairfield 

Fort Dod?e 

Fort Madison... 

Grinnell 

Independence... 

Iowa City 

Keokuk 

Lyons 

Maquoketa 

Marshalltown. . 

Mason City 

Mt. Pleasant... 

Muscatine 

Oskaloosa 

Ottumwa 

Red Oak 

Sioux City 

■Washington .... 

"Waterloo : 

"Webster City... 
Wha^ Cheer 

KANSAS. 

Abilene 

Argentine 

Atchison 

Chanute 

Clay Centre 

Concordia 

El Dorado 

Emporia 

Fort Scott 

Great Bend 

Horton 

Hutchinson .... 
Independence. . . 
Junction City.. 
Kansas City.... 

Kin?man 

Lawrence 

Leavenworth .. 

McPherson 

Minneapolis 

Newton 

Olathe , 

Osage City 

Ottawa , 

Parsons , 

Pittsburgh 

Salina , 

Topeka 

WelMngton 

Wicnita 

Winfleld 



KENTUCKY. 

Ashland 

Bowling Green. 

Covington 

Danville 

Dayton 

Frankfort 

Fulton 

Georgetown 

Harrodsburg.... 

Henderson 

Hopkinsville . . . 

Lexington 

Louisville 

Ludlow 

M lysville • ■ .... 
Mt Sterling.... 

Newport 

Owensboro 

Ppducah 

Paris 

Richmond 

Winchester 

) OUISIANA. 

Btton Rouge 

Do 1 ildaonville. 
Monroe 



4,338 
6,518 

22,528 
3,598 

17,9971 
3,6521 
3,119 
3,259 

13,629 

21,388 
7,195 

25,161 

50,067 

30,147 
3,379 
4,869 
7,906 
3,327 
4,120 
7,000 

14.075 
5,791 
3,127 
9,308 
4,002 
4,918 

11,432 
7,300 

13,996 
3,258 

37,862 
3,234 
6,679 
3,042 
3,639 



3,540 
3,264 

14,222 
3,350 
5,214 
3.643 
5,241 
7,550 

11.837 
3,343 
3,191 
8,678 
3,121 
4,477 

38,271 
3.581 
9,975 

21,613 
4,417 
3.025 
5,602 
3.290 
3.222 
6,27 
6 73 
5,4071 
6,031 

31,8091 
4,389 

23,735 
5,14 



Cities and Towns. 1890. 



LA.— Con. 

Natchitoches 
New Iberia... 
New Orleans 
Plaquemine... 
Shreveport. . . 



MAINE. 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Bangor 

Bath 

Belfast 

Biddeford 

Brunswick 

Calais 

Camden 

Cape Elizabeth 

Depot 

Caribou 

Deering 

Deer Isle 

Eastport 

Ellsworth 

Farmington 

Fort Fairfield... 

Gardiner 

Hallo well 

Houlton 

Kennebunk 

Lewiston 

Old Town 

Portland 

Rockland 

Saccarappa 

Saco 

Skowhegan... 
Watervflle.... 



MARYLAND. 



Annapolis 

Baltimore 

Cambridge 

Cumberland 

Frederick 

Frostburg 

Hagerstown — 
Havre de Grace 

Lonaconing 

"Waverly , 

Westminster . . . 



MASS. 

J.n full elsewhere. 

MICHIGAN. 

Adrian 

Albion.. 

Alpena 

Ann Arbor 

Battle Creek.... 



2,000 ; 2ay City. 



3,111 

15,452 
2,694 
4,911 
2,844 



161.005123, 758 



10397 
3.199 
3.251 



7 197 
2,600 
2.070 



3,300 

3,400 

241,995 

3,211 

11,482 



11,228 

10,521 

19,090 

8,713 

5,235 

14,418 

5,998 

7,27" 

4,62 

5,213 
3,500 
5,337 
3,400 
4,899 
4,784 
3200 
3,500 
5,484 
3,147 
4,000 
3,100 

21,668 
5,300 

36,608 
8,137 
3,200 
6,075 
5,068 
7,091 



1880. Cities and Towns. 1890. 



7,625 

433.547 

4,163 

10,030 
9,621 
5,647 

11,698 
3219 
3,897 
3,860 
3,517 



9,239 
3,600 

11,228 
9,509 

13,090 

27,826 
5,265 
4,445 
3500 
3,848 
6,244 
5,462 
205,669 
8,000 
9,845 
4,988 

64,147 
3,048 
5,000 
3,920 
3,928 
4,999 
3.80O 



Big Rapids 

Cadillac 

Calumet 

Charlotte 

Cheboygan .... 

Coldwater ..... 

Detroit 

Escanaba 

Flint 

Grand Haven . 

Grand Rapids 

Greenville 

Hancock 

Hillsdale 

Holland 

Ionia 

Ironwood 

Ishpeming 11,184 

Jackson f 20,779 

Kalamazoo 17,857 

Lansing I 12,630 

7,499 

12,799 

9,096 

3,967 

10,606 

5,246 

4,742 

22,668 

6.061 

4,197 

3,500 

6,544 

6243 

13,519 

3,070 



Ludington 

Manistee 

Marquette 

Marshall 

Menominee 

Monroe 

Mt. Clemens. . 

Muskegon.. 

Negaunee. 

Niles ... 

Oscoda ..... 

Owosso 

Pontiac .... 

Port Huron ... 
Red Jacket 



2,785 
2,703 
216,090 
2,061 
8,009 



9,530 

8,666 
16,857 
7,874 
5,308 
12,652 
2,410 
6,162 
4,381 

250 

647 
4,320 
3,266 
4,004 
5,152 
1,482 

637 
4.439 
3,154 
1,030 
1,164 
19,083 

993 
33,810 
7,599 
2,487 
6,395 
2,607 
1,917 



MICH.-Cora. 



Ste 



Sault de 

Marie 

St. John's 

St. Joseph 

St. Louis 

Three Rivers... 
Traverse City. . . 

"West Bay 

Wyandotte 

YpsilanU , 



6,642 
332,313 
2,262 
10,693 
8,659 
5,000 
6,627 
2.816 
4,000 
3,790 
3,341 



7,849 
3,171 
6,153 
8,061 
7,063 
20 693 
3,552 
2,213 
2,300 
3,598 
2,269 
4,681 
116,340 
3,026 
8,409 
4,862 
32.016 
3.084 
L837 
3,441 
2 620 
4,190 



MINNESOTA. 

Albeit Lea 

Anoka 

Austin 

Brainerd 

Cookston 

Duluth 

Faribault 

Fergus Falls... 

Hastings 

Mankato 

Minneapolis 

New TJlm 

O watonna 

Red Wing 

Rochester 

St. Cloud 

Stillwater 

St. Paul 

St. Peter 

Winona 



MISSISSIPPI. 

Aberdeen 

Columbus 

Greenville....... 

Jackson 

Meridian 

Natchez 

Vicksburg....... 

Yazoo City 



MISSOURI. 
Bonne Terre 

Boonville 

Brookfield 

Cape Girardeau. 

Carrollton 

Carthage 

ChiUicothe 

Clinton 

Columbia 

DeSoto 

Fulton 

Hannibal 

Independence... 
Jefferson City.. 

Joplin 

Kansas City 

Kirks ville 

Lamar 

Lebanon 

Lexington 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

Marshall 

Maryville.., 

Mexico 

Moberly.. 

Nevada 

Pierce Citv 

Pleasant Hill... 

St. Charles 

St. Joseph 

St. Louis 

Sedalia — 

Springfield 

Trenton 

Triplett 

Warrensburg. . . 
Washington .... 
Webb City ., 



46,215 

6,500 
3,119 
3,733 
3,100 
3,122 
3,550 
12,910 
3,798 
6,128 



3,847 
4,264 
3,901 
8,207 
5,029 

32,725 
6,524 
4.050 
3,691 
8,805 
164,738 
3,741 
3,845 
6,2771 
5,321 
6,532 

11,239 

133,156 

3,671 

18,208 



3,445 

4,552 

6,655 

6,041 

10,889 

10,149 

13,298 

5,247 



5,000 
4,132 
4,534 
4, 
3,858 
7,962 
5,899 
4,689 
3,985 
3,500 
4,289 
12.816 
6,373 
6,732 
9,909 



132,416 55,785 



6,039 
16,105 
11.937 

8,319 

4,190 

6,930 

4690 

3.795 

3.288 

4.930 

3,057 
31,262 

3,931 ^NEBRASKA. 

4,197|Beatrice 

l,951|Columbus 

2,501 1 Fremont 

4509|Gvand Island... 

8,883 [Hastings 

_2. 1 40 1 Kearney . . ...... 



3,491 
3,700 
3,100 
4,538 
5,071 
3,350 
4,258 
4,017 
4,789 
8,213 
6250 
3.500 
3,500 
6,138 
52,811 
460,357 
13.994 
21,842 
5,011 
4,000 
4.682 
5,000 
3,500 



MONTANA. 

Anaconda. 

Bozeman 

Butte City 

Helena 



4,239 

3,784 

10,701 

13,834 



13,921 

3,118 
6,654 
7,632 
13,793 
4,589 



10,525 

2,643 

2,553 
2,603 
2,541 
2,525 
3,154 
6,397 
3,631 
4,984 



3,365 
2,706 
2,305 
7,110 
4,063 
2,645 
5,415 
1,635 
3,809 
5,550 

46,887 
2,471 
3,161 
5,876 
5,103 
2,462 
9,055 

41,473 
3,436 

10,208 



2,339 
3,955 

2,191 
5,204 
4,008 

7,058 

11,814 

2,542 



1,000 
3,854 
2,264 
3,889 
2313 
4 167 
4,078 
2,868 
3,326 
2,562 
2,409 
11,074 
3,146 
5,271 
7,038 



2,314 
3,000 
1,419 
3,998 
4,325 
3,046 
2,701 
3,485 
3,835 
6,070 
1,913 
2,200 
3,500 
5,014 
32,431 
350.518 
9,561 
6,522 
4,000 
200 
4,049 
4,000 
2,500 



894 
3,363 



3,211 
2,131 
3,013 
2,963 
2,817 
gig 



united states census, 1880-1890 — Continued. 



Cities and Towns. 1890. 1880 



NEB. —Con. 

Lincoln 

Nebraska City- 
Norfolk 

North Platte... 

Omaha 

Plattsmouth . . . 
York 

NEVADA. 

Carson City..., 

Eureka 

Gold Hill 

Reno 

Virginia City.. 

N. HAMPSHIRE 

In full else where. 

NEW JERSEY. 

Atlantic City.... 

Bayonne 

Bordf atown 

Bride aton 

Burlington 

Camden 

Dover 

East Orange. — 

Elizabeth 

Gloucester 

Hackensack 

Harrison — . — 

Hoboken... 

Jersey City 

Keyport 

Lambertville — 
Dong Branch — 

Millville 

Morristown 

Mount Holly — 

Newark *... 

New Brunswick 

Orange 

Oxford... 

Passaic 

Paterson... 

Perth Amboy . . . 
Phillipsburg . ... 

Plainfield 

Princeton . ... 

Rah way 

Red Bank 

Salem 

Somerville 

So. Amboy 

Trenton 

Vineland — 

"Washington 

Woodbury........ 

NEW MEXICO. 

Albuquerque 

Las Vegas 

Santa Fe 

Silver City 

Socorro 

'NEW YORK. 
Albany............ 

Albion 

Amsterdam 

Attica 

Auburn 

Batavia — 

Binghamton ..... 

Brockport 

Brooklyn 

Buffalo 

Canandaigua 

Canisteo 

Catskill 

Clifton 

Clyde 

Cohoes 

College Point .... 

Corning 

Cortland 

Dansville 

Dunkirk 

Ellenville 

Elmira 

Fishkill... 

Fishkill -on -the 

.Hudson , 

Platlands...... 

Flushing . 

Fort Edward.... 
Fredonia 



55,491 
11,472 
6,221 
3,329 
139,526 
8,403 
3,592 



4,080 
1,609 
2,073 
4,123 
6,337 



13,038 

18,996 
5,045 

11,471 
8,198 

58,274 
3,187 

10,000 

37,670 
6,563 
5,000 
8,528 

43,561 
163,987 
3,100 
4,138 
5,149 
9,957 
8,794 
4,930 
181,518 

18,459 

18,774 
3,500 

13,027 

78.358 
9,476 
8,622 

11,250 
3,600 
7,090 
3,800 
5,512 
3,425 
3,700 

58,488 
4,068 
2,830 
3,867 



6,058 
4,692 
5,982 
3,327 
3,829 



94,640 
5,192 

17,264 
3,110 

25,887 
7,489 

35,093 
4,597 
804,377 
254,457 
5,847 
3.019 
4,915 
4,067 
3,217 

22,432 
5,472 
8,553 
8,473 
4,712 
9,402 
3,088 

28,070 
4,249 

3,157 

4,249 

19,136 

3,246 



13,003 
4,183 
1,949 
2,000 

30,518 
4,175 
2,085 



4,229 
4,207 
4,531 
3,000 
10,917 



5,477 
9,372 
4,258 
8,722 
6,090 

41,659 
2,958 
8,349 

28,229 
5,347 
4,248 
6,898 

30,999 
120,722 
2,500 
4,183 
3,833 
7,660 
5,418 
4,628 
136,508 

17,166 

13,207 
2,656 
6,532 

51,031 
4,808 
7,181 
8,125 
4,000 
6,455 
2,684 
5,056 
3,105 
2,000 

29,910 
2,519 
2,142 
2,298 



2,315 

1,500 

6,635 

600 

400 



90,758 
5,500 
9,466 
2,500 

21,924 
4,845 

17,317 
5,000 
566,663 
155,134 
5,726 
2,300 
4,320 
2,500 
3,800 

19,416 
4,192 
4,802 
4,050 
4,500 
7,248 
3,500 

20,541 



3,000 
100 



2,988 
2,692 



Cities and Towns. 1890. 1880. Cities and Towns. 1390. 1880. 



N. T.—Con. 
Fulton 



Geddes 

Geneva 

Glen Cove 

Glen's Falls... 
Gloversville . . 

Goshen 

Green Bush... 
Green Island. 
Haverstraw . 
Hempstead. . . . 

Herkimer 

Hoosick Falls 
Hornellsville . 

Hudson 

Ilion 

Ithaca 

Jamaica 

Jamestown . . . 

Johnstown 

Kingston 

Lansingburg.. 
Little Falls . . . 

Lockport 

Long Island City 

Lyons 

Malone 

Matteawan 

Middletown 

Mount Vernon.. 

Newark 

New Brighton. . . 

Newburg 

New Rochelle... 

New York 

Newtown 

Niagara Falls. . . . 
No. Tarrytown.. 

Norwich 

Nyack 

Ogdensburg 

Olean 

Oneida 

Oneonta 

Oswego 

Owego 

Peekskill 

Penn Yan 

Plattsburg 

Port Chester..... 
Port Jervis. . . — 
Port Richmond. . 
Potsdam 



Poughkeepsie. 
Rochester...... 



Salamanca 

Sandy Hill...... 

Saratoga Spr'gs 

Saugerties 

Schenectady .... 

Seneca Falls.... 

Sing Sing........ 

Stapleton ........ 

Suspension B'ge 
Syracuse....... . 

Troy.............. 

mica.... 

Tarrytown. 

Tonawanda 

Wappinger's Fls 

Warsaw 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watertown.... 
Watkins ....... 

Waverly 

West Chester. 
Westfield...... 

West Troy.... 

Whitehall 

Yonkers 



N. CAROLINA. 
Ashville........ 

Charlotte 

Durham 

Edenton 

Elizabeth City 
Fayette ville . . 

Goidsboro 

Greensboro 

Henderson ..... 

Hickory 

Kingston , 

New Berne.... 

Oxford 

Raleigh ......... 

Salem 



4,208 

4,289 

6,539 

3,750 

10,386 

13,796 

3,102 

7,287 

4,403 

4,891 

23,517 

3,150 

3,684 

10,948 

10,027 

3,907 

11,557 

13,646 

15,991 

7,146 

21,181 

10,523 

7,192 

16,003 

30,396 

4,607 

4,920 

5,319 

11,918 

8,233 

3,018 

12,664 

23,263 

7,108 

1,513,501 

17,537 

5,213 

3,739 

4,157 

4,384 

11,667 

10,000 

5,116 

6,268 

21,816 

6,219 

10,026 

4,827 

5,673 

5,538 

7,217 

4,874 

3,148 

22,836 

138,327 

14,980 

3,690 

3,662 

13,124 

4,188 

18,392 

6,214 

7,219 

5,589 

4,510 

87,877 

60,669 

44,001 

3,901 

7,135 

5,104 

3,122 

3,523 

4,756 

14,733 

3,572 

3,654 

3,593 

3,304 

12,942 

4,672 

31,945 



10,433 
11,555 
5,371 
3,577 
3,249 
4,2 — 
4.325 
3,317 
3,748 
3,597 
3,576 
7,832 
3,842 
12,798 
3 126 



3,941 

4,283 

5,878 

2,000 

4,900 

7,133 

4,000 

6,743 

4,160 

4,000 

3,000 

3,500 

4,530 

8,195 

8,670 

4,202 

9,105 

4,200 

9,357 

5,013 

18,344 

7,432 

6,910 

13,522 

17,129 

5,500 

4,193 

4,411 

8,494 

2,500 

3.00O 

12,679 

18,049 

5,O0O 

1,206,209 

828 

4,000 

2,684 

6,000 

6,00O 

10,341 

9,000 

350 

4,461 

21,116 

5,525 

6,893 

4,000 

5,245 

3,254 

8,678 

3,561 

3,100 

20,207 

89,366 

12,194 

4,000 

2,487 

8,421 

4,000 

13,655 

5,880 

6,578 

4,000 

3,00O 

51,792 

56,747 

33,914 



3,864 
5,000 
2,503 
3,540 
5,000 

10,697 
2,500 
5,000 
6,000 
2,000 
8,820 
4.270 

18,892 



7,094 
4,500 
2,000 



1,421 
1,500 
2,000 
6,443 
1,500 
9,265 
1,340 



N. C.-Con. 

Salisbury 

Washington . 
Wilmington.. 
Winston 



N. DAKOTA. 

Bismarck 

Fargo. 



Grand Forks. 
Jamestown. . . 



OHIO. 

Akron 

Alliance 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 

Athens 

Barnes ville 

Bellaire 

Bellefontaine 

Bellevue 

Bowling Green.. 

Bridgeport 

Bryan 

Buchtel 

Bucyrus 

Cambridge 

Canal Dover 

Canton 

Celina 

Chillicothe 

Cincinnati 

Circleville 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Conneaut 

Coshocton 

Crestline... 

Dayton 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Delphos 

East Cleveland. . 
East Liverpool.. 

Elyria 

Findlay 

Fostona 

Franklin 

Fremont .... — 

Galion — 

Gallipolis ......... 

Geneva 

Greenfield .... — 

Greenville 

Hamilton 

Haselton 

Hillsborough 

Ironton. 

Jackson.. 

Kanton — 

Kent 

Lancaster 

Lebanon 

Leetonia 

Lima 

Lockland 

Logan. . . — ....... 

London..... 

Lorain 

Mansfield..... — 

Marietta 

Marion 

Martin's Ferry.. 

Marysville 

Massillon — . — 
Miamisburgh .... 

Middleport 

Middletown 

Mt. Vernon 

Nati'n'l Military 

Home 

Nelsonville 
Newark — 
NewPhil'd'lphia 
New Straitsville 

Niles 

Nor walk — 

Oberlin 

Paines ville . 

Piqua 

Pomeroy — 
Portsmouth 
Ravenna — 

Reading 

Ripley 

Salem 

Sandusky. . . 

Shawnee I 

Sidney I 



4,436 

3,534 

20,008 

7,988 



2,260 
5,613 
4,963 
3,021 



27,702 
7,598 
3,563 
8,316 
3,621 
3,185 
9,901 
4,238 
3,829 
4,196 
3,368 
4,182 
3,368 
5,951 
4,345 
3,486 

26,327 
3,367 



17.350 



1,758 
2,693 
1,705 
2,500 



16512 
4636 
3,004 
4,445 
2,457 
2,435 
8.025 
3,998 
1.432 
1,800 
2,395 
3,200 
417 
3,835 
2,883 
2,^23 

12,2o8 
1,34c 



11,256 10,938 

296,309 255,139 

6,675 6,046 

1,546160,146 



90,398 
3,596 
3,725 
4,131 

58,868 
7,681 
8,202 
5,468 
3,042 

1 0,947 
5,530 

1 8,674 
6,329 
4,217 
7,140 
7,346 
4,550 
3,167 
3,127 
5,539 

17.519 
3,265 
4,367 

10,922 
4,388 
5,648 
4,463 
8,297 
3,174 
3,785 

15,970 
3,182 
3,119 
3,292 
3,872 

13,542 
8,308 
8,308 
6,247 
3,487 

10,068 
3,782 
3,209 
7,673 
6,016 

4,468 

4,547 

14,369 

4,548 

3,396 

, 4.257 

' 7,268 

4,330 

5,297 

9,069 

4,727 

12,387 

4.397 

3,621 

3,562 

6,398 

19,234 

5,623 

4.903 



51,647 
1,156 
3,044 
2,840 

38,678 
5,907 
6,894 
5,500 



5,568 
4,777 
4,633 
4,860 
3,500 
8,446 
5,635 
4,400 
1,903 
2,104 
3,535 
12,122 

500 
3,223 
8,857 
3,021 
3,940 
3,309 
6,803 
2,703 
2.552 
7,567 

200 
2.666 
3,067 
1.595 
9,859 
5,444 
3.899 
3.819 
2.100 
6,836 
1.936 
3.032 
4.538 
5,249 



3.095 
9,600 
3,070 
1,800 
2,800 
5,704 
3.242 
4.000 
6031 
5,560 

11,321 
4000 
2.680 
2,546 
4041 

15.838 
2 000 
3B2? 



united states census, i88o-i8go — Continued, 



Cities and Towns. 1890. 



OHIO.— Con 

Springfield .... 
Steuben ville.. 

Tiffin 

Toledo 

Troy 

Uhrichsville.. 
Upper Sandusky 

Uibana 

Van Wert.... 
Wanakoneta. 

Warren 

Washington . 

Weiiston , 

Welisville 

Wilmington. . 

Wooster 

Xenia 

Young-Brown.. 
Zanesviilo 

OREGON". 



Aloany. 
Albina.. 

East Portland 
East Salem 

Eugene 

Pendleton.. 
Foreland — 
The Dalles. 



32,135 
13,363 

■J 0.978 
82,652 
4,590 
£.266 
8.568 
8.457 
f.548 
8.616 
f.086 
£,793 
4.432 
£236 
8.252 
€,050 
8,145 
r:8,199 
£1,117 



4,072 
£,104 
7,071 



1880. Cities and Towns. 



storia 

aker City ! 8,645 

• ;,&,48i 

4,515 

8,958 

^3,248 

8,015 



PENNSYLVA. 



Ailentown.. .. 

Aitoona 

Apollo 

Archibald 

Arnot 

Ashland 

Ashley 

Athena 

Audenried 

Bangor 

Beaver Palls.. 

Bedford 

Belief onte 

Bethlehem 

Bloomsburg. . . . 

Braddock 

Bradford 

Bristol 

Brownsville . - 

Butler 

Cannonsburgh 

Carbondale 

Carlisle 

Catasauq.ua .... 
Chambersburg. 
Char tier sboro 'gh 

Chester 

Chestnut Hill. 

Clearfield 

Coritesvillo.... 

Coiurnbia 

Conemaugh.... 
Connellsville. . 
C'onshohocken 

Carry 

Dan ville 

Dubois 

Dunmore 

Easton 

Erie 

Etna 

Franklin 

Freeland 

Gettysburg 

Gilberton 

Girardvillo 

Groensburgh.. 

Greenville 

Hanover 

Harrisburg.... 

Hawley 

Hazleton 

Hoiidaysburg. 

Homestead 

Houtzdale 

Huntingdon... 

Indiana 

Irwin 

Johnstown 

Kittanning 

Lancaster 

Lansford 

Latrobe 



.:anon 



104,067 
25,183 

80.269 
3,196 
4,028 
8,247 
7,376 
8,192 
4,127 
8,847 
8,127 
9,734 
8,547 
8,926 
6,750 
4,659 
8,538 

10,478 
6,637 
3.347 
8,715 
«1L- 

3( s 826 
f,031 
3,703 
8,006 
8,726 

20,167 
8,165 
3,394 
3,680 

70,597 
3,567 
r 5,623 
W 5469 
5,671 
9=073 
6,137 
8,242 

!J4,185 

yw,609 
8,441 
6.220 
3.867 
3,180 
:-<.GG8 
3,590 
6.428 
3.637 
3,739 

40.221 
3.629 

11.818 
3.004 
5.849 
3.269 
6.062 
4.398 
81690 

81,129 
8. on »j 

32.000 
3.995 
4.576 

14734 



20,730 
12,093 

7,879 
60,137 
3,803 
2,500 
3,540 
6,252 
4,079 
2,765 
4,428 
8,798 
1.952 
3,377 
2,745 
5,840 
7,C 
15,435 
18,113 



PENN.-Ccm. 

Lehighton 

Lewisburg 

liewistown 

Dock Haven . . . 



2,500 
143 
2.803 
1,300 
2,934 



1,117 

700 

17,577 

2,232 



78,682 
18,063 
10,710 
1,500 
3,049 
2,782 
6,052 
2,799 
3,500 
1,500 
3,000 
5,104 
2,011 
3,028 
5,193 
3,702 
8,000 
9,197 
5,273 
4,500 
3,163 
2,000 
7,714 
6,209 
3,065 
6,877 



MansfieldValley 
Mauch Chunk. 

McDonald 

McKeesport — 
Mead ville....... 

Mechanicsburs 
Middletown..., 

Milton 

Minersville — 
Monongahela . . 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Pleasant... 

Nanticoke 

New Brighter.. 

New Castle 

Norristown I 

North East 

Oil City 

Olyphant ! 

Philadelphia — 
FhilipsburgLi . . . 

Phcenixvillo 

Pittsburg 

Pittston 

Plymouth.. «.... 

Pottstown 

PottsviUe , 

Punxsutawnc y. 

Quakertown 

Reading. 

Reynoldsvilio . . 

Rochester 

Scranton 

Shamokin 

Sharon 

Sharpsburg 

Shenandoah 

Slatington 

So. Bethlehem. 
South Chest;--.. 
South Easter... 

t. Claire 

teelton 

Sunbur; 
Susauel 
Tamaq.ua . . 
Tarentum... 
Titusville. . , 
Towanda... 

Tyrone 

Dnion City, 
Uniontown, 

Verona , 

Warren 

Washington, 
town 



14,997 
1,300 
2,500 
2,766 
8,312 



Watsontown. . . . 
Waynesborough 
Waynesburgh 
Weatherly .... 
Wellsboro — 
West Chester. 

l'SSoSWest Pittston. 

3 609 1 Wilkesbarre . 

4561 iWilliamsporf- 

5 277 York 

8,346 

2,718 

5,151 
11,924 
27,737 

2,334 

5,010 

1,000 

2.814 

3.098 

2,730 

350O 

3,007 



RHODE ISL'ND 

Infulleleewhero. 

8. CAROLINA. 

Beaufort 

Camden 

Charleston 

Columbia 

Florence 

Greenville 

Newberry 



4IiliE3S£^ 



6935 
3,150 



§§3 Aberdeen. 



2.060 
4,125 
8.907 
3000 
8380 
13,624 

85,760 
2.206 
1.813 

. 8.773 



S. DAKOTA. 



Huron 
Sioux Falls . 
Yankton...., 



TENNESSEE. 

Bristol 

Chattanooga 

Clarks ville 

Cleveland 



8,729 
8,205 
3,288 
7,350 

11,291 
6,827 
4,098 
4,988 

20,711 
9,502 
3,690 
5,104 
5,317 
3,502 
4,086 
8,251 
3,899 

10,037 
5,603 

11,851 

19,750 
3,792 

10,943 

4,075 

'046,252 

3,929 

8,508 

338,473 

10,295 
9,341 

13,201 

14,194 

4,379 

1 3,588 

58,926 
3,593 
3,635 

33,450 

14,391 
7,447 
4,897 

13,447 
3,129 

10,386 
7,067 
6,616 
6,950 
9,230 
6,892 
3,865 
4,672 
4,116 
8,010 
4,165 
5,134 
3,326 
6,358 
4,367 
5,288 
7,645 
3,077 
4,639 
3,165 
3,068 
3,041 
7,965 
3,731 
37,651 
27,107 
20,849 



3,577 
3,021 
54,592 
14,508 
4,378 
8,688 
3002 
5.532 
3,860 



6,000 

3,038 

10 154 

3,958 



e.eoo 1 

29,109 
8.053 
3,403 



2,800 
3,080 



5,845 
7,181 
5,500 
3,752 
2,O0O 
8.212 
8,860 
3,018 
3,351 
2,102 
8,249 
2,904 
2,378 
2,500 
3,884 
3,653 
8,418 

13,063 
2,00O 
7,315 
2,094 
847,170 
3,000 
6 ; 682 
156,889 
7,472 
6,065 
5,305 

13,253 
6,000 
2,000 

43,278 
3,500 
2,652 

45,850 
8,184 
5,684 
8,466 

10,147 
l,90O 
4,925 
3,364 
4,534 
4,149 
2,447 
4,077 
3,467 
5,730 
1,245 
9,046 
3,814 
2,678 
7,800 
8,255 
700 
2,810 
4,292 
1,800 
2,126 
5,000 
1977 
2,228 
7,046 
2,514 

23,310 

18,934 

13,940 



Cities and Towns. 1890. 



TENN.— Con. 

Columbia , 

Dayton 

Edgefield 

Jackson 

Knoxville 

Memphis 

Murfreesboro... 

Nashville 

S. Pittsburgh... 
Union City. 



Abilene , 

Austin 

Beaumont 

Belton 

Bonham , 

Brenham 

Brownsville , 
Brownwood., 



Ogden 
Provo City. 
Salt Lake City. 
Spanish Fork... 

VERMONT. 



2,549 
3,027 
49,984 
10,036 
1,915 
6,160 
2,342 
3,253 
2,011 



1,800 
2,500 
2,164 
3,431 



. 647 

12,892 

3,880 

1,874 



Cleburne 

Columbus 

Corpus Christi... 

Corsicana 

Cuero 

Dallas 

Denison. , 

Denton , 

El Paso....... 

Fort Worth.. 
Gainesville.. 
Galveston..., 

Gonzales , 

Greenville.... 

Houston 

Jefferson 

Lampasas.... 

Laredo 

Marshall 

McKinney.... 

Navasota 

Orange 

Palestine 

Paris. 

San Angelo.. 
San Antonio. 

Sherman 

Sulphur Springs 

Temple 

Tyler 

Victoria 

Waco 

Waxahachie . 
Weatberford. 



UTAH. 



Barretown.... 

Brattleboro 

Bellows Falls... 

Bennington 

Burlington 

Colchester 

Montpelier 

Rockingham 

Rutland 

St. Albans 

St. Johnsbury... 

VIRGINIA. 

Alexandria 

Arlington 

Charlottesville . . 
Fredericksburg. . 

Hampton 

Lexington 

Lynchburg 

Manchester 

Norfolk 

Petersburg 

Pocahontas 

Portsmouth 

Richmond 

Roanoke 

Staunton 

Winchester 

Wytneville 



1880. 



6,100 

3,200 

5,834 

10,022 

22,447 

64,586 

3,638 

76,309 

3,238 

4,356 



4,573 

15,324 
3,265 
4,072 
4,267 
6,237 
5,027 
3,196 
3,869 
5,126 
3,016 
4378 
8,278 
3,079 

38,140 

10,959 
3,129 

10,836 

20,725 
6,563 

29,113 
3,152 
4,439 

27,411 
3,070 
3,184 

11,313 
7,196 
3,849 
6,610 
3,168 
5,834 
8,258 
5,316 

38,681 
7,320 
3,876 
4,437 
6,908 
4,879 

13,067 
3,387 
3,314 



4,t 
14,919 

5,153 
45,025 

3,476 



6,812 
6,859 
3,021 
6,391 

14,590 
5,143 
4,160 
4,579 

11,759 
7,771 
6,862 



14,318 

4,450 

6,562 

4,517 

6,538 

3,036 

19,7' 

9,2: 

34,986 

23,317 

3,980 

12,345 

80,838 

16,120 

6,921 

4.957 

3,575 



3,400 

200 

2,000 

9,'693 
33,592 

3,800 
43,350 

1,045 

1,890 



„ 3,500 

11,013 
1,650 
2,000 
1880 
4,101 
4,938 
850 
3,000 
2 000 
2000 
3,257 
3,373 

„ 1,500 

10,358 

3,975 

a l s 800 

fiF 736 

6,663 

2,667 

22,248 
1,650 
1.500 

16,513 
3,260 
2,500 
3,521 
6,624 
2,000 
1,611 
1,500 
2,997 
3,980 
1,000 

20,550 
6,093 
1,854 
2,500 
2.423 
2,010 
7,295 
3,000 
2,046 



3,396 
6,069 



20,768 
2,304 



2,060 
5,880 
2,229 
6,333 

11,365 
4,421 
3,219 
3,797 

12,149 
7,193 
5,800 



13,659 

4,500 

6.000 

5,010 

2,684 

3,000 

16,959 

6,729 

21,966 

21,666 

600 

11,390 

68,600 

4,958 
2.QOO 



united states census, 1880-1890 — Continued. 



Cities and Towns. 



WASHINGTON 

Fair Haven 

Olympia 

Port Townsend. 

Seattle 

Spokane Falls . . 

STacoma 

Vancouver 

Walla Walla.... 

W. VIRGINIA 

Charleston 

Grafton 

Huntington 

Martinsburg — 
Parkersburg — 
Wheeling 

WISCONSIN. 

Appleton 

Ashland 



1880. Cities and Towns. 1890 



4.273 

4.698 

3,327 

43,914 

19,917 

35,858 

3,364 

4,877 



6,734 
3,920 

10,084 
7,207 
8,389 

35,052, 



11,825 
16 OOO 



2,000 

700 

3,533 



1,098 
1 700 
2,500 



4,192 
30 
3,174 
6,335 
6.582 
30,737 



8,005 
951 



WIS.-Coji. 

Baraboo 

Beaver Dam. 

Beloit 

Berlin 

Chippewa Falls 

Eau Claire.. 

Fond du Lac — 
Fort Howard... 

Green Bay 

Janesville 

Kaukauna 

Kenosha 

La Crosse 

Madison 

Manitowoc 

Marinette 

Menosha 

Menekaunee — 

Menominee 

Merrill 

Milwaukee. 



1880. Cities and Towns. 1890 



4,602 

4,207 

6,276 

4,266 

8,520 

17,438 

11,942 

4,748 

8,879 

10,631! 

3,892 

6,529: 

25,053 

13,392 

7,525] 

11,513 

4,569 

3,124 

5,485| 

8,978' 

?04.150 



3,266 

3,416 

4,790 

4,007 

3,982 

10,119 

13,094 

3,083 

7,464 

9,018 

3,239 

5,039 

14,505 

10,324 

6,367 

5412 

3.144 

3052 

4,177 

3,948 

115,587 



WIS. -Con. 

Monroe 

Neenah 

Oconto 

Oshkosh 

Portage 

Prairie du Chien.l 

Racine 

Ripon 

Sheybogan... . 
Stevens Point 

Superior 

Watertown .... 
Waukesha . . . 

Wausau 

White Water . 



WYOMING. 

Cheyenne 

Laramie 

Rock S pringa. 



3,865 
5,076 
5.2211 

2^.752 
5.1J0 
3.122 

21,022 
3,354 

16.341 
7,888 

13,000 
8,870 
7475 
9,251 
4,359 



11 693 
6395 
3 377 



3 256 
4.202 
4,171 

15.748 
4,340 
2,777 

10,031 
3,017 
7,314 
4.449 
2.704 
7.883 
4,013 
4,277 
3,017 



3458 
2,090 



POPULATION OF FOREIGN CITIES, 



London, Eng 3,832,441 

Paris, France 2,325,910 

Canton, China 1,500,000 

Berlin, Prussia 1 ,315,297 

Vienna, Austria 1103,110 

Pekin, China 1 ,000,000 

St. Petersburg 949,100 

Tokio, Japan.. 902,837 

Constantinople 873,585 

Calcutta, India 871,504 

Bombay, India 773,196 

Moscow, Russia. 753,469 



Glasgow, Scotland 555,289 

Liverpool, England 552,425 

Naples, Italy 493,115 

Buenos Ayres 466,375 

Brussels, Belgium 448,088 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. . .420,000 

Madras. India 405,848 

Lyons, France 401,930 

Birmingham, Eng 400 ,75 7 

Madrid, Spain 397,890 

Amsterdam, Holland. . . .390,016 
'Marseilles, France 376,143 



Cairo, Egypt 374,838 

Dublin, Ireland. 349,486 

Manchester. Eng 341,508 

City of Mexico, Mexico. 329,535 

Leeds, Eng 309,126 

Hamburg, Ger 305,090 

Sheffield, Eng 284,410 

Rome, Italy 273,208 

Lisbon, Portugal 240,340 

Havana, Cuba 230,000 

Edinburgh, Scotland.... 228,075 



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INTEREST TABLE, 



SIX PER CENT. 



TIME. 



Si 



$2 $3 



$4 $5 



$fi 



$8 



$9 $10 5100 $1000 



1 Day 

2 " 

3 " 

4 " 

5 " 

6 " -- 

7 '• 

8 " 

9 " 

10 " 

11 " ---- 

12 " 

13 " 

14 " 

15 " 

16 " 

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18 " 

19 " 

20 " 

21 " 

22 " 

23 " 

24 " 

25 " 

26 " 

27 " 

28 " 

29 " 

1 Mon 1 

2 " 1 

3 " 2 

4 " 2 

5 " 3 

6 " 3 

7 " 4 

8 " 4 

9 " 5 

10 " 5 

11 " G 

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5 

7 
8 
10 
12 

15 

17 
18 
20 
22 
23 
25 
27 
28 
30 
32 
33 
35 
37 
38 
40 
42 
43 
45 
47 
48 
50 
1 00 
1 50 



2 00 

2 50 

3 00 

3 50 

4 00 

4 50 

5 00 

5 50 

6 00 



17 
33 

50 
67 
83 
100 
1 17 
1 33 
1 50 
1 67 

1 83 

2 00 
2 17 
2 33 
2 50 
2 67 

2 83 

3 00 
3 17 
3 33 
3 50 
3 67 

3 83 

4 00 
4 17 
4 33 
4 50 
4 67 

4 83 

5 00 
10 00 
15 00 
20 00 
25 00 
30 00 
35 00 
40 00 
45 00 
50 00 
55 00 
60 00 



SEVEN IPEI1 CENT, 



TIME. 



SI 



$3 



$4 $5 



86 



$8 $9 $10 $100 $1000 



4 Day* 

8 " 

12 " 

16 " 

20 " 

24 " 

28 " 1 

1 Mon 1 

2 " 1 

8 " 2 

i " 2 

5 " 3 

6 " 4 

7 " 4 

8 " 5 

'.I " 5 

10 " 6 

11 " 6 

1 Year 7 



16 
23 

31 
39 
47 
54 
58 
1 17 

1 75 

2 33 

2 92 

3 50 

4 08 

4 67 

5 25 

5 83 

6 42 

7 ( 



1 56 

2 33 

3 11 

3 89 

4 67 

5 44 
5 83 

11 67 
17 50 
23 33 
29 17 
35 00 
40 83 
46 67 
52 50 
58 33 
64 17 
70 00 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

In the following pages h stands for house ; bds for boards ; rms for 
rooms ; av for avenue ; bdg for building ; cor for corner ; ct for court ; emp 
for employed : n for near ; opp for opposite ; pi for place ; r for rear ; rem 
for removed; res for residence: sq for square; S. F. for South Fitchburg: 
W. F. for West Fitchburg. After the name of the street, the word street is 
omitted. 



C. B. & Co., Crocker, Burbank & Co. 
E. F. B. & Co., E. F. Belding & 
Co. 

E. M. D. & Co., E. M. Dickinson & 

Co. 

F. M. W., Fitchburg Machine Works. 
F. Mfg. Co., Fitchburg Manufactur- 
ing Co. 

F. P. Co., Fitchburg Paper Co. 

F. R. R., Fitchburg Railroad. 

F. S. B. Co., Fitchburg Steel Ball 

Co. 
F. S. E. Co., Fitchburg Steam Engine 

Co. 
F. W. Co., Fitchburg Worsted Co. 



G. W. W. P. Co., George W. Wheel- 
wright Paper Co. 

I. J. A. & C. Works, Iver Johnson's 
Arms and Cycle Works. 

J. B. Mfg. Co., John Becker Manu- 
facturing Co. 

N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., New York, 
New Haven and Hartford Rail- 
road. 

P. M. Co., Putnam Machine Co. 

S. Mfg. Co., Simonds Manufacturing 
Co. 

S. R.-M. Co., Simonds Rolling-Ma- 
chine Co. 

U. M. Co., Union Machine Co. 



Abbot Calva Miss, bds 84 Snow 

Charles K., rem to New York city 

Nancy J., widow James, h 84 Snow 
Abbott Frank W., letter carrier, h 104 Highland av 

F. W. Mrs., music teacher, bds 6 Milk 

Joseph Q., paymaster F. Mfg. Co., bds 104 Highland av 

Joseph W., engineer F. R. R., h 110 Myrtle av 

P. E. & Co., B. C. Grommon manager, 5 and 10 cent store, 216 
Main 

Philander E., (P. E.Abbott & Co.) 216 Main, res Bridgeport, Ct. 
Abell Henry B., (Tinsley & Abell) 234 Main, h 125 Charles 

Reuben H., flagman F. R. R., h North n Lenox 
Abramson Sakarias, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 78 Circle 



24 FITCHBURG [A] DIRECTORY. 

Acker Otto A., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 105 High 
Ackermann Paul, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 21 Beech 
Ackley Edward F., traveling salesman, h 76 Mt. Vernon 

Edward W., assessor, h 52 Mt. Vernon 

Maude A. Miss, clerk overseers of poor office, bds 75 Blossom 

Nathan E., foreman U. M. Co., h 75 Blossom 

Walter L., bds 52 Mt. Vernon 

— see Akeley 
Adair Alecia C. Miss, housekeeper 67 Prichard 

ADAIR HUGH A., horseshoer 17 Snow, h 36 Highland av [see 
page 496] 

Adam Joseph, carpenter, h 24 Federal 

Adams Annie, widow Leonard, h r 32 Putnam 

Cyrus W., emp W. A. Garno, bds 8 Weymouth 

Edward E., teamster, h 143 North 

Eli H., engineer F. R. R., h 159 Blossom 

Elizabeth B., widow Enoch C, bds 8 Weymouth 

Ernest H., steam fitter Jennison Plumbing Co., h 26 Mechanic 

Express Co., John C. Green agent, office at Union depot 

Frank, engineer N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 113 Highland av 

George K., clerk 222 Main, h 113 Highland av 

George W„ engineer F. R. R., h (2) 78 Charles 

Harriet P. Miss, h 315 Blossom 

ADAMS HENRY B., variety wood turner 126 Water, h 102 
Blossom [see page 442] 

John Q., carpenter emp W. H. Keyes, rms 5 Cherry 

Mary, widow Thomas, h 143 Blossom 

Oliver Q., emp W. A. Garno, h 102 Myrtle av 

Peter, rem to Gardner 

Samuel M., foreman pattern dept U. M. Co., h 36 Chestnut 

Susan R. Mrs., h Brier 

Walter F., clerk 199 Water, h 67 1-2 Milk 

William E., emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 243 Water 

William S., emp F. S. B. Co., bds 5 Congress pi 

William W., pressman 25 Water, h 25 Payson 
A damson Charles, rem to Pittsburg, Pa. 

James, cm]) Beoli Co., h 153 Westminster, W. F. 

William, carpenter, h 34 Ash 
Addison Charles Morris Rev., rem to Stamford, Ct. 

Julia II., widow S. Ridout, rem to Stamford, Ct. 
Addy William S., brakeman F. R. R., rms 38 Day 
Adishian Krckor, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 473 Main 
Adjustable^ Saw Table Co., machinists, H. A. Hawley and F. E. 

Farwell, proprietors, r 5 Main 
Adkius William T., h 130 Myrtle av 
Adler Ernest J., clerk 354 Main, bds 255 Rollstone 

Lebrecht ()., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 255 Rollstone 
Aerial Hook and Ladder Co. No. 2, 28 Oliver 



FITCHBURG [A] DIRECTORY. 25 

Agrym John H., clerk 186 Main, rms National House 
Ahala Aleks, laborer, h 8 Walnut 

Antti, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 91 Mechanic 

Kalle, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 91 Mechanic 
Aher William H., laborer, h 317 Water 
Ahern Catherine Miss, emp G. W. W. P. Co., bds 3 Portland 

Daniel, laborer, h 60 Railroad 

Jeremiah, city laborer, h 12 Worcester 

John, foreman Iver Johnson's Arms and Cycle Works, h 143 
Water 

John S., emp F. R. R. shop, h 36 Putnam 

Lizzie Miss, emp F. W. Co., h 31 Granite 

Lorena Miss, rem to Boston 

Mary Miss, emp G. W. W. P. Co., bds 31 Granite 

Patrick, laborer, bds 3 Portland 

— see O'Hearn 
Ahlin Claes E., foreman Iver Johnson's Arms and Cycle Works, h 

10 Read 
Alio Andro, laborer, bds 91 Mechanic 

Andro, laborer, h 91 Mechanic 

Eljas, emp. S. Mfg. Co., h 26 Harwood place 

Isak, emp Fitchburg Creamery, bds 21 Franklin 

Jakob, laborer, h 99 Mechanic 

John, emp P. M. Co., h 21 Franklin 

John, laborer, bds 119 High 

Oskar, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 91 Mechanic 
Ahonen Sylvester, baker emp 9 Blossom, rms 133 1-2 do. 
Aiken Jessie Mrs., bds Hotel Westmoreland 
Ainaire Aime, emp Beoli Co., h 85 Plymouth 
Aironen Henry, clerk 147 Main, bds 94 Laurel 
Aitchison Harry, carriage trimmer and harness maker Brook cor 

Central, h 72 Laurel 
Aitken David, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 15 Huron 

Jessie S. Mrs., h 48 Day 
Akelev Meyer, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 53 Fox 

Willard H. emp S. R.-M. Co., h 60 Prichard 
Akermann — see Ackermann 

Akers Reuben R., clerk Grant Yarn Co., bds 20 Congress 
Albee George F., bookkeeper F. F. Woodward & Co., h 15 Brigham 
park 

Lyman C, (Albee, Lvons & Co.) 158 Main, and prop Fitchburg 
Shirt Co., h 21 9" Blossom 

Lyons & Co. (L. C. Albee and W. J. Lyons), clothing 158 
Main 
Albert Celestin, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 187 Fairmount 

Peter, mason, h 192 Fairmount 
Alden Elliott O., carpenter, rms 31 Grove 

Fred S., yard conductor N. Y.. N. H. & H. R. R., h 21 East 



26 FITCHBITRG [A] DIRECTORY. 

A Men Lillu E. Miss, emp Leominster, bds 14 Lenox 

Rosa D. Miss, emp Leominster, bds 14 Lenox 
Aldoes David B., rem to Marlboro 

ALDRICH FRANK W., prop Hotel Westmoreland 27 Day, 
hdo. 

Fred L., emp V. S. Fay, h 8 Congress pi 

Marcus S., clerk M. W. Cnmmings, h 52 Forest 

Martha C, widow Lucius, h 79 Prichard 

Moses D., carpenter, h 43 Farmer, W. F. 

Sarah M., widow Hiram C, bds 120 Lawrence 

William A. S., fireman F. R. R., h 96 Green 
Alexander C. E. Mrs., rem to Leominster 

Charles S., principal Day street school, h 24 Atlantic av 

Herbert C, rem to Leominster 

John W., clerk 172 Fairmount, h 228 Plymouth . 

Samuel, rem to Athol 

Walter H., emp F. W. Co.. h 7 Fairlawn 
Alfredian HaU, 157 Ashburuham, W. F. 
Alger George A., machinist, h 69 Cedar 

Israel F., shears and saw sharpener 355 1-2 Main, h do. 

Sophronia, widow G. H., nurse, h 10 Cherry 
Alison Robert H., machinist emp P. M. Co., bds 55 Walton 

Robert J., machinist emp P. M. Co., h 55 Walton 

William, emp P. M. Co., h 163 Charles 

— see Allison 
Alkkala Heikki, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 91 Mechanic 

Sepanais, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 91 Mechanic 
Allaire Matthias, mason, h 48 Plymouth ' 

Wilfred, carpenter, h 503 Water 
Allard Durfee, (Allard & Bonney) 206 Main, rms 14 Waverly 

Elizabeth L. Miss, teacher high school, bds 96 Pleasant 

John W., rem to Framingham 

Joseph, rem to Canada 

Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 85 Plymouth 

Mary L. Miss, dressmaker 521 Main, bds do. 

Napoleon, emp Boston Screw Co., bds 521 Main 

Norbert, laborer J. dishing & Co., h 521 Main 

Paul, emp B. M. Pitts, bds 611 Main 

Ross, bds 84 Pacific 

& Bonney (Durfee Allard and Joel S. Bonney), barbers 206 
Main 
Allen Adolph, laborer, h 8 Leger 

Alfred P., rem to Worcester 

Charles, emp Orswell Mills, bds 2 Cleghorn 

ALLEN CHARLES, prop Fitchburg Enamel Works r 26 East, 
h 99 Day [see p 466] 
Charles E., jobber and manager Litch & Allen's Orchestra, h 
39 Cedar 






FITCHBURG [A] DIRECTORY. 27 

Allen Charles H., emp S. Mfg. Co., h Mt. Vernon n Blossom 
Charles L., emp F. R. R. ear shops, h 188 Summer 
David, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 275 Fairmount 
Delia Mrs., grocer 44 Academy, h 564 Main 
F. H. Mrs., confectionery 13 Laurel, h (2) 13 Blossom 
Flora Miss, emp Leominster, bds 22 Congress 
Frank, laborer, h 14 Farwell pi 
Frank C, (Allen & Lesure) 146 Main, h 25 Wood 
Frank H., candy maker emp 39 North, h (2) 13 Blossom 
Frank P., manager 44 Academy, h 564 Main 
Frank S., baker emp 370 Main, h 57 Grove 
George E., painter, bds Bay State House 
George J., h 45 Arlington 
George O., clerk 138 Main, bds 99 Day 
Hannah, h 208 Canton 

Harry F., bookkeeper F. M. Works, bds 18 Hartwell 
Harry J., clerk 228 Main, h 3 Payson ct 
Henry T., h 113 Myrtle av 
Herbert B., fireman F. R. R., h 52 Hartwell 
Joseph G., emp Grant Yarn Co., h 54 Laurel 
Lewis H., watchmaker emp 194 Main, rms 429 do. 
Louis J., clerk 142 W T ater, bds 58 Walnut 
Marietta S. Miss, dressmaker emp 150 Main, bds 99 Day 
Martha J. F. Mrs., h 18 Hartwell 
Maxime, emp Beoli Co., h r 43 Allen 
M. J. P. Mrs., dressmaker, bds 71 Pacific 
Oliver J., canvasser, bds 62 Winter 
Parfait, clerk, h 58 Walnut 
Peter S., clerk 44 Academy, h 44 Franklin 
Ralph H., pattern maker F. M. Works, rms 30 Payson 
Reuben, rem to New Brunswick 
S. C, emp S. Mfg. Co., rms 32 Main 
Sanford, bds 86 1-2 Lawrence 
Sarah A., widow T. P., dressmaker, h 17 Day 
Seth S., emp F. R. R., h 206 Summer 
Solomon, plasterer, h off Jackson av 
William, emp S. R.-M. Co., h off 181 South 
William E., emp Beoli Co., h 99 Phillips, W. F. 
William H, driver Hose No. 3, Factory sq, rms do. 

ALLEN & LESURE (Frank C. Allen and Frank G. Lesure), 
clothiers and gents' furnishers 146 Main [see page 461] 
— see Ahlin 
Allen's Orchestra, C. E. Allen leader, 39 Cedar 

Allison Fannie M. Miss, stenographer Safety Fund National Bank, 
bds 37 Prospect 
Henry, pres Safetv Fund National Bank, (Allison & Sweet) 
229 Main, h 37 Prospect 



28 FITOHBURG [A] DIRECTORY. 

Allison & Sweet (Henry Allison and Frank W. Sweet), investments, 
loans, insurance and real estate (11 and 12) 229 Main 

— see Alison 
Almshouse, George P. Holton supt, Wanoosnoc rd cor Water 
Alquest Anton, engineer, bds 1041 River, W. F. 

John, coachman 60 Temple, W. F., bds do. 
Alton Henriette, widow Prudent, bds 22 Daniels 
Alvord Frank A., with Lyman Patch 390 Main, h 10 Marshall 
A 1 ward Azalia Miss, waitress 19 1-2 Day, bds 9 Cherry 

James W., emp S. R.-M. Co., rms 9 Cherry 

Melissa, widow John, h 9 Cherry 
Alwis Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 67 Beech 

William H., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 67 Beech 
Alzingre Barbara, widow Francis, h 85 Lunenburg 

Emma Miss, emp E. M. D. & Co., rms 85 Lunenburg 
American Compellator Co. ^ Charles B. Smith, Alpha Garth, Henry 

Smith), mfrs woolen machinery attachments, 42 West 
American Express Co., Charles W. Thompson agent, office 245 Main 
and in passenger depot 

AMERICAN HOUSE, Will A. Cole prop, 130 and 132 Main 
[see page 499] 
AMERICAN HOUSE STABLE, Chester F. Dewing prop. 12 
Day [see page 497] 
Ames Frederick C, (Leominster Express) 135 Main, res Leominster 

Henry E., h 471 Main 

L. J. Miss, housekeeper 10 Marshall 

Martin W., carpenter, h 60 Marshall 

S. K., butter store 76 Main, Edward L. Yeaton manager 
Amidon Robert, emp F. R. R., rms 24 Day 
Amiott Adolph, emp J. dishing & Co., h 46 Pine 

Alfred G., grinder, bds 46 Pine 

George, clerk 222 Main, res Leominster 

Henry, rem to Haverhill : 

John M., emp C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 159 Rollstone 

Nelson, emp C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 24 Pine 
Amsdyl Martha Mrs., bds 64 Academy 
Anderson Adolph, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 6 Bond 

Alfred, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 26 Marshall 

Alfred, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 18 Nutting 

Alfred, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 16 West 

Andrew, laborer M. J. Perault, bds 84 Rollstone 

Andrew P., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 12 Highland ct 

Anna Miss, h 10 Leighton 

Anton, rem to Worcester 

August, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 14 Goddard 

August, emp Beoli Co., bds Turnpike, W. F. 

August R., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 10 Bond 

August W., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 23 West 



FITCHBURG [A] DIRECTORY. 20 

Anderson Axel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 6 Bond 

Bertha Miss, h 10 Leighton 

Carl G., rem to Lowell 

Charles, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 52 Oliver 

Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 195 River 

Charles A., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 25 Kimball pi 

Charles J., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 195 River 

Charles P., emp E. M. D. & Co., h 61 Clinton 

Charles W., station agent F. R. R., h 48 Mt. Vernon 

Emanuel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 10 Beech lane 

Erick, rem to Worcester 

Gustav, foreman Iver Johnson's Arms and Cycle Works, h 75 
Kimball 

Hans, watchman I. J. A. & C. Works, h r 35 Mechanic 

Hiski, laborer, bds 91 Mechanic 

Jacob, mechanic, bds 119 High 

Johanna Mrs., nurse, h 142 Mechanic 

John, baker emp 306 Main, bds 126 High 

John, rem to Sweden, 

John O., h 25 Kimball pi 

Joseph H., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 572 Main 

Julius, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 62 Goddard 

Napoleon, teamster Gilchrest, Wiley & Foss, h 98 Plymouth 

Nils, farmer Burbank Hospital, Burbank, h do. 

Nils, emp Beoli Co., h Turnpike, W. F. 

Orren, emp J. B. Mfg. Co., bds 116 High 

Otto A., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 6Q Goddard 

Otto E., bookkeeper, h Nockege 

Richard E., emp C. B. & Co., h 424 Turnpike, W. F. 

Samuel, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 439 North 

Samuel, agent N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 24 Goodwin 

Sarah A., widow William, bds 24 Goodwin 

Sven, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 16 Highland ct 

William R., emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R , h 19 Portland 
Andrews Albert H., customs inspector, Boston, h 172 Prichard 

Augustus L., farmer, h High Rock rd 

Catherine F. Miss, clerk C. B. & Co., bds 172 Prichard 

Charles E., bookkeeper 494 Main, bds 77 Arlington 

Cynthia O. Miss, rms 90 Blossom 

Frank A., student, bds 77 Arlington 

Henry, farmer, bds Pearl Hill rd 

Herbert, farmer, h Pearl Hill rd 

Jane W., widow Artemas F., h Pearl Hill rd 

Jennie Miss, h 93 Green 

John, farmer, h High Rock rd 

Lora H. Miss, dressmaker 172 Prichard, bds do. 

Martha E. Miss, stenographer, bds 172 Prichard 

Mary J., widow Hezekiah, h 90 Blossom 



30 FITCHBURG [A] DIRECTORY. 

Ano Joseph, teamster emp J. H. Holland, h 486 Water 

Peter T., teamster E. A. Goodrich, h 17 Jackson av 
Ansorge Emil, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 69 Leighton 

Henry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 69 Leighton 
Anthil Dolphis, emp Orswell Mills, h 35 Rockland 

Elzeard, emp Orswell Mills, h 104 Plymouth 

Ernest, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 104 Plymouth 

Exeor, emp Orswell Mills, h r 22 Plymouth 

Henry, emp 113 Water, h 148 1-2 do. 

Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 104 Plymouth 

Louis, emp Leominster, h 41 Madison 

Octave, barber 167 Fairmount; bds 41 Madison 
Antia Lejandon, laborer, h 2 Franklin 
Anttilla Henrik, emp W. A. Hardy, h 148 1-2 Water 
Appleby James M., barber emp O. P. Remington, and teacher of 

dancing 206 Main, h 15 Snow 
Applin Sophia S. Mrs., h 197 Blossom 
Apps William R., rem to New York state 
Arakelian Lacas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 16 Allen 

Sahag, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 16 Allen 

Surabian, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 16 Allen 
Arbour Andrew, stonecutter, h 207 Water 
Arch Edward, electrician emp 5 Oliver, h 253 Oak Hill rd 
Archambault Denis, city laborer, h Canton ext 
Archambeault Thomas, emp Nockege Mill, h Whitteraore 
Ardis William, machinist P. M. Co., h 74 Kimball 
Ardolino Emilio, laborer, bds 170 Hey wood 
Amies Ellen Miss, bds 438 Water 

Lathrop, h 438 Water 
Armory, M. V. M., 14 Church n Main 
Armour & Co., G. R. Williams manager, wholesale Chicago dressed 

beef and provisions, 31 Laurel 
Armstrong Robert C, emp 6 Highland av, rms do 

Silas M., meat peddler 20 Winch, h do 
Arnold Adney T., engineer Star Worsted Co., h 54 Snow 

Alvira A., widow Irving, h 21 Oliver 

Elizabeth P., h 66 Lunenburg 

Fabius H., jobber and teamster, and dealer in wood 16 Harwood 
pi, h do. 

Fabius H. Jr., teamster emp 16 Harwood pi, bds do. 

Fred I., machinist, bds 21 Oliver 

Mary A., widow Charles, h 9 Park 

Mary P. Miss, money order clerk postoffice, bds 66 Lunenburg 
Aroian John, prop National House 398 and 400 Main, h do. 

Malleoli, emp Boston Screw Co., rms 100 Day 

Sum pad, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 100 Day 

Sumpad, em]) I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 400 Main 
Arovian Sarkis, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 538 Main 



FITCHBURG [A] DIRECTORY. 31 

Arsenault Fred, laborer, h 43 Allen 

John, erap Bartow & Cookson, h 13 Woodland 

Joseph, emp Beoli Co., h 129 Madison 

Louis, emp Beoli Co., h 8 Leger 

Mark, weaver, bds 21 Allen 
Arthur James J., emp W. A. Hardy, h 25 First 
Ash George, emp F. R. R. shop, h 27 Baker 

John F., slater, emp T. F. Kennedy, h 115 Hey wood 

William, laborer, h 77 Beech 

— see Dufresue 
Ashburnham Express, A. G. Whintey, 135 and 364 Main 

St. School, Ashburnham cor Russell, W. F. 
Ashjian Charlie, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 97 Beech 

John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 97 Beech 

Madiros, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 97 Beech 

Mugardich, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 97 Beech 
Ashline Frank, emp Slar Worsted Co., bds 451 Westminster Hill rd 
W. F. 

Jacob, teamster C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 100 High 

Jeremiah, emp F. Paper Co., h 452 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Joseph M., teamster F. Paper Co., h 451 Westminster Hill rd, 
W. F. 

Nelson, teamster P. M. Co., h -275 Water 

Solomon, teamster R. Wallace, h 83 High 

William H., teamster F. Duck Mill, h 404 Water, S. F. 
Ashton Clara Mrs., emp Orsvxell Mills, bds 4 Sheldon 

Frederick W., drug clerk, bds 29 South 

William K., engineer G. W. W. P. Co., h 29 South 
Asijala Charles, rem to Finland 

John, emp F. W. Co., h 18 Walnut 
Aslin Charles, laborer, h 2 Highland ct 
Asmon Edna Miss, emp depot restaurant, rms 14 Mt. Vernon 

Louisa Miss, nurse, inquire 196 Main, rms 14 Mt. Vernon 
Aspden Nancy, widow Matthias, h 65 Cleghorn 
Asquith Hammond, emp F. W. Co., h 90 Albee 
Asselin Edouard O., h Jackson av 
Atherton A. M. Mrs., rem to New York 

Edwin D., commission dealer, h 270 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Hannah, widow S. F., bds 8 Beacon 

Myron J., rem to New York 

Reuben A., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 97 Lincoln 

Willie H., foreman F. & L. St. Ry., h 95 Carey 

Willis B., clerk Fitchburg Grain Co., bds 270 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Atkins Edward J., piano tuner emp 157 Main, rms 43 Blossom 
Attila Lejander, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 2 Franklin 
Atwell Francello G., principal Ashburnham street grammar school, 

h 669 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Atwood Arthur H., sales manager S. R.-M. Co., 24 Willow 



32 FTTCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 

Atwood Charles L., mason, h 514 Blossom 

Fred A., fireman F. R. R., h 8 Cherry 

George W., rem to Westminster 

Walter A., loan broker (6) 162 Main, h 92 Mt. Vernon 
Audrin Julius, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h r 54 West 
Auffrey Arthur, rem to New Brunswick 

Edmund, rem to New Brunswick 

Philip, rem to New Brunswick 
Auger Mary, widow Eli, h 604 Water 
Austin Fred C, linotype operator F. E. Mail, rms 38 Day 

Furniture Co , furniture, carpets and house furnishings, 223 and 
225 Main 

H. G., cutter E. M. D. & Co., rms 167 Main 

Ida M. Miss, teacher, bds 4 Taft 

James A., treas Austin Furniture Co. 223 Main, h 4 Taft 

James B., pres Austin Furniture Co. 223 Main, h 77 Mt. Globe 

Laforest P., engineer F. R. R., h 62 Lawrence 

Walter A., sec Austin Furniture Co. 223 Main, h 4 Taft 
Autzen Anna B. Miss, clerk 226 Main, bds 24 Payson 

Hans, rem to Orange, Ct. 
Averill Thomas, emp U. M. Co., h 29 Pleasant 
Avery Granville, farmer, h Asburnham Hill rd 

John L., machinist W. H. Blake Steam Pump Co., h 36 Winter 
Axelson Andrew Johan, emp F. R. R. car shops, h 31 Fulton 

John A. Rev., pastor Swedish Evan. Cong, church, h 83 High 
Ayer Charles W., emp F. R. R., h 23 Garfield 

Harry W., rem to Maine 

Baavala Heikki, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 91 Mechanic 
Babb Henry C, emp oil room F. R. R., h 90 Highland av 
Babbitt Charles A., attorney-at-law, (Babbitt & Farrar) 206 Main, 
h 431 do. 

Charles A., barber Main cor Laurel, h 10 Cross 

Edwin C, supt Willard Screen Plate Co., h (2) 48 North 

Frank ()., foreman Adjustable Saw Table Co., h 15 Oak 

Helen M. Miss, cashier 210 Main, bds 10 Cross 

Ida E. Miss, bds 42 Lunenburg 

Ida M. Miss, stenographer, bds (2) 48 North 

Milton P., h 19 Bond 

Susan, widow Charles W., h 42 Lunenburg 

Willard N., barber, h 58 Laurel 

& Farrar (Charles A. Babbitt and William G. Farrar), lawyers, 
206 Main 
Babineau Calixte, bds 27 Baker 

Dominick, laborer, h 27 Baker 

Prank, rem to Haverhill 

John, rem to Canada 

Josephine Miss, emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 572 River 






FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 33 

Babineau Maxime, carpenter, bds 12 Baker 
Bachand Charles, carpenter, h 204 Beech 

Bachmann Emil, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds Richardson rd n High 
Rock rd 

Friedholdt, farmer, h Richardson rd n High Rock rd 

Henry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 18 Foster 

Herman, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 50 Franklin 
Back Jacob, emp estate J. C. Whitney, bds 44 Goddard 

— see Beck 
Backman Charles, laborer, bds 44 Goddard 

Edla Miss, dressmaker, bds 16 West 
Backstrom Adolph, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 572 Main 

Alfred, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 46 Goddard 

Andrew, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 46 Goddard 
Bacon Alice L., widow O. F., rem to Leominster 

Frank, clerk 171 Fairmount, bds Madison n Pratt rd 

William P.. h 8 Congress pi 
Baeslack Adolph, emp J. B. Mfg. Co., h 103 Albee 

William, student, bds 103 Albee 
Bagley Benjamin G., carpenter, h 54 Grove 

Frank A., real estate agent (1) 234 Main, h 190 1-2 do. 

George C, emp P. M. Co., h 42 Garnet 

Louisa, widow Almon, bds 190 1-2 Main 

Mary Ann, widow Charles H., bds 4 Salem 
Bagshaw Arthur, collector Am. Wringer Co., rms 52 Day 
Baier Fred, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. f A), h 48 Goddard 

Henry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 27 Wall 

John C, emp ParkhiU Mfg. Co., h 19 Wall 
Bailey Benjamin F., livery, feed and sale stable Grove cor Brook, 
rms do. 

Ebenezer, clerk Fitchburg Mutual Fire Insurance Co., rms 39 
High 

Edward H., h 66 Myrtle avenue 

E. Foster, h 39 High 

Fred W., jobber, h 80 North 

George A., h 128 Lunenburg 

George M., bds 139 Lunenburg 

BAILEY HARRISON, attorney-at-law (9) 352 Main, bds 39 
High [see page 444] 
Jennie A., widow George A., h 39 Oliver 
John, rem to England 
Julia M., widow Orra, bds 80 North 
Lydia A. Mrs., rem to Rochester, N. Y. 
Nellie E. Mrs., dressmaker, h 94 Snow 
Sarah J., widow J. A., nurse, h 58 Green 
William H., rem to Dayville, Ct. P*e.m*^, 

BAILEY WILLIAM K, civil engineer (35) Park bldg 117 
Main, h 9 William [see page 447] 



34 FITOHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 

Baillargon Joseph, emp Orswell Mills, h r 77 Clegborn 

BAKER CHARLES P., attorney-at-law (Norcross & Baker) 
140 Main, h 15 Arlington 
Ellen L. Miss, stenographer F. & L. St. Ry. Co., h 63 North 
Frank W., fireman F. R. R., h 102 Blossom 
Frank W., pattern maker S. Mfg. Co., rms 13 Blossom 
Fred C, rem to Chicago, 111. 
Fred H., brakeman F. R. R , rms 68 Green 
Horatio S., brakeman F. R. R., h 107 1-2 Myrtle av 
Joseph, emp Orswell Mills, rms 15 Rockland 
Joseph, emp Jacob Borowsky, h 30 First 
Warren C, agent Singer Mfg. Co. 74 Main, bds 13 Blossom 
William, emp Parkhill Mf>. Co. (C), h 66 Goddard 

BAKER WILLIAM & SON, (William H. Baker) fire insur- 
ance 140 Main [see page 449] 

William H., (William Baker & Son) 140 Main, h at Lunen- 
burg 

Winfred E., telegraph operator W. U. Tel. Co., rms 110 Blossom 

— see Boulanger and Belanger 
Bakke Ole, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 10 Leighton 
Baland Joseph, laborer, h 572 River 

Louis, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 572 River 
Balcom Francis S., traveling salesman, h 35 Winter 

Frank M., clerk 87 Main, h 32 do. 

S. Emory, engineer F. Mfg. Co., h 66 Fairview, W. F. 
Baldiga George, rem to Gardner 
Baldwin Almon A., rem to Dublin, N. H. 

Charles A., fireman, bds 66 Pearl 

Charles W., bookkeeper Orswell Mill, bds 2 Falulah 

Cora Miss, dressmaker, bds 2 Falulah 

Edward, carpenter, h 67 Snow 

Eugene W.,empG. E. Waite & Co., h 550 Westminster, W. F. 

John M., engineer, h 66 Pearl 

Mattie D. Miss, compositor 389 Main, bds 38 School 

Samuel D., h 38 School 

Spencer, emp F. W. Co., h 82 Birch 

William Jr., real estate agent, h 2 Falulah 
Ball Albert, emp C. B. & Co., bds Turnpike cor Princeton rd, W. F. 

Emanuel, emp C. B. & Co., h Turnpike cor Princeton rd, W. F. 

Forrest E., emp F. R. R., h 81 Cedar 

Percy W., bookkeeper I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 91 Charles 

Robert A., brakeman F. R. R., h 32 Clinton 
Ballantine Eva Miss, nurse Burbank Hospital, bds do. 

William D., student, rms 72 Grove 
Ballard Master, clerk 385 Main, h 80 Rollstone 
Ballon Albert A., farmer, h High Rock rd 

Henry A., rem to Mansfield, Ct. 

John F., barber 548 Westminster, W. F., h 53 Wachusett, do. 






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FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 35 

Ballou John M., saw filer 20 Newton pi, h 62 Laurel 
Bamberg Gustaf, emp R. A. Leonard* h off 36 Cane 
Bamford Calvin T., emp F. S. E. Co., h 7 Congress 
Bancroft John, overseer Star Worsted Co., h 55 West 
Banister Allen W., emp F. R. R., h 44 Laurel 

Mary E., widow Sylvester, h 60 Pearl 

Mary L., widow Charles, h 1 Brook 

BANNER STEAM LAUNDRY, John K. Stewart prop, r 109 
Myrtle av [see page 462] 
Banvell Bridget, widow William, bds 563 Fairmount, W. F. 
Banyea Henry J., clerk 120 Main, h 11 Charles 
Bardier Regis, laborer, h 40 Falulah 
Bardsley William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 50 West 

William E., emp Nockege Mill, h 13 Chestnut 
Barker Ann Mrs., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 9 Pleasant 

Blaney P., rem to Marlboro 

Chester S., blacksmith F. R. R., rms 13 Payson 

Edson W., brakeman F. R. R., h 118 North 

Elizabeth Miss, emp Leominster, bds 9 Pieasant 

Henry, overseer Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 96 Rollstone 

Henry D., foreman at jail, bds Hotel Westmoreland 
Barlow Mary Ann, widow James, h 6 1-2 Congress 

William A., emp P. M. Co., bds 6 1-2 Congress 
Barnard — see Bernard 
Barnes Alfred W., foreman F. W T ater Works, h 11 Winch 

Alice K. Miss, clerk 25 Prichard, bds 25 Boylston 

Eva M. Miss, teacher, bds 25 Boylston 

J. Arthur, student, bds 25 Boylston 

James W., barber 507 Main, res Leominster 

John, supt. G. W. W. P. Co., Old Furnace, h 25 Boylston 

John A., carpenter, h 95 Pacific 

John E., clerk Litchfield & Stebbins, bds 25 Boylston 

John W., slater emp W. Edwards Slate Co., bds 29 North 
Barnett Nellie Miss, h 6 Doane 
Barnicle Anthony, emp Falulah Paper Co , bds 39 Cane 

Patrick, emp F. R. R. shop, h 573 Water 
Barnum Jacob, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 54 Oliver 
Barr Frank, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 81 Green 

Frank P., clerk 170 Main, bds 67 Mt. Vernon 

James, h 599 Main 

James, plumber 31 Lincoln, h do 

John M., boss dyer Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 114 Leighton 
Barrett Alfred, emp F. R. R. shop, h 16 Market 

Charles, emp J. dishing & Co., h 71 Townsend 

Edward, emp D. M. Dillon, bds 4 Main 

George H., clerk American House, bds do 

Honora, widow William, bds 22 Hale 

L. A. Mrs., dressmaker 9 Day, h do 



36 FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 

Barrett Mary, widow John, h 12 Crown 

Patrick, emp D. M. Dillon, bds 6 Middle 

Whitney D., card writer, h 9 Day 

William, emp F. R. R. shop, h 22 Hale 
Barrows Bert J., emp C. B. & Co., bds 117 Phillips, W. F. 

Charles E., emp F. R. R., bds 93 North 

Ellon L., emp G. E. Waite & Co., h off Norwood n River, W.F. 

John W., emp R. A. Leonard, h 117 Phillips, W. F. 

Leon W., bds 117 Phillips, W. F. 
Barry Cornelius, laborer, bds 71 Albee 

Daniel, laborer, h 71 Albee 

David, emp C. B. & Co., h 713 Westminster, W. F. 

Edward H., hostler 12 Day, rms 144 Main 

John, laborer, h 10 Morris 

Marv A., widow John, h 8 Smith 

Patrick, laborer, bds 71 Albee 
Barsamian Zakaria, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 19 Federal 
Barter Frank H., emp F. R. R., h 15 Brandon av 
Barthel Horace J., rem to Gardner 

Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 82 Circle - 
Bartholomew Rosette S., widow Harvey C, h 32 Snow 

William C, painter, h 32 Snow 
Bartlett Alonzo, rem to Deerfield 

Arthur E., rem to Leominster 

Arthur F., bds 30 Berry 

Charles H., emp F. W. Co., bds 31 Newton 

Clarence A., emp H. B. Dyer, bds 30 Berry 

David P., farmer, h Fisher rd near Marshall rd 

Francis W., bds 98 Prichard 

Gerry B., with Beoli Co., h 464 Main 

Grace E. Miss, compositor Fitchburg Sentinel, bds 45 Clinton 

Herbert E., clerk 385 Main, h 30 Berry 

Hubert C, job printer 239 1-2 Main, h 45 Clinton 

flames F., junk dealer, h 30 Berry 

Julius H., bds 30 Berry 

Levi J., emp F. W. Co., h 31 Newton 

Louis D., h 98 Prichard 

Wilbur C, emp Austin Furniture Co., bds 30 Berry 

William L., rem to Garden City, Kansas 

Winthrop W., furniture, paper hangings, stoves, etc., 19 Prich- 
ard, h Ashburnham Hill rd 
Bartley Catherine, widow Edward, h 9 Third 

John F., plumber, bds 9 Third 

Lizzie B. Miss, bookkeeper, bds 9 Third 

Mary E. Miss, teacher, bds 9 Third 
Bartow Cora G., widow Samuel B. Jr., vocal teacher, h 25 Beacon 

Sarah T., widow Samuel B., bds 450 Main 

& Cookson, mfrs cotton and woolen batting and dealers in 
cotton and woolen waste, 413 River 



FITOHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 37 

Bartschmid Alois, rem to Hartford, Conn. 

Bascom Irwin O., market gardener and farmer, h Fisher rd n Pearl 

Hillrd 
Silas M., market gardener and farmer, h Fisher rd near Pearl 

Hill rd 
Bashaw Albert H.. emp F. R. R., rms 102 Snow 
Baslack — see Baeslack 

BASSETT ALBERT A., baker 32 Day, h 93 Green [see page 
471] 

Carrie A. Mrs., housekeeper 15 Cascade, W. F. 

John H., emp Beoli Co., h 13 Sanborn, W. F. 
Bassom Abdenoor, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 546 Main 
Bastarche Edward, mason, h 21 Allen 

Elphege, bds 21 Allen 

Eustace, laborer, h 265 Fairmount 

Patrick, carpenter, h 275 Fairmount 

Peter, rem to Portsmouth, N. H. 

BATCHELDER CLARK A., attorney-at-law and notary public 
Rollstone Bank block (6) 129 Main, h 13 Gage [see p 444] 
Bateman Ann, widow William, h 35 Crescent 
Bates Abbie J., widow Asel, h 134 Lunenburg 

Alice A. Miss, dressmaker 135 Green, bds do. 

Arthur F., (Palace Steam Laundry Co.) Albee, h 13 Linden 

BATES BROS., (A. F. and C. G. Bates) props Palace Steam 
Laundry Co. 180 Albee [see page 462] 

Charles, emp P. M. Co., h 135 Green 

Clayton G., (Palace Steam Laundry Co.) Albee, res Leominster 

Daniel A., peddler, h 15 Redman 

Fred L., painter, h 22 1-2 Prichard 

Flenry A., rem to Lawrence 

Mary A., widow David, h 54 Mechanic 

William, emp F. W. Co., h 422 Water 
Batten William, overseer Grant Yarn Co., h 472 Main 
Batterson Aaron B., popcorn, etc., h 26 Pleasant 
Battles Alvin E., molder emp 27 Main, h 69 Highland av 

Bridget, widow Frederick C, h 723 Water 

George A., rem to Boston 

George T., emp C. L. Fairbanks, h 56 Oliver 

George W., bds b6 Oliver 

Henry C, emp Leominster, bds 723 Water 

Herbert L., emp F. Gas and Electric Light Co., h 12 Clinton 

Joseph A., h 445 Main 

Joseph T., h 119 Pearl 

Nathan L., laborer, h 68 Pine 

Walter E., machinist F. M. Works, bds 69 Highland av 

Warren D., farmer, h Mt. Elam rd 

William E., machinist P. M. Co., h 56 Highland av 
Baulne — see Mayott 



38 FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 

Baum Louis, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 169 Pratt rd 
Bavola Henry, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 91 Mechanic 
Baxter Al)by, widow Frank, bds 104 Highland av 

David, ~emp. Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 129 Madison 

William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 251 Fairmount 
Bay State House, Mrs. E. Roys prop, Railroad sq, 93 Main 
Bayer — see Baier 

Beado Napoleon, rem to Rutland, Vt. 
Bean Bros., (Moses and Robert Bean) coal and wood, 142 Water 

Henry C, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., bds 34 Walnut 

John, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 12 Falulah 

Mary Miss, clerk 127 Main, bds 60 W T alnut 

Moses, (Bean Bros.) 142 Water, h 34 Walnut 

Nelson, laborer, h 33 First 

Robert, (Bean Bros.), and molder L. H. Goodnow Foundry 
Co., h 60 Walnut 
Beane W. Josiah, lineman F. & L St. Ry., h 91 Carey 
Beard Herbert H., driver Hook and Ladder No. 2, h 50 Oliver 

Samuel F., tool sharpener, h 29 Goddard 
Beardsley Sarah J. Mrs., emp 190 Blossom, bds do. 

— see Bardsley 
Beatty E. J., rem to Charlestown 

Robert A., supt John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co. (7 and 8) 
352 Main, bds The Fitchburg 
Beauchamp Zenophide, physician 128 Fairmount, h 206 do. 
Beauchemin George, laborer, h 1 King 

H ermine Mrs. h 14 Baker 

Leon, emp Orswell Mills, h 25 Federal 

M. Pierre, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 157 Water 

Virginie Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), bds 14 Baker 
Beaucher Ishmael, horseshoer emp 519 Main, bds 192 Fairmount 

Xavier emp Holyoke, h 3 92 Fairmount 
Beaudette Frank, h 173 Main 

George, bds 84 Circle 

— see Boudette 
Beaudoin George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 75 Daniels 

Telesphore, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 65 Carey 
Beaudrault Joseph, dry goods, gents 1 furnishings, boots, shoes and re- 
pairing 13 Daniels, h do. 
Beau lac Joseph, emp F. W. Co., h 44 Falulah 

Mizael, emp F. W. Co., h 37 Dover 
Beaulieu Albert, emp F. Mfg Co., h 206 Fairmount 

Ambroise, emp F. Mfg. Co, h 9 Woodland 

John, emp F. & L. St. Ry., h 602 River 

Joseph, laborer, h 60 Columbus 

Joseph C, molder, h 46 Central 

Louis, emp F. & L. St. Ry., bds 60 Columbus 

Peter, emp F. & L. St. Ry., bds 60 Columbus 



FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 39 

Beaumont Samuel, rem to Providence, R. I. 

Beauparle — see Wellspeak • 

Beauregard Edward, emp Orswell Mills, h 43 Pratt 

Francis, emp Orswell Mills, h 45 Daniels 

George, rem to Marlboro 

Joseph, baker 29 Daniels, h 43 do. 

Joseph, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 239 River 

Louis, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 44 Falulah 

Narcisse D., overseer 527 Main, h 557 do. 
Beausoleil Elijah, emp Star Worsted Co., h 42 Daniels 

George, emp Nockege Mill, bds 42 Daniels 

Joseph, painter, h 47 Water street lane 
Beck August, flour, feed and grain, hay and straw 10 Rollstone, h 15 do. 

Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 77 Marshall 
Becker Adam, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 90 Kimball 

Caroline E., widow Martin F., h 29 Grove 

Elizabeth, widow Jacob, h 170 Kimball 

Hendrick E., music teacher 239 1-2 Main, bds 29 Grove 

John, (John Becker Mfg. Co.) 373 to 379 Water, h 383 
Blossom 

BECKER JOHN MANUFACTURING CO., (John Becker), 
mfrs milling machines and tools 373 to 379 Water [see 
page 437 J 

Theodore John, h 58 Arlington 
Becker's Orchestra, H. E. Becker leader, 239 1-2 Main 
Beckley James Arthur, emp H. W. & Co., bds 25 First 

Mary, widow Nicholas J., h 25 First 
Beckonert May A. Miss, bookkeeper 222 Main, bds 62 Central 
Beckwith Joseph, clerk B. H. Perkins, bds 32 Hancock 
Bedard Alfred, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 18 Walnut 

Archie, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 33 Madison 

Arthur, rem to Quebec, Can. 

Elizee, laborer, h 584 Water 

Elizee Jr., emp E. M. D. & Co., h 7 Fourth 

Ferdinand, motorman F. & L. St. Ry., h 584 Water 

Flavien, carpenter, h 43 Daniels 

Francis, mason, h 33 Madison 

Francis, Jr., laborer, h 80 Fair mount 

Henry, rem to Worcester 

John, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 91 Falulah 

Thomas, emp E. M. D. & Co., h 62 Sheridan 

Wilfred, rem to Canada 
Bedelle Joseph W., foreman Sole Leather Tip Co., h 13 Longwood av 
Bedford Clifford E., emp F. R. R., rms 44 Day 
Bedigian Peter, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), rms 221 West 
Beeching Harry, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 112 North 

Samuel T., day caller F. R. R., h 112 North 
Beedle Claude D., dentist emp 166 Main, rms (14) 372 do 

5 



40 FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 

Beer Calvin, emp Beoli Co., h 100 Phillips, W. F. 

Calvin R., emp C. B. & Co., h 94 Waclmsett, W. F. 

Edwin, stenographer F. R. R. office, bets 261 Ashburnhain, W.F. 

George D., brick mason, h 141 Rollstone 

George H., emp C. B. & Co., bds 261 Ashburnham, W. F. 

James, foreman Crocker, Burbank & Co., h 261 Ashburnham, 
W. F. 

James 2d, emp C. B. & Co., h 114 Phillips, W. F. 

Michael, foreman Crocker, Burbank & Co., h Turnpike, W. F. 

Philip, emp Beoli Co., bds 66 Phillips, W. F. 

Robert, emp C. B. & Co., h 66 Phillips, W. F. 

Robert Jr., emp C. B. & Co., h 214 Sanborn, W. F. 
Beglin John C, blacksmith emp 7 Brook, rms Central Fire Station, 

28 Oliver 
Begnoche Edouard, carpenter, h 368 Pratt road 

Edouard Jr., laborer, bds 368 Pratt road 
Behrens Frank H., lineman Telephone Co. 162 Main, h 3 Congress pi 

Henry, fireman F. Paper Co., h 21 Cedar 
Belair Louis, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h Rollstone rd 

Louis, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h rear 54 West 
Beland Joseph, laborer, h 572 River 
Belend — see Baland 
Belanger Arthur, laborer, h 12 Third 

Edward, motorman F. & L. St. Ry.,h 678 Water 

Eugene, teamster, bds 77 Falulah 

Ida H. Miss, dressmaker, bds 350 Lunenburg 

Joseph, emp Orswell Mills, h 15 Rockland 

Joseph, emp F. W. Co., bds 12 Third 

Louis, jobber, h 79 Townsend 
Belcher Andrew C., engineer Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), h 24 Leighton 
Belding Augustine S., music teacher, h 29 Pleasant 

Edgar F., (E. F. Belding & Co.) and manager Fitchburg Shoe 
Tip Co. 22 North, h 82 Summer cor Bluff av 

BELDING E. F. & CO., boot and shoe mfrs 22 North and 41 
Cherry [see page 441] 
Bell Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 100 Clarendon 

Thomas, umbrella repairer, rms 27 First 
Belliveau Adolph M., clerk Falulah Paper Co. and grocer 141 Milk, 
h do 

Aime B., emp Beoli Co., h 265 Fairmount 

Aime P., machinist, bds 265 Fairmount 

Andre, emp Beoli Co., bds 129 Madison 

Dominick, emp Orswell Mills, h 83 Fairmount 

Kustache M., h 24 Federal 

Ferdinand, emp Beoli Co., h 56 Madison 

Frank, emp Beoli Co., bds 192 Fairmount 

Jerome, laborer, h 24 Federal 

Louis P., emp F. R. R. shop, h 75 Fairmount 



FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 41 

Belliveau Maurice, manager 141 Milk, h 77 Plymouth 

Maxime, emp Beoli Co., h 192 Fairmount 

Philip, emp Beoli Co., bds 192 Fairmount 

Philip D., (Belliveau & Melancon), 87 Fairmount, bds 83 do 

William, clerk, bds 75 Fairmount 

William M., bds 77 Plymouth 

& Melancon, (Philip D. Belliveau and J. A. Melancon), gro- 
cers 87 Fairmount 
Bellmare Margaret M. Mrs., bds 69 Payson 
Bellows Frank H., emp F. R. R., h 1 Winthrop ct 
Belknap Harriet M. Miss, emp Fitchburg Shirt Co., bds 17 Cherry 
Beloin Pierre, laborer, h 584 Water 
Bemis Charles R., carpenter, h 12 Winthrop 

Daniel W., civil engineer 23 Laurel, bds 15 Falulah 

Edward L.>, stationary engineer F. & L. St. Ry., h 14 Hawes 

Justin W., farmer, h rear 100 South 

Sarah J. Miss, h 15 Falulah 

William E., pattern maker, h 16 Bemis 
Bender Charles EL, asst bookkeeper I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 11 

Cottage sq 
Benedict Arthur, emp Union Pork Co., bds Marshall rd 

Helen F., widow Delorme, rem to Lunenburg 

William, emp L. C. Albee, bds 183 Albee 

BENJAMIN MYRON N., groceries 364 Main, h 73 Central 
[see page 476] 
Bennett Abram, carpenter, h 12 Cherry 

Arthur S., machinist W. H. Blake Pump Co., rms 28 Blossom 

Carrie A. Miss, clerk E. M. D & Co., bds 6Q Day 

Charles, carpenter N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 92 Day 

Charles H., clerk 153 Main, h 7 Goodwin 

Charles H., emp Leominster, bds 12 Cherry 

C. Willis, with E. M. D. & Co., h 97 Summer 

Edward, rem to Marlboro 

Emma J. Miss, principal Clarendon Street school, bds 427 Main 

Ferdinand, emp I. J. A. &> C. Works, h 52 Daniels 

Frank A., livery, hack and feed stable 23 to 31 Snow, h 28 do. 

Frank S., clerk 223 Main, h Brigham park 

Fred L., traveling salesman, bds 156 Blossom 

Harrah K.. city editor F. E. Mail 19 Water, h 13 Longwood av 

Henry E., teamster, h r 47 Mechanic 

James T., engineer, h 28 Beech 

Jeffrey, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 218 Fairmount 

John, emp C. B. & Co., h 27 Cascade, W. F. 

John B., shoemaker 52 Daniels, bds do. 

Lucy E. Miss, bookkeeper E. M. D. & Co., bds 92 Day 

Mary C, widow Hollis K., h 39 Hartwell 

Samuel, laborer, h 31 Bond 

William C, clerk postoffice 234 Main, rms do. 



42 FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 

BENNETT WILLIAM H., physician and surgeon, office 39 
Hartwell, h do. Office hours, 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 and 6 to 
8 p. m. 

William J., emp Beoli Co., h 50 Wachusett, W. F. 
Bennie Hugh, finisher, h 220 Rollstone 

Hugh D., bookkeeper Gilchrest, Wiley & Foss,bds 220 Rollstone 

Jessie Miss, clerk Nichols & Frost, bds 220 Rollstone 
Benno Karl, laborer, bds 26 Harwood pi 
Benoit Augustus, emp F. W. Co., h 279 Water 

Cyprian J., clerk 121 Main, h 126 Laurel 

Frank A., emp F. W. Co., bds 279 Water 

Fred, emp F. W. Co., h 275 Water 

Prospere, h 73 Daniels 
Benson Andrew, laborer, h 50 Hazel 

George F., h 148 Falulah 

William G., h 87 Bemis 
Bent Andro, laborer, bds 2 Franklin 
Benton Alice Mrs., dressmaker, rms 74 Laurel 

Charles H., upholsterer and carpet layer, h 42 Mechanic 

Edward, emp Willard Screen Plate Co., h 12 Adams 
Beoli Company, mfrs woolen and worsted goods Westminster cor 

Simon ds rd, W. F. 
Berard David, emp E. W. Terrell, bds 10 Kimball 
Bercume Frank A., laborer, h 124 Kimball 
Berg John, inspector Iver Johnson's Arms and Cycle Works, h 30 

Lincoln 
Berger Engelbert Jr., rem to North Adams 
Bergeron Alphonse, emp Orswell Mills, h 17 Pratt 

Eli, patent medicines and grocer 44 Clarendon, h do. 

Francis, rem to Boston 

Leander, laborer, h Scott rd n Rindge rd 

Napoleon, emp Beoli Co., h 75 Daniels 

Napoleon, motorman, h 678 Water 

Onizeme, rem to New Brunswick 

Theodile H., mason tender, h 192 Fairmount 
Bergevin Eli, rem to Gardner 

Joseph, teamster, h 60 Columbus 

Joseph, emp Orswell Mills, h 152 Kimball 

Joseph George, clerk 403 Main, bds 141 Rollstone 
Berglund Bernhardt, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 496 Main 

Nils, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 431 Main 
Bergquist August, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 10 1-2 Leighton 
Bergstrom Adolph, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h Nockege 
Berna Isaka, laborer, bds 70 Marshall 
Bernard Elzeard, teamster, h 202 Fairmount 

Mary Mother, superioress Presentation Convent First cor Middle 

Ramual, loom fixer F. Mfg. Co., h 502 Main 

Samuel, teamster, h 206 Fairmount 



FITCHBTJRG [B] DIRECTORY. 43 

Bernard Theodore, teamster J. R. Hosmer, h 27 1-2 Cedar 

Bernatchez Alphonse, laborer, h 188 Beech 

Berndt Emil, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., bds 122 Kimball 

Fedor, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 122 Kimball 
Bern hard Charles, rem to Providence, R. I. 

George, rem to Providence, R. I. 
Bernhardt Fred, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 58 Beech 

Robert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 58 Beech 
Bernier Amie, emp Beoli Co., h 923 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Edward, emp Beoli Co., bds 12 Phillips, W. F. 

Frank, emp Beoli Co., h 615 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Fred, emp Beoli Co., h 174 Phillips, W. F. 

George, emp Beoli Co., h 615 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Joseph Mrs., h 85 Fairmount 

Julia, widow Joseph, h 42 Phillips, W. F. 

Oliver, emp Beoli Co., h 31 Sprague, W. F. 
Bernstone Bernt, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 60 Arlington 
Beron — see Biron 
Berry Charles, rem to Gonic, N. H. 

Edward A., hostler 12 Day, rms 144 Main 

John E., barber emp 8 Main, h 34 Lunenburg 
Berryman Phil, emp F. R. R., bds 68 Green 
Berthe — see Barthe 

Berthelet Henri, emp F. W. Co., h 1 Middle street lane 
Berube Alfred, bds 81 Clarendon 

Belzime Miss, bds 179 Beech 

Benjamin, section man F. R. R., h 81 Clarendon 

Charles, emp F. W. Co., h Q6 Sheridan 

Thomas, emp F. W. Co., h 72 Sheridan 
Bessette John, emp F. R. R. shop, h 6 Walnut 
Beth-Eden Baptist church, 82 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Bethany Mission, 140 Lunenburg 

BETTERS GEORGE, house painter 227 River, bds do. [see 
page 495] 

Matilda, widow Peter, h 227 River 
Betts Ernest, emp G. W. W. P. Co., bds 41 Eaton, W. F. 

Randolph, shoemaker, bds 49 Snow 
Beverly Charles H. W., engineer F. R. R., h 200 Blossom 

George W., confectionery mfr and ice cream 128 1-2 Main, h 
110 Blossom 
Beverstock Amos R., engineer F. R. R., h 13 Payson 
Bewley Thomas B., fireman F. R. R., h 89 Highland av 
Biancouli Antony, emp city, h 98 Hey wood 
Bibeau Peter, cigar maker, rms 12 Cherry 
Bibeault Adelard, emp F. W. Co., bds 25 Albee 
Bickford Orlando P., motor man, h 658 Water 

Stephen H., painter 61 Pine, h do 
Bigelow Albert S., emp F. S. Lovell Machine Co., h 6 Harvard 



44 FITCHBURG [BJ DIRECTORY. 

Bigelow Alma P., widow George, h 21 Harrison av 

A. W. Mrs., newsdealer, stationer, etc., 56 Green, h Highview, 
W. F. 

Calvin A., machinist P. M. Co., h 7 Orange 

George J., policeman, h 33 Forest 

George W., clerk F. R. R. car shops, bds 15 Day 

James C, machinist P. M. Co., h 28 Ash 

Wallace L., emp C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 10 Burnap 

William C, machinist U. M. Co., bds 7 Orange 
Biggers Stephen, emp F. R. R. shop, h 45 Clyde 
Bijou Billiard Parlors, E. A. Pratt prop, 234 Main 
Bilkfist Charles, emp P. M. Co., bds 99 Mechanic 
Billings Elizabeth, widow Francis R., h 105 Bemis 

Flora I. Miss, clerk 210 Main, bds 60 Prichard 

Frank I., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 107 Snow 

Fred L., cucumber grower, h 34 Maple 

Fred T., bds 420 Main 

Henry E., carpenter, h 54 Arlington 

Henry O., emp F. S. E. Co., bds 17 Grove 

Mamie Miss, rem to Lunenburg 

Sarah A., widow Charles J., h 420 Main 
Bingham Eva D. Miss, rem to California 

Howard H. C, teacher high school, bds The Fitchburg 

BINGHAM RUSSELL, physician and surgeon 62 Day, h do. 
Office hours 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 and 6 to 7.30 p. m. Tele- 
phone 225-4 
Binns Hannah Mrs., emp Star Worsted Co., h 56 West 
Bird Sarah E., widow Thomas, bds 74 Highland av 

— see Loizeau and Lozeau 
Biron Dallie P., rem to North Adams 

Joseph E., clerk 124 Main, rms 150 Water 

Peter, rem to North Adams 

Regina Miss, tailoress, bds 275 Water 

— see Byron 
Bisbee Henry H., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 194 Summer 
Bishop Carl S., general secretary Y. M. C. A. 254 Main, h Fair- 
view av 

Eleanor, widow Samuel, housekeeper 2 Falulah 

James R., rms 6 Cherry 
Bissell Chauncey B., wood turner, bds 74 Blossom 
Bissonnett Adolph, h 29 Beech 

Angelina Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 265 River 

Ardina Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 265 River 
Bixby Thomas, cooper, h 17 Garland 
Bjerke Hedevant, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds Nockege 
Bjorkengren Louis, electrician F. & L. St. Ry., rms 697 Water 
Bjorklund Axel, emp F. R. R., bds 20 Goddard 

John, rem to Worcester 



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[B] DIRECTORY. 45 



Bjorn Adolph, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 10 Bond 

Andrew, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 46 Goddard 

Carl A., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 179 Beech 

John, rem West 
Black Barney, junk dealer 23 Berry, h do 

David, rem to Springfield 
Blackman Edgar S., clerk 356 Main, h 30 Pleasant 

William R., emp E. M. D. & Co., h 444 North 
Blackmore Annie P. Mrs., housekeeper 42 Summer 
Blair Mina Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 3 Factory sq 

Phcebe E. Mrs., bds 5 Cherry 
Blais Alfred, clerk 221 Fairmount, bds 60 Columbus 

George, carpenter, h 40 Middle 

Hector, clerk 81 Cleghorn, bds 60 Columbus 

Michel, emp J. H. Daniels, h 60 Columbus 

Minnie Mrs., dressmaker 40 Middle, h do 

Pierre G., rem to Lawrence 
Blaisdell Edward, janitor 145 Main, h 42 Prichard 
Blake Laura E., widow Stephen F., nurse, bds 24 Arlington 

Lewis F., bds 154 Intervale 

William H., (W. H. Blake Steam Pump Co.) Crocker, h 2 
Joslin pi 

BLAKE W. H. STEAM PUMP CO., (W. H. Blake and L. 
H. Good now) steam pump mfrs. r Goodnow foundry 
Crocker [see page 438] 
Blakeley George M., barber emp 8 Main, h 114 Highland av 
Blakey Harry, emp P. M. Co., bds 14 Payson 
Blanchard Catherine W. Miss, nurse, bds 110 Blossom 
Charlie L., emp C. B. & Co., h 23 Cascade, W. F. 

BLANCHARD FRANK A., manager New Atlantic Tea Co. 1 
Main, bds 81 Grove [see page 475] 
James M., (Currier & Blanchard), (1) 129 Main, h 482 do 
John B., fish peddler, bds Bay State House 
Louise M. Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 242 Kiver 
Peter, stone mason, h 242 River 
Peter W\, motorman F. & L. St. Ry., h 9 Falulah 
Susan W., widow Simon, h 111 Highland av 

BLANCHARD & BROWN, (J. W. M. Brown) printers 25 
Water [see page 451] 
— see Blanchette 
Blanchette Arthur, rem to Leominster 

John Hormisdas, emp F. W. Co., h of! Water n do. 
Norman, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 79 Plymouth 
Blandin Clare Miss, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 21 Highland av 

Olive Miss, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 21 Highland av 
Bleil Ida Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 78 Columbus 

BLISS ALONZO S., livery stable 100 Main, h 11 Snow [see 
page 497] 



46 FITCHBURG [BJ DIRECTORY. 

Bliss Charles P., emp G. E. Waite & Co., bds 9 Princeton rd, W. F. 

Forrest A., clerk 247 Main, bds 11 Snow 

Francis D., mechanic, h 591 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Frank, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 521 Main 

Fred H., rem to Haverhill 

George, emp F. W. Co., h 589 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Margaret, widow Frederick G., h 591 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Block George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 4 Laflamme pi 

Marion, widow Joseph, h 4 Laflamme pi 

Matthew, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 4 Laflamme pi 
Blodgett Charles F., engineer Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 447 Main 

Frank L., prop F. Oil Supply 177 Main, h 21 Union 

George B. Jr., reporter F. E. Mail 19 Water, rms (3) 17 Blossom 

Harry C, rem to New York city 

John L , machinist P. M. Co., h 96 Walton 

Julia E. Miss, bookkeeper 146 Main, bds 447 do. 

Mary A., widow Alton, h 79 Prichard 
Blomfeld John, laborer, h 28 Academy 
Blondin Alphonse J., rem to Lynn 
Blood Albert H., conductor F. & L. St. Ry., bds 471 Main 

Alonzo K., nurse, rms 129 Main 

Bela W., clerk 11 Depot, W. F., h 175 Ashburnham, do. 

Charles H., lawyer (4) Wachusett Bank block, bds 114 Prichard 

Charles H., rem to Leominster 

Edward D., milk dealer, h Pearl Hill rd 

Ellen F. Miss, bds 450 Main 

Frank C, rms 168 Lunenburg 

Frederick L., rem to Shirley 

George F., clerk 373 Main, " bds 471 do. 

Henry P., emp Lowe Bros. & Co., h 471 Main 

Jane G., widow George L., bds 38 School 

Oliver R., painter C. H. Brown & Co., h 16 Congress 

Thomas C, bds 161 Mt. Vernon 
Bloss — see Ploss 

BLOSSOM STREET RESTAURANT, H. A. Seidel prop, 11 
Blossom [see page 471] 
Blouin Arthur, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 132 Madison 
Board of Health office, City Hall 
Bodett George M., clerk 364 Main, rms 54 Day 
Bodo Tellis T., barber 10 Putnam, h 613 Main 

Bod well Orville H., teamster emp G. E. Waite & Co., h 591 West- 
minster Hill rd, W. F. 
Boehm Elizabeth M. Miss, teacher, rms 427 Main 
Bogardua Frank, with Hygienic Crib Co. 22 W r illow, h 68 Mt. Vernon 
Bogart Charles V., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 29 South 
Boisvenue — see Woodcomb 
Boisvert Adelaide, widow Eli, h 19 Pratt 

Alphonsine Miss, em]) F. Duck Mill, bds 280 Water 






FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 47 

Boisvert Cevert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 602 Main 

Exeor, bds 19 Pratt 

Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 22 Daniels 

Joseph, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 34 Walnut 

Louis G., teamster, b 89 Townsend • 

Mary Miss, emp F. Duck Mill, h 280 Water 
Boivin Benjamin, emp Falulah Paper Co., rms 91 Falulah 

Emil, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 100 Clarendon 

Ernest E., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 100 Clarendon 

Hormisdas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 100 Clarendon 

Simeon, emp Orswell Mills, h 100 Clarendon 
Boland Edward, emp city, h 9 Fourth 

Francis E., clerk 220 Main, bds 9 Fourth 

James, machinist, h 107 Milk 

James P., emp F. S. B. Co., h 49 Spruce 

John H., machinist, bds 28 Nashua 

Lawrence, emp F. M. Works, h 28 Nashua 

Lawrence Jr., engineer S. R.-M. Co., h 32 Payson 
Bolduc Frank, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 265 River 

Joseph, laborer, h 60 Columbus 

Peter, emp Orswell Mills, bds 33 Madison 
Bolerice — see Boulerice 
Bolieu Frank, rem to Clinton 
Bolles Adelbert B., laborer, h 58 Townsend 

Arthur W., clerk Nichols & Frost, bds 88 Charles 
Bolt George, emp F. Paper Co., h 143 Westminster, W. F. 
Bolton Bridget, widow Patrick, h 178 Fairmount 

Charles F., emp F. R. R. freight depot, h 22 Summer 

James B., clerk 196 Main, rms 100 Day 

William C, carpenter, h Turnpike, W. F. 
Bonander Linus Rev., rem to Rock Island, 111. 
Bond Delos H., clerk 22 Day, bds 89 do. 

Nelson F., treas Union Coal Co., and treas Fitchburg Park Co., 
h 303 Blossom 
Bonin Dosithe, laborer, h 72 Sheridan 
Bonner Charles J., laborer, bds 48 Jerry 

John, designer F. W. Co., bds 30 Prichard 

Thomas H., bds 23 Warren 

Leander, laborer, h 48 Jerry 

William, meat and provisions 23 Warren, h do. 
Bonney Herbert G., clerk 147 Main, bds 5 Jay 

Joel S., (Allard & Bonney) 206 Main, h 5 Jay 

Walter S., clerk 150 Main, bds 5 Jay 

William, rem to Townsend 
Booden Joseph, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 30 Chestnut 

William J., foreman Iver Johnson's Arms & Cycle Works, h 30 
Chestnut 
Booth Alvin T., rem to Boston 



48 FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 

Booth Charles A., emp S. G. Cushing, h 15 Clinton 

Daniel B. Mrs., h 57 Townsend 

George, telephone inspector 162 Main, rms 44 Day 

Orville W., oil peddler 115 Summer, h do. 

William, emp Grant Yarn Co., rms 52 North 

William F. Mrs., h 48 River 
Borey Fred L., emp F. Duck Mill, bds 81 Mack 

John, laborer, h 81 Mack 
Borg Charles L., clerk 6 Beech, bds 10 1-2 Leighton 

Peter A., clerk 6 Beech, h 10 1-2 Leighton 

BOROWSKY JACOB, old metals and paper stock 120 Boutelle, 
h do. [see page 434] 
Bortbo Frank, laborer, b 45 Heywood 
Bosco Vitale, stonecutter, h 170 Heywood 
Bosk Herman, emp 20 Rollstone, h 62 Goddard 

— see Busk 
Bosley — see Beausoleil 
Boss Ella K. Miss, teacher elocution 77 Payson, bds do. 

Frances, widow James E., bds 432 Water 

George H., machinist P. M. Co., h 77 Payson 

John, h 65 Carey 

Orlando P., machinist, h 18 Day 
Bossoneau Felix, emp P. M. Co., h r 32 Putnam 

BOSTON ONE PRICE CLOTHING CO., clothiers, Sam Go- 

. 3 dinski manager, 190 Main [see page 462] 

BOSTON SCREW CO., C. M. Parker prop, mfrs flat, round and 
oval head iron wood screws 527 Main [see page 440] 
Bosworth William O., emp F. M. Works, bds 63 Snow 
Bothner James, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 76 Kimball 
Botting William H., blacksmith, bds 62 Laurel 
Bottomer — see Buttimer 
Boucher Cleophas, h 63 Columbus 

Fred, rem to Worcester 

Gideon, laborer, bds 192 Fairmount 

Ismael, blacksmith, bds 102 Fairmount 

Joseph, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 202 Fairmount 

Omer, emp Orswell Mills, bds 192 Fairmount 

Ovide, emp Orswell Mills, bds 598 River 

Sifroi, emp B. M. Pitts, h 81 Clarendon 

William, mason tender, h 202 Fairmount 

Xavier, carpenter, h 192 Fairmount 
Boudette Reuben T., (Shea & Boudette) 169 Main, h 64 Pacific 

— see Beaudette 
Boudreau Belini, emp E. M. D. & Co., h 126 Kimball 

Dosithe, emp J. L. Chapman, h 12 Mt. Vernon 

Edmund, carpenter, bds 2 Cleghorn 

Edward, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 187 Fairmount 

Ferdinand, h 19 Chester 



FITOHBUEG [B] DIRECTORY. 49 

Boudreau Frank, mason, bds 46 Madison 

Henry, painter, bds 2 Cleghorn 

Isidore, emp F. M. Works, bds 12 Mt. Vernon 

Joseph, conductor N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 31 Worcester 

Jule, emp S. S. .Lawrence, h 187 Fairmount 

Lucas, emp F. R. R. shop, bds 56 Railroad 

Maggie Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 32 Third 

Oliver, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 19 Woodland 

Rosa Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 32 Third 

Samuel, emp F. M. Works, h 56 Railroad 
Boulanger Arthur, emp F. R. R. shop, h 12 Third 

Felix, laborer, bds 146 1-2 Water 

Ludger, painter, h r 37 Columbus 

Peter E., painter, bds 146 1-2 Water 

Telesphore, emp F. R. R. shop, h 220 W r ater 
Boulerice Celina, widow Louis, bds 8 Fourth 
Boulle Peter, laborer, h 13 Portland 
Boulogne Charles, emp F. W. Co., h 18 Belmont 

Emile, emp F. W. Co., h 383 Summer 
Bourassa Edward, emp F. & L. St. Ry., bds 149 Water 

Edward, emp F. & L. St. Ry., h 40 Smith 

Henry, emp F. & L. St. Ry., bds 149 Water 
Bourbeau Peter J., cigar maker emp 180 Main, rms 12 Cherry 
Bourcque Adolph D., foreman J. R. Hosmer, bds 149 W T ater 

Philip, laborer, h 21 Allen 

— see Burke 
Bourdeau Ambrose M., emp C. A. Babbitt, h 31 Nashua 

Calista Miss, bds 170 Kimball 

Frederick, meat market Water n town line, h 97 Carey 

John, emp F. Duck Mill, h 68 Bemis 

Joseph M., barber 21 Day, h 86 Green 

Mark, rem to Leominster 
Bourgeois Dominic, emp Beoli Co., h 79 Plymouth 

Frank, carpenter, bds 192 Fairmount 

Levi, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 32 Federal 
Bourget Napoleon, carpenter, h 20 Water st lane 
Bourgoin Joachim, carpenter, h 27 Second 

Rosina Mrs., dressmaker 27 Second, h do 
Bousquet Alexander, rem to Canada 

Antoine T., clerk 44 Main, h 48 Lunenburg 

Oscar C, emp C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 43 Maple 
Boutelle Charles B., motorman, h 40 Bemis 

Fannie E., widow Frank L., bds 30 Mechanic 

Ralph U., clerk U. M. Co., bds 30 Mechanic 

William H., rem to Southbridge 
Boutin Thomas, laborer, h 60 Clarendon 
Boutwell Ada M. Miss, emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 38 East 

Asa, shoemaker 135 Westminster, W. F., h 167 do 



50 FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 

Boutwell Edson 8., carpenter, h 12 Nutting 

BOUTWELL HENRY F., apothecary 189 Main, h 26 South 
[see page 456] 

James M., machinist, h 39 Winter 

Sylvester, h 39 Winter 

Warren P., clerk 189 Main, bds 26 South 
Bouvier Frank, shoemaker emp 137 Fairmount, h 265 River 

Frank L., emp F. A. McCauliff, bds 265 River 

Margaret, widow Joseph, bds 46 West 

Joseph, emp Nockege Mill, h 10 Farwell place 
Bow Edwin S., granite cutter, h 196 Pratt road 
Bowden James, emp F. R. R. shop, h 42 Smith 
Bowditch Benjamin, emp Beoli Co., h 38 Oliver 

George E., conductor F. R. R., h 3 Weymouth 
Bowen George O., fireman N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., bds 61 North 
Bowers Arthur A., laborer, h 27 Bur nap 

George H., hostler, emp George Wheeler, h 54 Prichard 

William B., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 112 Lawrence 
Bowker Frank, curtains and draperies 192 Main, h 29 Garnet 

Frank E., manager N. E. Telegraph and Telephone Co., 162 
Main, h 23 Pleasant 

BOWKER F. E & CO., booksellers and stationers and props 
Fitchburg Rubber Stamp Works, 244 Main [see page 452] 

Harriet, widow Samuel, h 29 Garnet 

Walter, bds 29 Garnet 
Bowles Arthur W 7 ., conductor F. & L. St. Ry., h 664 Water 
Bowman James, rem to Scotland 

John D., brakeman N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 123 Snow 
Bowser — see Pause 
Boyajien Simon, emp Parkhill Mfg Co., rms 4 Cleghorn 

Tom, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 4 Cleghorn 
Boyd Mattie Miss, dressmaker 176 Main, bds 84 Winter 

Thomas, shoemaker, h 84 Winter 

William II., painter, bds 84 Winter. 
Boylan Katie Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 616 Water 

Rose, widow John, bds 15 Cascade, W. F. 
T)OYLE DANIEL, grocer 200 W T ater, h 202 do. [see page 477] 

Daniel A., clerk 200 Water, also (Teehan & Boyle) 104 Main, 

h 13 Boyle ct 
David, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 60 Plymouth 
Edward, clerk 200 Water, h 146 Birch 
Edward F., baker 6 Second, h 188 Water 
George, h 109 Albee 
George Jr., bds 109 Albee 

James, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 60 Plymouth 
James F., clerk 200 Water, bds 202 do. 
John, emp U. M. Co., h 44 Belmont 



FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 51 

Boyle John H., clerk 200 Water, bds 146 Birch 

Maria, widow Michael, h 188 Water 

Mary J. Miss, clerk 6 Second, bds 188 Water 

Patrick, rem to Lowell 

Thomas F., h 30 Lawrence 
Boynton Edwin M., rem to Lowell 

Stella W., rem to Lowell 
Brackett George T., emp C. B. & Co., h 545 Fairmount, W. F. 

John H., fireman F. R. R., bds 41 Clinton 
Bradbury Benjamin O., plumber emp 159 Main, rms Central Fire 

Station, 28 Oliver 
Bradford Oliver L., physician 52 Pleasant, h do. 
Bradley Frank A., machinist Parkhill Mfg Co. (C) h 101 Walton 

Harvey, bds 24 Leighton 

Margaret, widow Thomas, h 228 Water 

Nellie Miss, rem to Leominster 

Richard, rem to Canada 

William C, conductor F. R. R., h 106 Milk 
Bradshaw Hubert, weaver Parkhill Mfg Co. (C) and boarding house 

182 Fairmount 
Brady Edward, emp C B. & Co., h 589 Westminster Hill id, W. F. 

James, rem to St. John, New Brunswick 

James E., clerk 220 Water, bds 49 Spruce 

Jennie Miss, h 49 Spruce 

John, laborer, bds off Princeton rd, W. F. 

Margaret Miss, emp Beoli Co., bds 1035 River, W. F. 

BRAGDON ELLA F. MRS., restaurant 19 1-2 Day,h 9 Cherry 
[see page 499] 

Harry E., emp 19 1-2 Day, h 9 Cherry 
Brainard Henry W., rem to Newport, Vt. 
Brakenridge C. Belle Miss, bds 87 Lincoln 

Charles H., conductor N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 87 Lincoln 

— see Breckenridge 
Bramer Wyman, fireman F. R. R., rms 48 Day 
Brannan Edward, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 29 North 

Edward F., laborer, bds 11 Berry 

John J., emp Union Pork Co., bds Marshall rd, n Pearl ext 

Martin, emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 29 North 

Patrick J., moulder, h 11 Berry 

— see Brennan 
Bray Henry P., bread peddler, h 121 Milk 

Forest H., driver emp 130 River, h 58 Pine 

Joseph, emp F. S. E. Co., h Oak Hill rd n Pratt rd 

Philip, laborer, bds Oak Hill rd n Pratt rd 
Brazell John, emp Leominster, h off 283 Water 
Brazier Frank C, foreman tin shop F. R. R., h 105 Bemis 

William H. Jr., emp F. R. R. shop, h 41 1-2 East 
Breau — see Brion 



52 FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 

Breault Bellini, emp city, h 34 Walnut 

Gideon, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 81 Cleghorn 

Gilbert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 80 Plymouth 

Maxime, emp Terrell & French, h 112 Columbus 
Brecken ridge — see Brakenridge 

Breen Edward J., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 4 Kimball 
Brekke Peter, treas. and manager Scandia Co-operative Grocery Co. 

494 Main, h 10 Read 
Brennan Henry J., rem to South Boston 

Mary Miss, emp Beoli Co., bds off Vernon above Cottage, W. F. 

Mary, widow William F., h 40 Chester 

Patrick, rem to Australia 

— see Brannan 
Brenner Henry Mrs., bds 37 Beech 
Bresnaban John F., inspector plumbing, office city hall, bds 20 Fourth 

Mary, widow Michael, h 20 Fourth 

Morris, fireman, rms 54 Laurel 

Timothy, emp Beoli Co., h 119 Phillips, W. F. 
Bressette Benjamin, emp F. W. Co., bds 25 Albee 

John, emp F. W. Co., h 25 Albee 
Brewer Charles H., clerk 22 Laurel, bds 29 Lawrence 

Eli, emp Beoli Co., bds 79 Phillips, W. F. 

Ellen, widow Warren E., bds 29 East 

George H., traveling salesman, h 29 Lawrence 

James, emp Beoli Co., h 79 Phillips, W. F. 

Willis J., emp Greene & Sheddon, h 6 Morris 
Brewster Abbie M. Mrs., dressmaker 18 Day, h do. 

Charles, conductor F. R. R., rms (3) 17 Blossom 

George S., engineer P. M. Co., h 18 Day 

Idella M. Miss, teacher, bds 30 Pine 
Bridine Fred M., rem to California 
Briggs Francis, barber 353 Main, h 21 Grove 

Homer R., (Works & Briggs) 145 Main, h 37 Lunenburg 

Matthew, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., h 12 Garfield 

Sarah A., widow George L., bds 471 Main 

Satie Mrs., emp Leominster, h 48 Clinton 

William, drawing teacher, rms 95 Day 
Brigham Carl B., clerk 174 Main, rms 254 do. 

Fred R., bookkeeper N. Y. & Boston Despatch Ex. Co., h 57 

Lunenburg- 
George E., emp Beoli Co., bds 74 Phillips, W. F. 

Hat tie M. Mrs., bds 4 Brigham park 

Hubbard H., physician 203 Main, h 4 Brigham park 

Joseph L., chair maker, h 29 Bond 

Seth E., blacksmith 7 Brook, h 199 Mechanic 

William E., emp F. R. R. freight office, bds The Fitchburg 
Brightman George L., fireman N. Y., N. H. & H. R R., rms 254 
Main 



FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 53 

Brimblecomb Jane E. Mrs. h r 35 Mechanic 
Brion James, emp Orswell Mills, bds 75 Cleghorn 

Joseph, emp Orswell Mills, h 75 Cleghorn 
Brisson Emerie, emp Greene & Sneddon, h r 76 Circle 

Henry, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds r 76 Circle 

John B., laborer, h 20 Market 

John B., h 22 Baker 
Brock Martha I. Miss, bds 93 North 
Brocklebank D. Frank, machinist P. M. Co., h 3 Taft 
Brodeur Alphonsine, widow Octave J., h 220 Fairmount 

Angelina Miss, dressmaker 31 Daniels, bds do. 

Benjamin, emp F. R. R. h 81 Clarendon 

Louis, clerk 33 Daniels, h 31 do. 

Louis, painter, h 218 Fairmount 

Simon, clerk 4 Cleghorn, bds 224 Fairmount 

Wilfred J., grocer 33 Daniels, bds 31 do. 
Brodie Colon C, carpenter C. B. & Co., h Highview n Westminster 
Hill rd, W. F. 

Colon V., rem to Haverhill 

Edward J., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 36 Hartwell 

Emma Miss, bds 27 Garland 

Harrv, emp C. B. & Co., h Eaton beyond Westminster Hill 
rd, W. F. 

James, emp F. Paper Co., bds 954 River, W. F. 
Brody George F., bds 31 Grove 

John, laborer, h 24 Hannigan ct, W. F. 

Julia Mrs., milliner 31 Grove, h do. 

Michael, painter r 15 Newton pi, h 31 Grove 
Brogan John, bds 44 Clarendon 

Brook Thomas, gardener, h Pearl Hill rd n Fisher rd 
Brooks Arthur, janitor F. Athletic club, bds 77 Arlington 

Charles E., machinist, rms 49 Fox 

Edwin L., teamster, h 20 Kimball 

Eli N., clerk 151 Main, h 208 Blossom 

Eugene S., hostler 1044 River, W. F., bds 125 Walton 

Fred A., mechanic, h 66 High 

Frederick S., emp C. B. & Co., bds 110 Myrtle av 

George F., joiner, h (4) 32 Main 

Gertrude A. Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 110 Myrtle av 

Harry M., clerk 28 Main, rms 6 Highland av 

Henry, watchman F. Duck Mill, h 27 Duck Mill rd 

Henry O., blacksmith emp G. E. Waite & Co., h 239 Ashburn- 
ham, W. F. 

Howard W., prop Fitchburg Auction Rooms and auctioneer, 87 
Main, h 28 Blossom 

Isitina S. Mrs., nurse, rms 2 Lunenburg 

Julia A., widow Benjamin V., h 29 East 

Lorin S., newsdealer 17 Day, h do. 






54 FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 

Brooks Sager, rem to Norwich, Conn 

Sophia, widow George, h 76 Arlington 
Sylvanus, laborer, h 125 Walton 

Walter E., machinist J. Becker Mfg, Co. h 22 Boylston 
Will H. L., machinist emp F. M. Works, bds 17 Day 
William H., machinist F. S. E. Co., bds Hotel Westmoreland 
William H., teamster Greene & Sheddon, rms 48 River 
Broome Langston J., coachman Alvah Crocker, h 103 Prospect 
Brouillard Emelice Miss, clerk 210 Main, bds 149 Water 
Brousseau J. Hormisdas, (Sample, Brousseau & Co.) 127 Main, h 7 

Plymouth 
Brow — see Breault 

Browley James A., clerk F. R. R. freight office, h 112 Highland av 
Brown Albert C, asst treas Worcester North Savings Institution, h 
(3) 51 Mt. Vernon 
Alexander, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 220 Fairmount 
Alfred F., brakeman F. R. R., rms (6) 17 Blossom 
Alice W. Miss, teacher, bds 59 Highland av 
Alison, widow James, h 251 Fairmount 

Arthur W T . F., water registrar city, office city hall, h 26 Spring 
Bag Filling Machine Co.,mfrs machines for filling bags, 5 Main 
B. Elizabeth, widow David S., bds (3) 51 Mt. Vernon 
Benjamin F., bds 122 Laurel 

Benjamin F., with Novelty Turning Co., 31 North, bds 55 Fox 
Bertha Miss, clerk 154 Main, bds 45 Oliver 

BROWN C. H. & CO. (C. H. Brown, C. H. Brown, Jr., and 
F. E. Brown), steam engine builders 16 to 22 Main, [see 

front colored page V] 
Charles H., student bds Beacon cor Lawrence 
Charles H., (C. H. Brown & Co.) 16 to 22 Main, inquire do. 
Charles H. Jr., (C. H. Brown & Co.) 16 to 22 Main, h Beacon 

n Lawrence 
Charles S., policeman, h 129 Snow 
Chester F., carriage and sign painter 51 Academy, h 17 

Franklin 
Clifford, fireman F. R. R., bds 56 Day 
Ella Mrs., housekeeper 660 Water 
Elmer E., bottler 30 North, rms 55 Myrtle av 
Ernest E., meat market 26 Cascade, W. F., h do. 
Eugene, rem to Leominster 
Frank Alan, rem to Leominster 
Frank E. (C. H. Brown & Co.), 16 to 22 Main, h 96 Mt. 

Vernon 
Frank 1L, bookkeeper Wachusett National Bank, h 69 Fox 
Frank K., rem to Connecticut 
Frank L., fireman F. R. R., bds 16 Myrtle av 
George, emp Beoli Co., h 16 Temple, W. F. 
Helen F., widow Franklin, h 26 Spring 



FITCHBUEG [B] DIRECTORY. 55 

Brown Henry, emp Beoli Co., h 61 Sanborn, W. F. 

BROWN JAMES (Novelty Turning Co.) 31 North, h 55 Fox 
[see page 442] 
James H., bds 55 Fox 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 251 Fairmount 
John F., with C. H. Brown & Co., h 53 South 
John L., flour, feed, grain, fertilizers, etc. 421 Main, h 18 Davis 
Joseph W. M., (Blanchard & Brown) 25 Water, h 72 Day 
Lilla Miss, emp The Fitchburg, bds do. 

BROWN LYMAN, variety wood turning City Steam Mills 31 
North, h 18 Highland av [see page 442] 

Maggie Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 46 West 

Martin E., emp P. M. Co., rms Summer street engine house 

Mary W. widow Leroy, h 55 Myrtle av 

Milton D., rem to Providence, R. I. 

Nellie Miss, emp The Fitchburg, bds do. 

Orman H., clerk, h 45 Oliver 

Robert C, pastor Berean Advent church, h 173 Myrtle av 

Rosa H.. widow William O., h 336 Main 

Stephen S., hostler, bds 334 Summer 

Susie A., cashier 158 Main, bds 50 Oliver 

Thaddeus, emp Beoli Co., h 22 Norwood, W. F. 

W. Frank, supt. C. H. Brown & Co., h 150 Prichard 

William, emp A G. Lawrence, bds 264 Westminster Hill rd, 
W. F. 

William A., rms 49 Fox 
Brownell Abner H., (Brownell & Mason) 159 Main, h 32 1-2 High- 
land av 

Charles A., clerk 147 Main, h 127 Blossom 

BROWNELL & MASON (A. H. Brownell and S. S. Mason), 
plumbing and heating, stoves and tinware 159 Main [see 
page 465] 
Browning James W., rem to Palmer 
Brownson Michael H., bds 30 Harwood pi 
Bruce Agnes Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 46 West 

Edward A., electrician emp 5 Oliver, bds Upland rd cor Long- 
wood av 
Elizabeth E., widow Abel, h 44 Snow 
Frank W., foreman cutting room E. F. Belding & Co., h 103 

Day 
Fred E., letter carrier, bds 44 Snow 
George A., painter, rms 24 Snow 
Jeptha C, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 30 Cedar 
John F., traveling salesman, h Upland rd cor Longwood av 
May E. Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 30 Cedar 
Wilbur L., clerk 38 Main, rms 1 Joslin pi 
Brudquest Carl, rem to Worcester 
Bruneault Benjamin, teamster, h 32 Rockland 
6 



56 FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 

Bruneault John, emp O. E. Litchfield, h 32 Rockland 

John B., emp O. E. Litchfield, h 131 Beech 
Brunell Belina, emp Leominster, h 307 Water 

Ephraim D., emp F. W. Co., h 3 Lancaster 

Francis Jr., emp Beoli Co., h 30 Phillips, W. F. 

Frank, tailor emp J. A. Holland, bds 307 Water 

John J., emp R. Wallace, h 240 Sanborn, W. F. 

Philip, emp G. E. Waite & Co., h 95 Sanborn, W. F. 

— see Brown 
Brunette Damase, laborer, h 15 Woodland 

Joseph, emp Beoli Co., h 11 Woodland 

Levi, rem to Ashburnham 

Wilfred, rem to Ashburnham 
Bryant Adin E., salesman Armour & Co.. rms 14 Mt. Vernon 

Calvin, h 8 Hawes 

Clarence L., emp G. E. Waite & Co., h 15 Cascade, W. F. 

E. Butler, junk dealer, h 35 Cedar 

Forest N., emp G. E. Waite & Co., bds 15 Cascade, W. F. 

George E., clerk 5 Townsend, bds 168 Lunenburg 

Harry W., emp P. M. Co., bds 113 Highland av 

Sybil, widow Mandal, h 36 Mechanic 
Bryce George, janitor Y. M. C. A., h 62 Laurel 

Robert K., clerk 177 Main, h 27 Elm 
Bryden John, boiler maker D. M. Dillon, bds r 16 Granite 
Buch — see Busch 

Buchanan Alec, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 27 Cleghorn 
Buck Jacob E., emp Whitney Coal Co., bds 44 Goddard 

Lewis C, carpenter, h 72 Marshall 
Buckley Andrew J., emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R , h 3 Portland 

Bernard F., emp F. R. R. shop, h 125 Snow 

Daniel, teamster Lowe Bros. & Co., bds 6 Duck Mill rd 

Daniel P., clerk 5 Westminster, W. F., h 180 Ashburnham, do. 

Florence Miss, bookkeeper 10 Laurel, bds 8 Jay 

BUCKLEY GEORGE, house and sign painter 10 Laurel, h 8 
Jay [see page 493] 
George D., rem to Boston 
George D., rem to Monson 
James, painter emp G. Buckley, rms 32 Main 
James J., emp city, h 20 Morris 
Jesse J., carpenter, h 41 Willow 
Johanna, widow Cornelius, h 60 Winter 
John E., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 564 Main 
Kate, widow Patrick, h 18 First 
Michael, emp Grant Yarn Co., h 564 Main 
Patrick, emp Lowe Bros. & Co., h 17 Belmont 
Patrick, tailor, h 3 Middle street lane 
William F., emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R,, h 2 Morris 
Buckminster Ira C, clerk 28 Main, bds 114 Snow 



FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 57 

Buckminster Lillian L. Miss, Ms 1.14 Snow 

Bucknarn Ella J. Miss, h 190 1-2 Main 

Buder Max, emp F. W. Co.. h Canton ext 

Bugbee Edgar L., carpenter C. B. & Co., h 416 Westminster, W. F. 

Fred G., emp Beoli Co., h 173 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Herbert N., bookkeeper J. Cushing & Co., h 14 Charles 

Mattie E., widow Edward R., h 153 Lunenburg 

Nathan E., foreman dept 4 Putnam Machine Co.. h 19 Charles 
Bullard Herbert F., machinist, h 68 Mt. Vernon 
Bullock Annie Mrs., dressmaker 13 Holt, h do. 

Brigham N., pres Fitchburg National Bank and treas Fitchburg 
Savings Bank, h 30 Prospect 

Edward D, bds 13 Holt 

George, conductor F. & L. St. Ry., h 93 Carey 

Lizzie L. Mrs., bds 32 Kimball 

William S., laborer, h 5 Beech lane 

William S., special officer, h 69 Brigham park 
Bunce William E., clerk 6 Main, bds 6 Harrison av 
Bunnell Isaac W., freight conductor F. R. R., h 33 Congress 
Buorala Oskar, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 97 Mechanic 
Buranen William, laborer, bds 97 Mechanic 
Burbank Frank, brakeman, rms (6) 17 Blossom 

Hospital, Burbank n Prospect 

Sarah W., widow Gardner S., h 112 Academy 
Burdell Richard, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 230 Summer 
Burdo Louis D., grocer and meat market 249 and 251 River, h 245 do. 
Burger William, janitor Union depot, rms 48 Day 

— see Berger 
Burgeson Ellsworth, rem to Leominster 

Walter, emp F. R. R. car shops, h 9 Boutelle 

BURGESS ALBERT H., apothecary 248 Main cor Oliver, h 71 
Snow [see page 455] 
Henry E., emp J. Cushing & Co., h 8 Oak 
Morris, emp Union Pork Co., bds Marshall rd 
Oliver B., machinist F. S. E. Co., h 69 Mechanic 
Sarah A., widow Jonathan, h 67 Day 
Burke Bridget, widow Alexander, h 72 Depot, W. F. 
Ellen Miss, h 198 Water 
Frank, emp F. W. Co., bds 191 Water 
James H., emp E. F. B. & Co., bds 191 Water 
Johanna, widow John, h 11 Second 
John, emp C. B. & Co., bds 16 Wachusett, W. F. 
John E., bds 191 Water 

John J., emp C. B. & Co., bds off 56 Wachusett, W. F. 
John T., armorer M. V. M., bds 11 Wilmot 
Joseph, emp G. W. W. P. Co., bds 15 Fulton 
Katie Miss, emp F. W r . Co., h 22 Third 
Lizzie Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 22 Third 



58 FITCHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 

Burke Mary E. Miss, bds 11 Wilmot 

Michael, laborer, h 40 Cane 

Nicholas, h 15 Fulton 

Patrick, laborer, bds 15 Fulton 

Patrick F., foreman James Hanna, h 32 Baker 

Susan, widow Patrick, h 191 Water 

Thomas, cigars, etc. 194 Water, h 198 do. 

William, engineer S. Mfg. Co., h 11 Wilmot 

William F., clerk 149 Main, rms Summer St. fire station 

— see Bourcque 
Burleigh Charles R., treas Burleigh Rock Drill Co. 129 Main, h 82 
Walnut 

Fred E., emp F. Worsted Co., h 9 Brandon av 

Frederick W., h 82 Walnut 

George A., h 82 Walnut 

Jane Mrs., h 9 Brandon av 

BURLEIGH ROCK DRILL CO., office 129 Main, C. R. Bur- 
leigh treas [see page 440] 
Burlingame Charles W., machinist S. Mfg. Co., h 68 Winter 

Hannah P., widow Charles, bds 68 Winter 
Burnap Charles E., emp E. S. Burnap, bds Williams rd 

Charles E., wood turner emp L. Brown, bds 73 Arlington 

BURNAP EDWIN S., milk and vegetables Williams rd, h do. 
[see page 472] 

Ernest W., milk dealer, h 1 Pavson ct 

Esther C, widow Israel, bds 267 Oak Hill rd 

Harriet B., widow George F., h 30 Allston pi 

Henry E.,car inspector F. R. R., h 178 Summer 

John, teamster emp 31 North, rms 60 North 

Kate Miss, clerk 368 Main, bds 30 Allston pi 

William A., emp C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h Ashburnham Hill rd 
Burnell Charles W., physician and surgeon 96 Snow, rms do. 
Burnett John, emp F. R. R. car shops, h 322 Summer 

William, rem to Bellows Falls, Vt. 
Burney John, h 76 Pleasant 
Burnham Arthur, hostler emp T. S. Hession, rms 1044 River, W. F 

Guv J., chemist Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 80 Arlington 
Burnley Squire, emp Cowdin & Walker, h 424 Water 
Burns Charles M., molder, bds 55 Granite 

Edward H., machinist P. M. Co., h 92 Forest 

Edward H. Jr., emp J. B. Mfg. Co., bds 92 Forest 

Frank T., emp M. J. Perault, bds 55 Granite 

James II., molder emp M. J. Perault, bds 55 Granite 

John, bds 37 Blossom 

John P., steam fitter emp 453 Main, h off 29 Fulton 

Joseph, molder, bds 55 Granite 

Lawrence, watchman F. Mfg Co., h 78 Institute, W. F. 

Lawrence Jr., clerk, bds 78 Institute, W. F. 



FITOHBURG [B] DIRECTORY. 59 

Burns Mary, widow Patrick, h 36 Middle 

Michael, emp H. W. & Co., h 55 Granite 

Michael, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 64 Bemis 

Michael P., rem to Gardner • 

Nellie Miss, cashier 152 Main, bds 92 Forest 

Newell E., emp F. R. R., h 21 Oliver 

Patrick J., clerk 178 Main, rms 7 Linden 

Robert, carriage repairer and blacksmith 27 Oliver, h 37 Blossom 

Teresa Miss, emp C. B. & Co., h off 56 Wachusett, W. F. 

Thomas J., (L'Esperance & Burns) 144 Water, h 32 Birch 

Willard F., photographer Lunenburg cor Summer, h 42 Lunen- 
burg 

William, rem to Gardner 

William A., emp F. R. R., h 8 Barton 

William E., clerk Wachusett depot, bds 78 Institute, W. F. 

William J., machinist emp P. M. Co., bds 92 Forest 

— see Byrne and Behrens 
Burpee Helen L. Miss, teacher, bds 21 Allston pi 

Joanna B., widow Solomon J., bds 20 Payson 
Burr Perez C, bookkeeper Guy Woods, rms 14 Cross 

Sadie L. Mrs., clerk 150 Main, bds 20 Mechanic 
Burrill Theodore, janitor Wallace building, h 72 Grove 
Burrington Frank P., h 88 Central 

Myra, widow Robert, bds 88 Central 
Burrows Alice B. Miss, rem to Providence, R. I. 
Burt George E., emp F. R. R. shop, h 43 East 

John S., emp J. B. Mfg. Co., bds 51 Payson 

William E., rem to Hartford, Conn. 

— see Barthe 
Burtt Friend C, h 69 Myrtle av 

John W., emp Brownell & Mason, h 38 Green 
Busch George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 17 King street pi 
Bush Mary, widow Peter, bds 10 Far well pi 

Warren T., bds 25 Marshall 
Busk — see Bosk 
Bussiere Charles, stone mason, h 224 Bemis 

Joseph, emp F. R. R., h 655 Water 

BUTLER JOSEPH, coal and wood dealer 2 South, h 63 Green 
[see opp. inside back cover] 
Julie, widow Laurent, h 248 Pratt rd 

Katie A., widow Thomas J., undertaker, picture frames, station- 
ery, etc., 154 Water, h 156 do. 
Mary, widow Joseph, h 91 Temple, W. F. 
Butterfleld Joseph J., emp W. A. Garno, bds 137 Lunenburg 
Martha A. Miss, emp Star Worsted Co., h 56 West 
William H., hostler 23 Academy, h 349 1-2 Main 
Butters George H., h 230 River 

Hannah A., widow Wilder, h 230 River 



60 FITCHBUEG [CJ DIRECTOBY. 

Buttimer Daniel, rem to Otter River 
Kate Miss, housekeeper 178 Water 

Buttrick Francis, auctioneer, h 17 Cottage sq 

Harry T., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 17 Cottage sq 
Herbert Y., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 17 Cottage sq 
Hiram A., meat market 6 Main, bds 78 Congress 

BUXTON ALBERT A., window shades, paper hangings, awn- 
ings, etc., and prop F. Steam Laundry 37 Grove, office 209 
Mam, h 37 Grove [see page 463] 
Byam Charles F., stationary engineer F. R. R., h 2 Orange 
Byrne John C, printer emp Fitchburg Sentinel, h 93 1-2 North 

John F., postal clerk post office, bds 93 1-2 North 
Byron Mary Miss, emp depot restaurant, rms 12 Grove 
— see Biron and Barron 

Cabana Emma Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 235 Water 

Joseph, emp Rev. Joseph Vignon, h r 37 Columbus 

Joseph, emp F. W. Co., h 71 Albee 

Joseph N., station agent West Fitchburg depot, h 59 Fairview, 
W. F. 

Josephine Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 235 Water 
Caddoo William, emp Beoli Co., h 92 Depot, W. F. 
Cadell Michael, emp C. B. & Co., bds 95 Princeton rd, W. F. 
Cadieux Peter, emp F. R. R. shop, h 64 Sheridan 
Cadorette Emanuel, baker 32 Clarendon, h 34 do. 

Ephraim, emp F. W. Co., h 64 Heywood 

Ida Miss, emp Star Worsted Co., bds 227 River 

Napoleon, emp F. W. Co., h 230 Water 
Cady Jennie C, widow Albert, h 61 North 

— see Kaddy 
Cafer — see Kaefer 
Cahill Ellen, widow Timothy, h 69 Temple, W. F. 

Frederick, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., rms 67 Milk 

Michael, emp F. W. Co., h 55 Smith 

Patrick, emp C. B. & Co., h 93 Temple, W. F. 

Timothy, laborer, bds 42 Institute, W. F. 

Timothy J., emp C. B. & Co., bds 69 Temple, W. F. 

William, emp F. R. R. shop, rms 190 1-2 Main 
Cahoon Alice Miss, h 46 River 

Benjamin, farmer, h Pearl Hill rd 

Ernest J., emp Tinsley & Abell, h 46 River 
Cairns Jane, widow Malcolm, h 70 Kimball 

Malcolm, plumber bds 70 Kimball 

William, emp F. R. R. shop, bds 88 Oak Hill rd 

William A., steward American House, bds do. 
Caisse David, laborer, h 77 Plymouth 

Maxime, emp Boston Screw Co., bds 32 Federal 
Caldow George S., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 102 Kimball 



FITCHBURG [C] DIRECTORY. 61 

Caldwell Arthur D., night clerk F. R. R., bds 121 Green 

Eliza H., widow James, h 121 Green 

John W., clerk 147 Main, h 121 Green 

William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 239 River 
Calef Clara E. Miss, rem to Exeter, N. H. 

William W., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 1 Bemis 
Callahan Ellen, widow William, h Baltic lane n Ashburnham, W. F. 

James, bds 21 Smith 

Jeremiah, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 182 Fairmount 

Margaret, widow James, h 21 Smith 

Mary A* Miss, clerk Nichols & Frost, bds 24 Payson 

Patrick F., emp F. R. R. yard, h 31 Granite 

William, emp Beoli Co., bds Baltic lane n Ashburnham, W. F. 
Calleouette Joseph O., emp J. B. Mfg. Co., rms Summer st fire station 
Callinan Margaret Miss, bds 22 First 

Callum Andrew J., blacksmith emp W. A. & W. C. Howe, h 2 Win- 
throp ct 

Converse, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 9 Cherry 
Calomari Agostino, rem to Clinton 
Calvin Merritt, teamster, h 89 Townsend 
Camerlin Philias, laborer, h 99 East 
Cameron Alexander, bds 19 Morris 

Edith A. Miss, rem to Nova Scotia 

John, emp city, h 19 Morris 

John S., emp F. S. E. Co., bds 98 Charles 
Camp E. Linville, machinist P. M. Co., h 73 Milk 
Campbell Ada, widow George, h 143 North 

John, painter, h 77 Birch 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 251 Fairmount 

John A., emp freight house F. R. R., bds 102 Blossom 

Michael H., emp F. W. Co., bds 299 Water 
Cane — see Kane 

Cannell Albert, fireman F. R, R., bds 52 1-2 Day 
Cannon Joseph A., motorman, h Water opp power house 

May G. Miss, teacher Normal school, rms 39 Hartwell 
Canor Antonia, laborer, bds 177 Rollstone 

Orssala, laborer, h 177 Rollstone 
Canty Frank, laborer, bds 174 Phillips, W. F. 

Richard, emp N. Parker, bds 1015 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Caouette Agnes Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 67 Fairmount 

Cyprian, farmer, h Thurston rd 

Edward, carpenter Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C),and grocer 4 Pratt, h 
234 Beech 

Edward A., carpenter, bds 234 Beech 

Francis, carpenter, h Thurston rd 

Joseph, carpenter, h 221 West 

Lena Miss, emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 141 Fairmount 

Louis, emp F. Water Works, h 5Q Daniels 



62 FITCHBURG [CJ DIRECTORY. 

Caouette Philip, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 234 Beech 

Silas, farmer, bds Thurston rd 

Telesphore, laborer, h 179 Beech 
Carboni Antonio, laborer, bds 27 First 

Dominio, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 90 Heywood 
Card Edgar N., rem to Nova Scotia 

Eli, rem to Nova Scotia 

George A., emp G. E. Waite & Co., bds 38 Wachusett, W. F 

Richard N., rem to Nova Scotia 
Cardinal Arthur, machine tender Falulah Paper Co., h 32 Bemis 

Cyril, h 7 Newport 

Henry, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 7 Newport 
Carey Annie F. Miss, teacher, bds 31 Clinton 

Bridget, widow John, h 15 Rollstone 

James, emp F. S. E. Co., h 52 Madison 

James B., teamster emp M. Carey, bds 28 Lincoln 

Johanna, widow Jeremiah, h 28 Lincoln 

John, bds Abbott av 

John, emp C. B. & Co., h Turnpike, W. F. 

John, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 29 North 

John, laborer, bds 7 Brigham 

John, emp F. Paper Co., bds 29 North 

John J., emp D. M. Dillon, h 30 Carey 

Martin, city laborer, h 18 Salem 

Mary G. Miss, music teacher, bds 31 Clinton 

Michael, plumber, bds 18 Salem 

Michael, jobber 28 Lincoln, bds do. 

Patrick, timekeeper F. A. McCauliff & Co., bds 15 Rollstone 

Patrick F., emp Jennison Plumbing Co., h 7 Brigham 

Philip J., student, bds 31 Clinton 

Raymond, emp F. A. McCauliff, bds 36 Water street lane 

Thomas, boots and shoes 163 Main, h 31 Clinton 

Thomas, city laborer, h 20 Fourth 

Thomas C, concrete paver 30 Charles, h do. 

Thomas J., clerk 163 Main, bds 31 Clinton 

William H., emp C. B. & Co., h 669 Westminster rd, W. F. 

— see Cary 
Carkin Frank E., emp E. W. Terrell, h 126 Rollstone 
Carl — see Karl 

Carlberg Carl, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 3 West 
Carlson Carl, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 5 1-2 West 

Frank, rem to Rockport 

Herman, moulder P. M. Co., bds Nockege 

John, shoemaker emp 240 Main, h 68 Goddard 

Victor, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 23 West 
Carlsson John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 24 Lawrence 

John E., emp C. H. Brown & Co., h 34 Lincoln 

Robert, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 25 Kimball pi 



FITCHBURG [C] DIRECTORY. 63 

Carlton Fred M., emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 337 Main 
Carlyle Adam, emp Beoli Co., bds 125 Sanborn, W. F. 
Carmelli Antonio, laborer, h 170 Hey wood 
Carmody Agnes Miss, emp Leominster, rms 134 Green 

John C, manager Postal Tel. Cable Co. 128 Main, h 63 Snow 
Carney Annie A., rem to Ayer 

Bridget, widow John, h 422 Water 

Dennis, rem to Worcester 

Lucy B. Miss, forewoman E. H. Whittemore, bds 7 Townsend 

Maud E. Miss, compositor Fitchburg Sentinel, rms 71 Payson 

Patrick, painter, h 75 Circle 
Carnie Alexander, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 251 Fair-mount 
Caron Alexander, carpenter, h 24 Rockland 

Alfred, rem to Leominster 

Alphonse, laborer, h 100 Clarendon 

Ferdinand, carpenter, h r 34 Rockland 

Francis, emp Orswell Mills, bds 100 Clarendon 

George, carpenter, h 29 Rockland 

Joseph, mason, h 76 Columbus 

Joseph, carpenter, h 85 Plymouth 

Louis, bds 100 Clarendon 

Magloire, clerk 146 Water, bds 146 1-2 do. 

Virginie, widow Michel O., bds 12 Washington 
Carpenter Arvine P., clerk, bds 58 Mechanic 

Charles, agent Columbia Hosiery Co., h 17 Longwood av 

Frank A., bds 42 Hartwell 

F. Scott, insurance agent (10) 229 Main, h 19 Bond 

John B., paper hangings and crockery 290 Main, h 294 do. 

John H., commercial traveler, h 42 Hartwell 

John M., h 61 Payson 

Lydia A., widow Daniel M., h 58 Mechanic 

Minna P. Mrs., h 17 Longwood av 

William E., h 113 Charles 
Carr Edward, emp F. R. R. shop, bds 29 North 

Frank B., emp C. A. Cross & Co., res Lunenburg 

William H., bds 339 Main 
Carriere Benjamin, carpenter Orswell Mills, bds 40 1-2 Nashua 

Ferdinand, bds 40 1-2 Nashua 

Peter, emp Orswell Mills, h 84 River 

Xavier, laborer, h 40 1-2 Nashua 
Carrigan Benjamin, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 120 Kimball 

Jane, widow William, h 120 Kimball 

Kate A. Miss, dressmaker 120 Kimball, bds do. 
Carroll Annie Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 3 Factory sq 

Daniel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 15 Rollstone 

David, brakeman F. R. R., rms 44 Day 

Dennis P., rem to Enfield, N. H. 

Edward, emp Beoli Co., bds 223 Ashburnham, W. F. 



64 FITCHBURG [C] DIRECTORY. 

Carroll Edward J., emp F. W. Co., h 37 Cane 

John, emp F. Paper Co., bds 41 Eaton, W. F. 

Nicholas, emp C. B. & Co., h 44 Wachusett, W. F. 

Patrick, emp C. W. Wilder, h 40 Salem 

Philias, emp Orswell Mills, bds 60 Columbus 

Richard, bds 25 Salem 

Walter E., carpenter emp F. R. R. shop, h 53 North 
Carswell Ernest G., clerk 210 Main, rms 233 1-2 do. 
Carter Alfred W., emp F. A. Bennett, bds 24 Snow 

Alice B. Miss, telephone operator 162 Main, bds 19 Cross 

Catherine B., widow William, h 22 Beacon 

Edward F., emp H. J. Lewis, h 5 Milk 

Herbert, carpenter, bds 167 Pratt rd 

Margaret, widow Charles, bds 7 Fairlawn 

Mary E. Miss, h Brier 

Olive A. Miss, bds 62 Fox 

Oliver, fireman F. R. R. shops, h 43 Mack 

Robert B., emp Beoli Co,, h 62 Arlington 

Walter W., linotype operator F. E. Mail, rms 38 Day 

William, painter F. R. R. shops, bds 23 North 

William, emp F. S. B. Co., h 9 Wilmot 

CARTER WILLIAM C, carpenter and builder 22 Beacon, h 
do. [see page 488] 
Cartwright James, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 210 Plymouth 
Cary Frances E., widow Henry F., bds 489 Main 

— see Carey 
Casassa Bartholomew, clerk 10 Main, h 116 Pacific 

Rosa Mrs., confectionery and fruit 10 Main, h 116 Pacific 
Casavant Albert, emp F. W. Co., bds 34 Nashua 

Elizabeth C. Miss, clerk 349 Main, bds 14 Winch 

Frederick J., emp Falulah Paper Co., h 58 Day 

Joseph, bds Hotel Westmoreland 

Joseph, emp Powell Bros, h 34 Nashua 

Mary P., widow Osmond, h 14 Winch 
Casavoi Joseph, stone mason, bds 15 Rockland 
Casey Jeremiah E.,gate tender N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., bds 1 Bemis 

Julia, widow Patrick, h 16 Temple, W T . F. 

Katie Miss, emp The Fitchburg, bds do. 

Martin, laborer F. R. R.„ h 295 W^ater 

Mary F. Miss, cook The Fitchburg, bds do. 

Thomas, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., bds 24 Canton 
Cashman Patrick, fireman G. W. W. P. Co. h 80 Canton 
Cass Francis B., emp F. S. Lovell Machine Works, h 140 Pleasant 

Henry J., stone cutter D. O'Connor, h 592 Main 

Henry L., rem to Lunenburg 

Homer F., bds 134 Myrtle av 
Cassidy Henry, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 104 Snow 

John F., emp F. W. Co., bds 26 Hale 



FITCHBURG [C] DIRECTORY. 65 

Cassidy John J., operator W. U. Tel. Co., bds 100 Highland av 

Patrick J., laborer, h 100 Highland av 

Thomas A., emp M. Webber, bds 100 Highland 
Caswell Albert B., farmer, h High Rock rd 

Alvin C, inventor, bds 161 Mt. Vernon 

Charles M., officer at jail, h 428 Water 

Elizabeth L. Miss, bds 295 Blossom 

Ella F. Miss, teacher, bds 18 River 

Ellen M. Miss, h 18 River 

Ernest H., clerk 256 Main, bds 58 Arlington 

Fannie, widow Herbert E., h 58 Arlington 

Ira, carpenter and builder 26 Rollstone, h r 303 Blossom 

Laura P. F., widow Stephen, h High Rock rd 

Linfield A., carpenter emp Ira Caswell, h 18 Chestnut 
Cate Fred I., photographerl72 Main, h 100 Milk 

George N., painter, h 40 Garnet 

Joseph W., h 14 Cross 

Willie P., letter carrier, h 49 Goodrich 
Caton Daniel, foreman 23 Academy, bds 81 Grove 

Michael, rem to Ashby 
Cauchon Louis, teamster, h 150 Fairmount 

Oliver, rem to Canada 
Cavanaugh Daniel, emp Beoli Co., bds 752 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Edward, rem to Clinton 

John, laborer, h 76 Heywood 

Mary, widow John, h 10 Burnap 

Matthew, h 184 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Michael, emp E. M. D. & Co., h 90 Rollstone 

Michael Jr., bds 184 Ashburnham, W. F. 

— see Keaveney 
Central Fire Station 28 to 36 Oliver 
Chabot Cyril, emp Star Worsted Co., h 85 Plymouth 

Hemire Mrs., h 174 Fairmount 

Isaie, rem to Canada 

Joseph T., emp F. R. R., rms 44 Day 

Octave, h 7 Blais ct 

Octave Jr., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 7 Blais ct 
Chace Henry B., janitor Unitarian church, h Murkland 

— see Chase 
Chadwick Calvin, farmer, h Sheldon rd, W. F. 

George, rem to Clinton 

John H., rem to Boston 

Lewellyn, farmer, h Sheldon rd, W. F. 
Chaffin Emma F. Miss, teacher drawing public schools, bds 10 Oak 

CHAFFIN JOSEPH F., dealer in pianos and organs 157 Main, 
h 10 Oak [see page 453] 
Kate Miss, music teacher, bds 10 Oak 
Chainez Ludger, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 41 Cherry 



66 FITCHBURG |~C] DIRECTORY. 

Chaisson James R., blacksmith 203 Water, h 64 Leighton 

John N., emp Armour & Co., bds 132 Laurel 

William, emp Armour & Co., h 132 Laurel 
Chalifoux Louis, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 177 Fairmount 
Challberg Elof P., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 51 Arlington 
Chamberlain Ada E. Miss, cooking teacher, bds 10 Taft 
pHAMBERLAIN, HUNTRESS CO., (Frank Huntress pres, 
\j J. M. Hubbard treas C. W. Starkey sec), dry and fan- 

cy goods, cloaks, carpets, etc. 141 to 147 Main [see 
page 458] 

William P., director Chamberlain, Huntress Co. 141 Main, res 
Keene, N. H. 
Chambers Fred E., rem to Keene, N. H. 
Chaumitzer — see Kamnitzer 
Champagne Albert, variety store 228 Water, h do 

Frank L, piano and organ tuner emp 157 Main, h 91 Snow 

Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 25 Baker 
Champney Charles B , clerk 304 Main, h 8 Congress 

Sallie A., widow Louis E., h 65 Highland av 

S. P. Mrs., h 8 Oak 
Chandler Adah W., widow John W., h 51 Highland av 

Anna S. Miss, rem to Vermont 

Charles, painter, h 27 Burnap 

George H., engineer F. S. B. Co., h 71 Pacific 

George W., emp William C. Carter, h 164 Summer 

Willis B., machinist F. M. Works, h 72 Lawrence 
Chapin Isabel Miss, teacher, rms 47 Day 

Warren P., watchman at jail, h 456 Water 
Chaplin Norman, emp city, h 13 Mack 
Ohapman Catherine, widow James, bds Geneva, W. F. 

Edith E. Miss, stenographer emp 140 Main, bds 65 South 

George D., mechanical engineer F. M. Works, h 12 Mechanic 

George H., h 4 Pleasant 

Harry L., steam fitter, h 86 Mt. Vernon 

James L., treasurer and manager Fitchburg Machine Works, 
h 2 Pleasant 

Jennie A. Mrs., h 239 1-2 Main 

Nathan D., machinist F. S. E. Co., h Q5 South 
Charette Cleophas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 17 Pratt 

Elizee, bds 73 Daniels 

Isidore, h 73 Daniels 
Charlton Jonathan, pres Union Pork Co., h Marshall rd 

John E., student, bds Marshall rd 

Joseph W., emp Union Pork Co., h 109 Highland av 
Charon George, laborer, h 58 Sheridan 

— see Caron 
Chartier Arthur C, clerk 219 Main, h 32 Charles 
Chartrand Arthur, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 20 Market 



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Chartrand J. Onesime, emp F. Worsted Co., h 28 Falulah rd 
Chase Delia A. Mrs., rem to North Adams 

Franklin, h 103 North 

Franklin Mrs., dressmaker 103 North, h do 

H. L. Mrs., elocutionist and reporter F. Evening Mail, bds 24 
Mt. Globe 

Herbert L., rem to Boston 

Homer F., drug clerk 365 Main,h 47 Mechanic 

Jennie S., widow Truman P., bds 46 Myrtle av 

William A , fireman F. Gas & Electric Light Co., h 98 Charles 

— see Chace 
Chatalbasian Tom, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 4 Cleghorn 
Chatham Mary Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 52 River 
Chatneuf Michel, laborer, h 51 Cottage, W. F. 
Chaume Albert A., emp Orswell Mills, h 163 Fairmouut 
Chauvin David, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 598 River 
Chavoor Peter G., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 4 Cleghorn 
Cheever Albert S., rem to Cleveland, Ohio 

W. Prescott, emp F. R. R. shop, h 17 Second 
Cheney Joseph, emp F. R. R., h 214 Rollstone 
Cherrier Francis E., dining room 4 Day, h 41 Goodwin 

Frank D., clerk 4 Day, bds 41 Goodwin 
Chesbrough Silas W., emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 94 High- 
land av 
Chesley Maud Miss, emp Sample, Brousseau & Co., bds 210 Water 
Chevrette Augustin, emp F. W. Co., h off Water, opp F. W. Co. 

Eugene, emp F. W. Co., h off Birch n Heywood 

Stanislas, emp F. W. Co.,h rear 62 Heywood 
Chicoine Hermeline Miss, rms 339 Main 
Child Charles, bds 5 Charles 

Children's Union Aid Home, Mrs. Schricker matron, 27 Holt 
Childs Archie S., emp Palace Steam Laundry, bds 28 Ash 

Frederick A., carriage and sign painter 660 Water, bds do. 

Mary, widow S. Austin, h 287 Blossom 
Chilton Alfred R., wholesale produce, etc. 96 Snow, bds do. 

William, blacksmith r 126 Water, h 96 Snow 

William W., foreman F. R. R. shop, h 12 Wood 
Chirilo Bartolo, emp F. A. McCauliff, h Pratt rd n Rollstone 
Choate Elliott N., h 16 Hartweil 

Florello O. Mrs., carpet sewer, rms 206 Main 

Harry S., traveling salesman, bds 61 Day 

Irving N., jobber 157 Main, h 14 Pine 

Jennette H. Miss, stenographer, bds 86 Day 

Jennie T., widow Henry M., h 61 Day 

John, h 86 Day 

Melville E., chief clerk div supt's office F. R. R., h 88 Myrtleav 
Chong Sam, laundry 26 Academy, h do 
Chorbonneau David, emp F. W. Co., bds 7 Belmont 



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Chorbonneau Israel, emp F. W. Co., bds 7 Belmont 

John, emp W. A. Garno, h 7 Belmont 

John, Jr., laborer, bds Ashburnham Hill rd 
Chouinard Joseph, emp Orswell Mills, h 25 Rockland 
Christ Episcopal Church, Main cor Hartwell 
Christian Charles, emp city, h off 73 Daniels 

Frank, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 72 North 

Joseph, rem to Hartford, Conn. 

Louis, mason, h 521 Main 
Christian son Thorvald, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 19 West 
Christie Charles, plumber, rms 48 Day 

James, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 66 Goddard 

Sarah M., "widow W. C, h 8 Garnet 
Christy James, rms 52 Day 
Church Bowers H., rem to Ayer Junction 

of the Sacred Heart, Vernon cor Cottage, W. F. 

W T illiam F., emp C. A. Cross & Co., bds 42 Hartwell 
Churchill Edwin P., emp P. M. Co., h 41 Milk 

Mary E., widow Horace, bds 92 Depot, W. F. 

Sabra D., widow Jesse F., bds 52 Temple, W. F. 

Samuel J., emp Nockege Mill, bds 19 Cane 

William H., carpenter emp F. R. R. car shops, h 19 Cane 
Chute Adeline, widow John E., h 20 Cross 

Arthur H., emp F. R. R., bds 20 Cross 
Cidileau Augustus A., clerk 20 Day, h 168 Madison 
Cilley Olive A., widow Ezra D., h 9 Clinton 
City Hall, 345 Main 

CITY LUMBER YARD, estate of Mial Davis props, 31 North 
[see front cover] 

Scales, 97 Main, William M. Willis public weigher 

Stables, Harwood pi 
Clarlin Clara, widow Albert, nurse, bds 28 Ash 
Clam an Mark, shoemaker 28 Day, rms r 36 do. 
Clancey Michael T., cigars and tobacco 9 Westminster, W. F., bds 

6 Morris 
Clapp Lewis B., emp George Crocker, h 36 Cedar 

Waldo E., jobber and truckman Church, h 55 Central 
Clare Michael, loom fixer, h 296 Water 
Clark Allen H., milk dealer, h Rollstone rd beyond Franklin rd 

Betsey S., widow Simeon C, bds 69 Arlington 

Elmer M., emp Beoli Co., h 167 Westminster, W. F. 

Prank, cook American House, bds do. 

John, painter emp E. C. Stowe, bds 48 Lunenburg 

Joseph L., emp 109 Myrtle av, h 80 Walton 

Leslie E., barber and cigar store 8 Main, h 160 Summer 

Moses L., painter, h 54 Mt. Globe 

Patrick, laborer F. R. R. yard, h 21 Salem 

William II., emp C. B. & Co., h Turnpike, W. F. 



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Clarke Herbert E., upholsterer 98 Pearl, h do. 

James E., molder, h 98 Pearl 
Clary Anna A. Miss, rms 6 Cherry 
Classon Henry, emp C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 21 Winthrop 

Miunie E. Miss, dressmaker, bds 21 Winthrop 

Walter G., emp W. K. Bailey, bds 21 Winthrop 
Clavmans — see Claman 
Clay William E., rem to Enfield, N. H. 
Cleary George M., engineer Falulah Paper Co., bds 64 Bemis 

Michael, laborer, h 100 Princeton rd, W. F. 

William F., emp C. B. & Co., h 616 Water 
Cleaveland — see Cleveland 

Cleaves Gilbert L., emp C. H. Cowdrey Machine Works, h 12 Lu- 
nenburg 
Clegg George H., emp C. B. & Co., h 26 Vernon ct, W T . F. 
Clemens Henry, emp Nockege Mill, h Marshall ext 
Clement Alec, rem to Ashburnham 

Alphonse. emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 25 Beech 

Eli, emp Orswell Mills, bds 25 Beech 

Ellen, widow Noel, h 25 Beech 
Cleveland E. E. Mrs., banjo and mandolin teacher 23 School, h do. 

Eddie E., barber emp Main cor Laurel, h 23 School 

Edgar J., bds 21 Wood 

Henry H., machinist, h 26 Pine 

Lydia A., widow Uriah E., bds 23 School 

Maggie Miss, rms 33 Blossom 

Nelson A., emp D wight Fuller, rms 73 Blossom 
Cleverly William S., h 15 Atlantic av 
Clifford Burton H., bds 5 Cherry 

George E., pres Wachusett National Bank and Fidelity Co-op- 
erative Bank, h 94 Summer 

Grace E. Miss, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 341 North 

Henry M., clerk 204 Main, h 5 Cherry 

Herbert J., emp F. R. R., h 341 North 

John, laborer, bds 14 Salem 

John, laborer, h 40 Nashua 

John F , wood turner, bds 40 Nashua 

Leonard G., emp F. R. R., h 111 Culley 

Michael, laborer, h 14 Salem 

Michael, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 103 Albee 

Michael Jr., plumber, bds 14 Salem 

Patrick, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., bds 14 Salem 

Samuel N., farmer, h off Rindge rd 

William, brakeman, bds 40 Nashua 

William A., pattern maker C. L. Tenney, h 12 William 

William H., foreman carpenter F. R. R., h 7 Gage 

William J., secretary F. S. E. Co., bds 115 Summer 
Clissold W T alter K., emp Beoli Co., h 88 Ashburnham, W. F. 



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Clough Charlotte, widow Benjamin, bds 53 Oliver 

Eugene, conductor F. R. R., h 31 Pearl 
Coalwell Florence Miss, rem to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia 
Coates Earl D., rem to Greenfield 

Hylen M., emp F. R. R. shop, h 5 Cross 
Cobb Albert, rem to Royalston 

COBB, ALDRICH & CO., Seward S. Crapser manager, grocers 
153 and 378 Main [see front cover] 

Frances, widow Charles D., bds 8 Gage 
Cobey Aklen, rem to Concord, N. H. 
Cobleigh Abbie F. Mrs.,h Marshall rd cor Pearl ext 

Alfred W., rem to West Acton 

Emma Miss, dressmaker, bds 502 Main 

John H., jobber, h 502 Main 
Coburn Eugene F., emp F. M. Works, h 40 Garnet 

Harry A., emp Hardy & Pinder, h 43 Pleasant 

Lorene M. Miss, cashier 135 Main, bds 40 Garnet 
Cochran Adelia, widow Nathaniel I., bds 52 Forest 

Albert A., (Cochran & Lockwood) Crocker, h 177 Lunenburg 

Emma A., widow Edwin, bds 234 Mechanic 

Henry L., pattern maker F. S. E. Co., h 38 East 

Joe V., aitist, h 14 Mt. Vernon 

COCHRAN & LOCKWOOD (Albert A. Cochran and Walter 
H. Lockwood), pattern makers Crocker [see page 443] 

— see Corcoran 
Cochrane Sarah, widow Silas D., housekeeper off 304 Blossom 
Cocker John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 245 Oak Hill road 
Cocks Walter, farmer, h 824 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Cody George A., barber 1080 River, W. F., h 54 Norwood 

Katie L. Miss, bds 67 Temple, W. F. 
Coffey John F., tailor emp 205 Main, h 16 Washington 
Cofman Herman C. tailor, h 48 Clinton 

COGGSHALL HENRY F.,tieas S. Mfg. Co.,treas and general 
manager Fitchburg Gas and Electric Light Co., office 316 
Main, h 116 Prichard [see page 430] 
Coggswell George S., overseer weaving room F. Worsted Co., h 52 
Temple, W. F. 
Johanna, widow Edward, h 90 Sanborn, W. F. 
Cogswell William A., supt F. Worsted Co., h 149 South 
Cohen Nina E. Miss, emp F. W. Co., h 96 Birch 
Cohoon Ellen, widow Andrew, rem to Leominster 
Coker Jesse Rev., h 90 Pacific 

Colbert Lawrence, emp C. B. & Co., h 95 Temple, W. F. 
Colburn Clarence W., music teacher, bds 82 Pleasant 
David W., foreman J. D. Littlehale, h 29 Blossom 
Frances A , widow Francis II., h 82 Pleasant 
living W., rem to Ohio 
Colby Sterling, rem to Providence, R. I. 



FITCHBURG [C] DIRECTORY. 7? 

Cole Almon A., emp H. B. Dyer, h 32 Summer 
Bert E., rem to Perkinsville, Vt. 
Elizabeth G., widow George H., bds American House 
James, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 5 Academy 
Lee B., clerk 228 Main, rms 117 Snow 
Mattie A. Miss, teacher, bds American House 
Warren, h 31 Charles 

COLE WILL A., prop American House 130 and 132 Main, h do 
[see page 499] 
Coleman Alice G. Miss, clerk, bds 14 Payson 

Arthur, upholsterer emp 335 Main, rms 12 1-2 Cherry 

Essie Miss, housekeeper 183 Albee 

Ezra, (Coleman & Drury) 138 Main, h 77 Congress 

Frank, brakeman F. R. R., bds 74 Green 

Frank B., driver American Express Co.,h 58 Blossom 

Inez C. Miss, clerk 132 Main, bds 61 Cedar 

John L., emp L. C. Albee, bds 183 Albee 

Joshua J., painter, h 14 Payson 

Patrick J., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 6 Morris 

Phinehas W., upholsterer and furniture repairer 27 Oliver, h 6 

Cedar 
Sophia T., widow William, bds 150 Myrtle av 
Thomas, emp F. Paper Co., h 773 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
William H., shoe store 162 Water, rms 158 do. 

COLEMAN & DRURY (E. Coleman and F. L. Drury) staple 
and fancy groceries, crockery, silver and glass ware 138 
Main [see page 476] 
Collerette Josephine Miss, clerk 17 Daniels, bds do. 
Collette Alexis, laborer, h 43 Allen 

George, emp F. Mattress Co., bds 24 Snow 

John, bds 7 Factory sq 

John A., emp city, h 7 Factory sq 

Paul C, emp Nockege Mill, h 112 Columbus 

Peter Antoine, laborer, h 69 Falulah 

Pierre, emp Lowe Bros. & Co., h 76 Sheridan 

Zotique John, emp W. C. Johnson, h 6 Water street lane 
Colley George P., emp F. M. Works, bds 70 North 

Josiah T., machinist, h 81 Milk 
Collier Edward R., brakeman F. R. R., bds 68 Green 
Collin Rudolph, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 132 Leighton 
Collings Frederick, painter and paper hanger, h Pearl Hill rd cor 

Fisher rd 
Collins Bridget, widow Daniel, rms 8 Nashua 

Dennis, emp F. & L. St. Ry., bds 678 W^ater 

Edgar, emp F. R. R., bds 16 Myrtle av 

Herbert D., clerk 350 Main, h 5 Crescent terrace 

James F., emp C. B. & Co., bds 572 Westminster, W. F 

John, rem to Hudson 



72 FITCHBURG [C] DIRECTORY. 

Collins Kate, widow Dennis, li 20 Walnut 

Laura Mrs., nurse, inq 190 Main, rms 62 North 

Mary E., widow Solomon W., h 16 Grove 

Michael, emp Beoli Co., bds 76 Sanborn, W. F. 

Patrick, emp C. B. & Co., h 76 Sanborn, W. F. 

Patrick A., emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 12 Washington 

Richard L., hostler 12 Day, rms do. 
Collman Max, (Collman & Schobel) bds 13 Jerry 

& Schobel (Max Collman and Samuel Schobel), metals and 
paper stock Jackson av n Jerry 
Collonan Jeremiah F., emp Beoli Co., h 153 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Colomb Charles, carpenter, h 76 Lunenburg 

Colon Warren, wood turner and band sawyer r 5 Main, and confec- 
tionery 54 Green, h 89 Snow 
Colony George A., bds 50 Blossom 

George D., physician 50 Blossom, h do. 
Columbian Cafe, J. A. Pepin prop, 42 Day 

Club, 234 Main 
Comeau Maggie F. Miss, clerk 39 Daniels, bds 105 Clarendon 
Comee Mary F., widow James M., h 5 Goddard 
Comey William Wallace, h 8 Congress 
Comfort Fred W., motorman, h r 30 Putnam 
Comiskey Robert, emp P. M. Co., rms 74 Green 
Comley George F., boss dresser emp Beoli Co., h 153 Sanborn, W r . F. 

Hester Mrs., h 221 Ashburnham. W. F. 

Mark, emp Beoli Co., h 394 Ashburnham. W, F. 

COMMONS MICHAEL W., manager Gute Zeit Market, 44 
Main, bds 52 Day [see page 481] 
Comstock Rosella, widow Clarence, bds 113 Highland av 
Conant Stella T. Miss, clerk office Register of Deeds, bds 61 Mt. 

Vernon 
Conaty James, emn F. W. Co., bds 70 Sanborn, W. F. 

Sarah F. Miss, bds 70 Sanborn, W. F. 
Concannon James, laborer, bds 23 Second 
Condon Julia, widow Richard, h 108 Birch 
Thomas, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 54 Clinton 
W. J., clerk Fitchburg R. R., rms 62 Day 
Cone Frank B., insurance agent, h 41 Lunenburg 

William H., engineer F. R. R., h 2 Wood 
Congram Arthur H., spinner Beoli Co., h Felton, W. F. 

Fred, emp Beoli Co., bds Turnpike cor Princeton rd, W. F. 
John, prop West Fitchburg express, office N. Y. & B. Despatch 
Kxpress Co., and 166 Main, and flour, grain and feed 7 
Westminster, W. F., h 87 Eaton, do. 
John Jr., emp F. P. Co., bds 87 Eaton, W. F. 
Mary A., widow Michael, florist 26 View, h 28 do. 
Michael, emp John Congram, bds 87 Eaton, W. F. 
Thomas, emp F. Paper Co., h 81 Eaton, W. F. 



FITCHBUKG [C] DIRECTORY. 73 

Congram William, rem to Shirley 

Conklin Abram Rev., pastor First Universalist Church, (1) 51 
Mt. Vernon 

Mary C. Mrs., rem to Hartford, Conn. 
Conley Alexander, rem to Leominster 

Benjamin E., h 93 Myrtle av 

Daniel, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 3 Factory sq 
Conlon Anthony, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., bds 1 Hale 

John, laborer, h 24 Granite 

John, emp James Hanna, h 225 Water 

John B., h 62 Granite 

John B., emp P. M. Co., bds 211 Water 

Maggie Miss, h 223 Water 

Margaret Miss, emp Beoli Co., bds 92 Temple, W. F. 

Patrick, emp Powell Bros., h 24 Spruce 

Patrick J., emp Parkhill Mfg, Co., h 1 Hale 

Thomas, emp P. M. Co., h 211 Water 
Conn Charles R., grocer 32 River, h 30 do. 

Nancy M., widow J. A., bds 31 Mechanic 

Reuben R., watches and jewelry 362 Main, h 16 Elm 
Connell Philip, carpenter, h 43 Prichard 

— see O'Connell 
Connelly Honora, widow Peter, h Lancaster n Cleveland 

James, molder, bds r 2 Worcester 

Mary, widow Thomas, h 2 Middle street lane 

Michael, laborer, h rear 2 Worcester 

Peter F., bds Lancaster n Cleveland 

Philip, painter, bds Monroe n Birch 

Thomas, emp G. W. W. P. Co., bds 2 Middle street lane 
Connery Andrew, carpenter F. R. R. shop, h 10 Burnett 

Carrie Miss, dressmaker, bds 125 Charles 

Cora G. Miss, stenographer Iver Johnson Sporting Goods Co., 
bds 125 Charles 

John Edward, emp Sentinel Printing Co., bds 10 Burnett 

Mary A., widow Edward, h r 32 Putnam 
Connig Isaac P., machinist, h 88 Charles 

Mary A. Miss, teacher, bds 88 Charles 
Connor Catherine, widow Patrick, bds 171 Mt. Vernon 

Cornelius, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 13 Lincoln 

Daniel, laborer, bds 198 Water 

Dennis, laborer, bds 8 Hale 

Eliza, widow P. Charles, h 8 Taft 

Ellen T. Miss, nurse, inquire 196 Main, rms 1 Rockland 

James, emp F. S. E. Co., h 16 Nashua 

James J., plumber, h 27 Hannigan ct, W. F. 

James P., emp F. W. Co., bds 422 Water 

Johanna Miss, h 301 Water 

John, bds 124 Depot, W. F. 



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Connor John, rem to Leominster 

John, emp F. W. Co , bds 11 Boyle ct 

John, emp F. R. R., bds 16 Washington 

John C, laborer emp city, h 11 Boyle ct 

John H., electrician, bds 422 Water 

John H., emp C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 26 Salem 

John T., emp F. R. R. shop, h 299 Water 

Josephine Miss, dressmaker 20 Academy, rms do. 

Julia Miss, h 301 Water 

Mary Miss, h 301 Water 

Mary A., widow Thomas, h 422 Water 

Michael, laborer, h 3 Factory sq 

Michael, emp city, h 18 Morris 

Michael Mrs., boarding house 3 Factory sq 

Michael H., painter, bds 224 Water 

Michael M., emp F, S. E. Co., h 31 Clarendon 

Patrick, emp F. R. R. engine house, h 224 Water- 
Patrick, farmer, h Mechanic n Fisher rd 

Thomas, emp F. R. R., h 16 Washington 

Thomas F., emp Am. Wringer Co., bds 49 Snow 

— see O'Connor 
Connors Andrew, emp C. B. & Co., h Vernon above Cottage, W. F. 

James A., blacksmith, bds Vernon above Cottage, W. F. 

Michael J., emp F. Gas and EIpc. Light Co., h 61 Hey wood 

Patrick J., emp Beoli Co., bds Vernon above Cottage, W. F. 
Conrad William O., Rev., pastor Rollstone Cong, church, h 71 

Myrtle av 
Conren Edward H., bds 725 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Martin, blacksmith E. Davis & Son, h 725 Westminster Hill rd. 
W. F. 

Thomas F., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 27 Cleghorn 
Conroad T. Joshua, carpenter, h 108 Highland av 

Thomas H., emp 11 Day, bds 108 Highland av 

W T illiam L., machinist S. R.-M. Co., bds 108 Highland av 
Conroy Jeremiah Darby, emp P. M. Co., h 5 Morris 

Michael, emp P. M. Co., h 27 Hale 

Michael, rem to Ireland 

Michael Jr., emp P. M. Co., bds 27 Hale 

— see Conry 
Conry Luke, motorman, h 28 Walnut 

Patrick, boots and shoes 198 Water, h 19 Washington 

William E., manager Merchants Association of Boston (22) 115 
Main, rms 63 Snow 
Constantino George D., emp F. R. R., bds 28 Taft 

Nancy E. Mrs., bds 28 Taft 

William emp F. R. R., bds 92 Prichard 
Constantino Amable, foreman shop F. & L. St. Ry., bds 13 Devlin 
Contois Fred, emp Orswell Mills, bds 598 River 



FITCHBTJRG [C] DIRECTORY. 75 

Contois Joseph, emp G. A. Cutting, bds Damon rd n Mt. Elam rd 

Louis, emp Falulah Paper Co , h 666 Water 
Converse Irving O., jeweller 168 Main, h 64 Prichard 
Conway Ann Mrs, h 145 Rollstone 

CONWAY BROS., (Charles H. and George E. Conway) gro- 
ceries 318 Main [see page 476] 
Charles H., (Conway Bros.) 318 Main, h 12 Grove 
George E., (Conway Bros.) 318 Main, h 28 Mechanic 
Cook Alexander, emp Beoli Co., hl3 Norwood. W. F. 

COOK B. A. & CO., (Benjamin A. Cook and Herbert C. Prouty), 
paints, oils, glass, painters' supplies, artists' materials, pa- 
per hangings, etc. 237 Main [see page 493] 
Benjamin A., (B. A. Cook & Co.) 237 Main, h 22 Goodwin 
Charles T., clerk Damon & Gould Co., h 39 Cottage sq 
Charles T., emp F. R. R., h 50 Nashua 
Charles W., emp P. M. Co., h 110 Culley 
Edwin L., musician and machinist, h 36 Blossom 
George, emp Beoli Co., h 23 Norwood, W. F. 
George W., brakeman F. R. R., h 68 Green 

COOK MABELL M., physician 18 Hartwell, h do. Office hours 
1 to 3 and 6 to 7 p. m. 

Mark H., clerk 237 Main, h 105 Green 

Mary A., Miss, teacher high school, rms 69 High 

Mary A., widow Thomas, h 46 Central 

Sheldon R., watchman almshouse, bds do. 

Walton I., foreman J. R. Hosmer, h 91 Snow 
Cooke George H., boarding house and restaurant 144 Main, h do. 
Cookman Robert R., foreman W. C. Johnson, res North Leominster 
Cookson Charles W., (Bartow & Cookson) 413 River, h 470 Main 
Coolidge Cora H. Miss, teacher, bds 26 Holt 

Edwin H., emp F. S. B. Co., h 59 Mt. Vernon 

Frederic S., h 26 Holt 

Marcus A., contractor electric street railways (3) 129 Main, bds 
26 Holt 
Coombs Jesse F., policeman, bds 235 Rollstone 
Coonan Edward J., rem to Worcester 
Cooney Edward B., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 24 Norwood, W. F. 

James, emp F. S. E. Co., bds 143 Water 

Mary, widow Patrick, h 842 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Patrick J., clerk 106 Westminster, bds 842 Westminster FJ ill 
rd, W. F. 

Peter D., emp Beoli Co.. bds 842 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Cooper Alexander L., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 159 Fairmount 

Anna M., widow Ivory, bds 42 North 

Margaret, widow Martin, bds 116 Kimball 
Cootes Edward E., rem to Greenfield 
Copeland George, emp F. R. R. shop, h 99 Nashua 
Copell John, rem to Boston 



76 FITCHBURG [CJ DIRECTORY. 

Corbeille Alphonse, carriage maker emp 10 North, h 103 do. 
Corbett Anna Miss, bds 96 Depot, W. F. 

Mary Miss, rem to Worcester 
Corbiere Peter E., rem to Clinton 
Corbit Frank T., optician 187 Main, rms 15 Oliver 
Corcoran Cornelius, emp F. K. R., bds 20 Granite 

Daniel F., plumber emp Brownell & Mason, bds 186 Water 

Michael, laborer, h 186 Water 

— see Cochrane and Cochran 
Corey Adeline A., widow Jonas, h 99 Day 

Charles A., h 87 Boutelle 

David A., li 2 Mechanic 

Hannah, widow James, bds 68 Snow 

Susan M., widow Charles G., bds 77 Mt. Vernon 

Walter G., cashier W r achusett National Bank, h 1 Prospect 

Warren J., jobber 6 Oliver, rms do. 
Corley Patrick, emp Orswell Mills, h 10 West 
Cormier Aime, carpenter, h 89 Fairmount 

Amedee, emp Beoli Co., h 13 W T oodland 

Andrew, emp Beoli Co., bds 596 River 

Antoine, emp F. R. R. shop, h 43 Canton 

Ben, laborer, h 8 Leger 

Damien, emp F. M. Works, h 56 Railroad 

Elie, carpenter, h 32 Federal 

Fabian, carpenter, h 86 Plymouth 

Joseph, laborer, bds 32 Federal 

Joseph, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 37 Canton 

Peter, carpenter, h 32 Federal 

Peter, laborer, h 86 Plymouth 

Placide H., carpenter, h 79 Columbus 

Susie Mrs., bds 86 Plymouth 

Thomas J., emp C. B. &Co., h 723 Westminster, W. F. 
Corneli John A., foreman Iver Johnson's Arms and Cycle Works, h 

18 Kimball 
Cornell Amele, laborer, bds 3 1-2 West 

Ramouell, laborer F. R. R., h 3 1-2 West 
Cornu Noe, emp Paikhill Mfg. Co., bds 1 Franklin 
Corrigan Frank P., emp Fitchburg File Works, bds 3 Portland 
Corwin Grant W., foreman F. & L. St. Ry. Co., res Leominster 

Lester M., rem to Leominster 
Cosgrove John, laborer, h 8 Nashua 

Maurice, baker emp 6 Second, h 21 Hale 
Cosintino Frank, confectionery and fruit 108 Main, h 167 Canton 

Vital, fruit dealer, h 167 Canton 
Cosman Fred J., watchman F. R. R. car shops, h 213 Summer 
Cossette George, fireman F. R. R., bds 149 Water 
Costello David, h 70 Forest 

Edward, emp F. R. R,, h 25 Railroad 



FITCHBURG [C] DIRECTORY. 77 

Costello John K., milkman, h 129 Walton 

Lettie Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 70 Forest 

Maud Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 46 Maple 

Thomas M., emp Leominster, bds 46 Maple 

Thomas T., farmer, h 46 Maple 
Cote Adelard, laborer, h 80 .Circle 

Anaclet, lather, h 33 Heywood 

Andre A., clerk 134 Fairmount, bds 210 do. 

Azille, emp F. R. R , h 23 Heywood 

Dominick, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 146 Fairmount 

Ferdinand, laborer, h 76 Plymouth 

James, jobber, h 80 Fairmount 

Jeremiah, emp estate M. Davis, h 9 Railroad 

Joseph, carpenter, h 76 Lunenburg 

Lassard, bds 15 Rockland 

Leon, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 210 Fairmount 

Louis A., grocer 185 Fairmount, h do. 

Pierre, carpenter, h 210 Fairmount 

Pierre Mrs., millinery and shoes 212 Fairmount, h 210 do. 

Sedelie Miss, dressmaker, bds 210 Fairmount 
Cotter John, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 5 Morris 

Richard, emp F. R. R., h 37 Middle street lane 
Cotting John J., junk dealer, h 112 East 
Cotton John W., molder, rms 55 Oliver 

Max, peddler, bds 24 Boutelle 
Couch John, emp Beoli Co., h 31 Farmer, W. F. 
Couchon — see Cauchon 
Coughlin Daniel, emp Beoli Co., bds 89 Temple, W. F. 

Dennis, conductor F. R. R., bds 29 Crescent 

John, h 37 Middle 

Michael, conductor F. R. R., h 179 Summer 

Thomas F., enmF. W. Co., bds 37 Middle 

Timothy, emp F. W. Co., h 25 Salem 

Timothy, emp U. M. Co. h 23 Belmont 

William F., bds 37 Middle 
Couillard Charles, emp Leominster, h 38 Birch 

Joseph, emp F. W. Co., bds 8 Fourth 

Louise Miss, clerk H. A. Seidel, rms 100 Day 
Coulombe — see Colombe 

Coulter Edward, emp C. B. & Co., h off Westminster rd beyond 
Princeton rd, W. F. 

James, emp C. B. & Co., bds off Westminster rd beyond 
Princeton rd, W. F. 

Joseph, emp C. B. & Co., bds off Westminster rd beyond 
Princeton rd, W. F. 

William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 159 Fairmount 
Counihan Ellen, widow Charles, h 89 Beech 

John, emp city, h 6 Fourth 



78 FITCHBURG [CJ DIRECTORY. 

Counihan May Miss, emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 144 Lunenburg 

Counter — see Contois 

Courchene George, barber 6 Day, rms 150 Water 

Joseph, emp F. W. Co., h 69 Falulah 
Cournoyer Charles, laborer, bds 113 Bemis 

Emanuel, laborer, bds 113 Bemis 

Napoleon, laborer, bds 113 Bemis 
Court House, Elm between Hart-well and Church 
Courteau George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 15 Rockland 
Courtemanche John B., laborer, h r 79 Falulah 

Joseph, laborer, h 77 Falulah 

Malvina Miss, emp 197 Main, bds 48 Walnut 

Victoire, widow Andre, h 48 Walnut 
Courtney James, emp F. Gas and Electric Light Co., h 64 Granite 

John, emp M. J. Perault, h 8 Salem 

Michael, emp Beoli Co., bds 129 Sanborn, W. F. 
Cousins Eben T. , prop Cousins' L. & F. Express 237 Main, res 
Leominster 

Leominster & Fitchburg Express, 237 Main 

COUSINS LEWIS A., meat market (Public Market) 177 Main, 
h 179 do. [see front cover | 
Couture Louis, laborer, h 6 Fourth 

Zephirin, mason 52 Clinton, h do. 
Covell Melinda H., widow Charles T., bds 21 Oliver 

W r alter A., clerk Damon & Gould Co., h 10 Pearl 
Coverdale Lydia, widow Thomas, housekeeper 20 Bond 
Cowee Sarah M. Miss, bds 73 Central 
Cowdin Clara S., widow Robert, h Marshall rd 

COWDIN & WALKER (estate of N. Cowdin and C. C. Walker) 
soap mfrs 290 Water [see page 474] 
Cowdrey Charles F., (C. H. Cowdrey Machine Works) r 5 Main, 

bds 69 Lunenburg 
POWDREY C. H. MACHINE WORKS, mfrs self oiling 
\j pulleys, wood-turning lathes, back-knife lathes, rod and 

dowel machines r 5 Main [see front colored page VI] 
Henry E. (C. H. Cowdrey Machine Works) r 5 Main, h 33 

Good rich 
Priscilla L., widow Charles H., h 69 Lunenburg 
Cowles Rufus F., rec clerk N. Y., N. H. & H. P.. R. freight depot, 

h 37 Pleasant 
Cox Arthur, emp Beoli Co., h 126 Phillips, W. F. 
Arthur, carpenter, h 91 Lincoln 

James, emp C. B. & Co., h 897 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
James Jr., emp Beoli Co., bds 897 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Coy Albert M., h 133 Asbburnham, W. F. 

Coyle John F., molder M. J. Perault, rms Hotel Westmoreland 
Crabtree Albert, rem to Leominster 



FITCHBURG [C] DIRECTORY. 7 ( .) 

Cragin Benjamin F., h 41 Boutelle 

Charles W., jobber 11 Central, rms 502 Main 

Josephine E. Mrs., h Franklin rd, W. F. 

Franklin S., bookkeeper Damon & Gould Co., h 148 Myrtle av 

Ralph E., salesman E. B. Macy, rms 35 Oliver 

Raymond M., clerk Rodney Wallace, bds Franklin road, W. F. 
Craig Charles L., emp E. M. D. & Co., h 108 Myrtle av 

Orville, emp F. W. Co., h 11 Belmont 

Robert, h 96 Kimball 

Robert Jr., emp Parkhill Mfg Co., bds 96 Kimball 

William, h 110 Ashburnham, W. F. 

William H., emp Beoli Co., h 122 Ashburnham, \V. F. 
Cram Charles H., fireman F. R. R., h 56 Milk 

Frank H., emp N. Y., N. EL & H. R. R .., h 20 Blossom 
Crandall Frank L., h 105 Harrison av 

Herbert T., emp F. R. R., h 93 North 
Crandon Anna E. Miss, milliner emp 215 Main, rms 95 Day 
Crane Hosea B., carpenter emp F. R. R. shop, h 13 Hancock 

Jonathan, rem to Marblehead 

Melvin L., supt F. Paper Co., h 4 Eaton, W. F. 

Rose E. Miss, clerk 162 Main, bds 4 Eaton. W. F. 

Thomas H., foreman piping F. R. R., bds 39 Oliver 

Willis E., brakeman N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 67 Townsend 
Crapser Seward S., manager Cobb, Aldrich & Co. 153 Main, rms 

140 Prichard 
Crawford Edith F. Miss, waitress The Fitchburg. bds do. 

Fannie Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), bds 21 Goddard 

Solon J., emp F. M. Works, bds 88 Charles 
Crehore George H., foreman painter J. R. Hosmer, bds 11 Pleasant 

Harvey A., painter, h 11 Pleasant 
Creighton Georgie L. Miss, bds 98 Blossom 
Crepeau Henry, emp F. Steel Ball Co., h 6 Morris 
Crimmins Michael D., molder H. W. & Co., h 48 Granite 

CROCKER ADAMS, agent and treas Fitchburg Mfg. Co., h 18 
Fox [see page 431] 
Alvah, (Crocker, Burbank & Co.) 545 Westminster, W. F., h 
Prospect n Burbank 

CROCKER, BURBANK & CO. (Charles T. Crocker, George 
H. Crocker, Alvah Crocker, Edward S. Crocker, Charles 

T. Crocker, Jr.), paper mfrs, office 545 Westminster, W. F. 

P. O. address Fitchburg [see page 433] 
Charles T., (Crocker, Burbank & Co.) 545 Westminster, W. F. 

office (38) Park bldg 117 Main, h 84 Prospect 
Charles T. Jr., (Crocker, Burbank & Co.) 545 Westminster, 

W. F., h 136 Prospect 
Edward S., (Crocker, Burbank & Co.) 545 Westminster, W. F. 

pres Union xMachine Co., h 57 Mechanic 
Emmons, treas and manager U. M. Co., h 48 Mechanic 



80 FITCHBURG [C] DIRECTORY. 

Crocker George H., (Crocker, Burbank & Co.) 545 Westminster, 
W. F.,h 75 Prospect 

Kendall F., overseer F. Mfg. Co., bds 84 Prospect 

Minerva C, widow Alvah, h 325 Main 

Paul, asst engineer F. R. R., bds 84 Prospect 

Samuel E. Mrs., h 51 Mechanic 
Croft John, rem to Hartford, Conn. 
Cronin Catherine, widow William, h 49 Cedar 

Cornelius J., motorman, bds 655 Water 

Dennis, emp F. R. R., bds 38 Granite 

James C, molder, h 14 Hale 

John, switchman F. R. R., h 38 Granite 

Joseph, emp Leominster, h 243 Water 

Joseph C, baggage master F. R. R., h 243 Water 

Lizzie Mrs., h 34 Putnam 

Susan Miss, h 14 Hale 

W T illiam, emp Beoli Co., h 248 Sanborn, W. F. 
Cronkite Helen V. Mrs., bds 53 South 

C HOOKER FRANK B., meat and vegetable market 88 and 90 
Green, h 58 do. [see page 480] 

Henry A., carpenter, h 117 Charles 

Luther A., fish market and confectionery 70 Green, h 96 do. 

Willie D., carpenter, h 121 Charles 
Crosby Bernard, emp Beoli Co., bds 907 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Emily J., widow Richard H., h 23 Cascade, W. F. 

George F., h 66 Myrtle av 

George P., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 8 Pearl 

Harry, fireman F. R. R., bds 52 1-2 Day 

Richard, emp F. W. Co., bds 335 Water 

William S., hostler 4 Temple, W. F., h 16 Wachusett, do. 

Zachariah, emp C. B. & Co., h 907 Westminster Hill rd, W r . F. 
Cross C. A. & Co. (incorporated), wholesale grocers 21 Water 

Charles A., pres C. A. Cross & Co. (incorporated), h 428 Main 

Charles L., clerk, h 41 Cedar 

Charlotte M., widow Daniel, h 118 Pleasant 

Harriet J. Miss, bds 118 Pleasant 

James H., clerk F. R. R. freight office, rms 254 Main 

Louis, emp Fitchburg File Works, h 76 Lunenburg 
Croteau Augustin, teamster, h 56 Clarendon 

Ferdinand, h 22 Plymouth 

Henry, emp F. W. Co., h 16 Granite 

Joseph, emp F. W. Co., bds 22 Plymouth 

Lazard, h Duck Mill rd 

William, emp Orswell Mill, h 22 Plymouth 
Croto Arthur J., canvasser, bds 18 South 

Joseph, janitor Police Station No. 1, h 18 South 
Crotty John, h 16 Granite 

John T., printer emp 25 W'ater, h 12 Granite 



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[C] DIRECTORY. 81 



Crotty William F., laborer, bds 16 Granite 

Crowell John G., foreman upholsterer F. R. R. shop, rms 61 Snow 

Wallace G., emp F. R. R. shop, rms 61 Snow 
Crowfoot Ernest W., clerk W. C. Johnson, bds 48 Cedar 

George E., machinist emp F. M. Works, h 48 Cedar 
Crowle Nellie P. Mrs., indexer court house, bds 42 Summer 
Crowley Charles E., slater, h 80 Jerry 

Daniel P., laborer, bds Wanoosnoc rd 

Jeremiah, farmer, h Wanoosnoc rd 

Jeremiah, concrete paver 23 Belmont, h do. 

John J., foreman F. S. B. Co., h 234 W T ater 

Julia E. Miss, emp Leominster, bds 38 Granite 

Kate Miss, emp Leominster, bds 38 Granite 

Michael, emp I). M. Dillon, bds 31 Nashua 

Timothy, laborer, h 26 Hale 
Cro«vther John H., engineer F. R. R., h 110 Myrtle av 
Cuff Michael, laborer, bds 21 Third 
Cullen Catherine, widow John, h 146 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Joseph, emp Beoli Co., bds 71 Cleghorn 

Rose A. Miss., teacher, bds 146 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Culley Albert E., (Fitchburg File Works) 76 Lunenburg, bds 67 
Congress 

Edith F. Miss, clerk C. A. Cross & Co., bds 67 Congress 

Elsie B. Miss, clerk office register of deeds, bds 67 Congress 

CULLEY F. C, W. E. & A." E., props Fitchburg File Works 
76 and 78 Lunenburg [see page 441] 
Fannie E. Miss, indexer court house, bds 67 Congress 
Frank C, (Fitchburg File Works) 76 Lunenburg, h 71 Con- 
gress 
Martha A., widow Eli, h 67 Congress 

Walter E., (Fitchburg File Works) 76 Lunenburg, bds 67 
Congress 
Cullinan Michael, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., h 56 Canton 

— see Collonan 
Cullingford Charles, emp P. M. Co., h 77 Culley 
Culliton Henry P., emp F. R. R. shop, bds 11 Charles 
Cullum — see Galium 
Culver Aid en G., rem to Concord, N. H. 
Benjamin D., bds (2) 10 Day 

Henry G., conductor N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h (2) 10 Day 
Cnmings Emma E., widow John O., h 6 Simonds 
Fred L., (L. W. Cumings & Son), h 13 Wood 
Leander W., (L. W. Cumings & Son), h 102 Day 
L. W. & Son, (L. W. & F. L. Cumings) real estate 14 Day 
Maria H., widow Edwin N., h 35 Mechanic 
Cummings Blanche L. Miss, cashier C. A. Cross & Co., rms 1 
Joslin place 



82 FITCHBUKG [C] DIRECTORY. 

pUMMINGS ERNEST N., (Cummings & Remington) 356 
V^ Main, and (Cummings & Shedd) h 65 Mechanic 

Ethel Miss, emp Phoenix Cafe, rms 239 1-2 Main 

George A., emp F. M. Works, h r 33 Willow 

George A., emp Joseph Cummings, bds 102 East 

Grace E. Miss, milliner emp 192 Main, bds 76 Lawrence 

Israel Mrs., h 18 Pine 

Joseph, mason and builder 102 East, h do. 

Joseph N., emp Powell Bros., bds 102 East 
CUMMINGS MARCELLUS W., undertaker 211 Main, h 76 
\j Laurel [see page 482] 

Michael, emp G. W. W. P. Co., h b6 Canton 

Mitchell, stone mason, bds 102 East 

Oscar E., driver A. S. Bliss, bds 75 Snow 

Thaddeus, machinist F. M. Works, h 76 Lawrence 
CUMMINGS & REMINGTON, (E. N. Cummings and H. E. 
\j Remington) wholesale paper dealers, stationers, blank book 

mf rs, book binders, wooden ware, etc. 356 Main [see p 434] 
CUMMINGS & SHEDD, (E. N. Cummings and G. F. Shedd) 
V^ hardware, cutlery, paints, oils, etc. 350 Main [see page 467] 

Cunningham Alexander, emp Parkhill Mfg. C<».. bds 10 Beech 

Estella M. Miss, clerk 150 Main, bds 19 Fulton 

George, clerk 228 Main, bds 19 Fulton 

James, painter, h 19 Fulton 

James, machinist emp 20 Rollstone, h 22 School 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h Ashburnham Hillrdn West 

John M., engineer Grant Yarn Co., h 10 Beech 

Mamie A. Miss, clerk 152 Main, rms 47 Day 

Mary E. Mrs., nurse, rms 41 Lunenburg 

William A., rem to Boston 

William E., office Boston, bds The Fitchburg 
Curley John F., parcel express 196 Main, h 107 Highland av 
Curran Catherine, widow Daniel, h 8 Second 

John, laborer, h 43 Water street lane 

Michael, emp R. Wallace, bds 23 Cascade, W. F. 

William, teamster, h Townsend rd 
Currier Edward, emp E. M. D. & Co., rms 14 North 

CURRIER F. C. & SON, (Festus C. and Fred A. Currier) 
steamship ticket agents and foreign exchange (1) 129 Main 

[see page 430] 
Festus C, (F. C. Currier & Son) (1) 129 Main, h 35 Mt. 

Vernon 
Frederick A., (F. C. Currier & Son), also (Currier & Blan- 

chard) 129 Main, sec Fitchburg Co-operative Bank, bds 35 

Mt. Vernon 
Georgia M. Miss, (White & Currier) 184 1-2 Main, bds 49 

Mt. Vernon 
Ida M. Miss, stenographer Jennison Plumbing Co., rms 113 

Snow 



FITCHBURG [C J DIRECTORY. 83 

Currier John, emp E. M. D. & Co., h 93 Cedar- 
Maria B., widow Isaac H., bds 3 Harrison av 
William, barber emp O. P. Remington, rms 4 Wood 

CURRIER & BLANCHARD, (Frederick A. Currier and James 
M. Blanchard) fire insurance agents (1) 129 Main [see 
page 450] 
Curry Daniel, rem to Pennsylvania 

Eugene, trav salesman C. A. Cross & Co., h 40 Highland av 
Curtis Edward B., clerk Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 12 Warren 

Frank P., clerk 153 Main, rms 191 do. 

Isabella Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 187 Fairmount 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 187 Fairmount 

Lorenzo, prop parcel delivery express 30 Pine, h do. 

Wilnuot B., rem to Haverhill 
Cushing Adeline K., widow Laban, bds 42 Summer 

Arthur W., hostler 41 Fox, h 72 do. 

Charles T., janitor city hall, h 26 Mechanic 

Edward, baggage master F. R. R., bds 34 Snow 

Ellen M., widow Milton M., bds 10 Prospect 

Helen Miss, bds 325 Main 

Henry, emp E. M D. & Co., h 24 Morris 

James P., emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 34 Snow 

John C, emp D. M. Dillon, h r 16 Granite 

CUSHING J. & CO., H. C. Hawley manager, grist mill, grain ele- 
vator, saw mill and lumber dealers 23 Laurel [see page 474] 

Matthew, student, bds 10 Prospect 

Milton L., foreman J. Cushing & Co., h 10 Prospect 

Nora Mis., h 34 Snow 

Robert D., asst engineer F. R. R., bds 450 Main 

Sewall G., wood turner 29 Newton pi, h 15 Oak 
Cushman F. H. Mrs., teacher of music public schools, bds American 

House 
Cusick John, emp C. B. & Co., h 352 Princeton rd, W. F. 

Michael, laborer, h 352 Princeton rd, W. F. 
Custeau James A., telegraph operator F. R. R., h 111 Green 
Cuthbert James, machinist, h 8 Linden 
Cuthbertson Alexander, machinist emp J. B. Mfg. Co., h 63 Milk 

Effie M. Miss, teacher, bds 63 Milk 

Lola A. Miss, clerk Leominster, bds 63 Milk 
Cutler George H.. (G. H. & T. Cutler) 235 Main, bds 57 Laurel 

G. H. & T., (George H. and Tarrant Cutler) grocers 235 Main 

Maria M., widow Ira E., h 30 Spring 

Mary E. Miss, h 57 Laurel 

Myrton A., janitor Fitchburg Bank block, and engraver 30 
Spring, h do. 

Tarrant, (G. H. & T. Cutler) 235 Main, h 57 Laurel 
Cutter Edward J., physician 30 Prichard, res Leominster 

Walter L. Mrs., bds 143 Blossom 



84 FITCHBURG [D] DIRECTORY. 

Cutting George A., farmer, h Damon rdn Mt. Elam rd 
Mary Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 12 Leighton 
Robert H., emp F. R. R., h 136 Laurel 

Daby Annie S., widow Garvin D., h 39 Willow 
DaCosta Ella, widow Antonio M., h 32 Crescent 

Frank, carpenter, h 1 Poplar n Summer 
Dacy. David C, emp Beoli Co., bds 90 Milk 

George, emp S. Mfg. Co., rms 52 Day 

Jeremiah D., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 19 Pine 

John, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., bds 15 Nashua 

Lawrence, emp F. R. R., h 90 Milk 

Lawrence, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 15 Nashua 

Lawrence F., emp C. B. So Co., h 86 Temple, W. F. 

Nellie L. Miss, teacher, bds 19 Pine 

Patrick H., carpenter, bds 19 Pine 

Patrick R., car inspector F. R. R., h 17 William 

William H., janitor F. Public Library, h 20 Nashua 
Daffy Annie J. Miss, teacher, bds 87 Charles 

Emma J. Miss, teacher, bds 87 Charles 

James, emp F. Gas and Electric Light Co.. h 87 Charles 
• Michael, rem to Lowell 
Dagenais Joseph A., clerk 403 Main, bds 141 Rollstone 
Dagesse Peter, emp W. Edwards Slate Co., bds 81 Green 
Daggett Everett S., rem to New York 
Dahl H. P. N., eye specialist 197 1-2 Main, res Maynard 
Dahlman Oscar, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 41 West 
Daigle Catherine, widow Fabian, bds 46 Madison 

James, carpenter, h 46 Madison 

Nelson, emp C. L. Fairbanks, h 59 Fairmount 
Daigneault Cesaire, laborer, h 150 Fairmount 

Pierre, emp Grant Yarn Co., h 150 Fairmount 
Dai ley Bridget M., widow Patrick, h 147 Westminster, W. F. 

Cornelius, laborer, h 28 Morris 

Daniel, emp F. W. Co., h 2 Middle street lane 

Dennis, emp F. W. Co., bds 8 Third 

Ellen, widow Daniel, bds 145 Lunenburg 

Ellen, widow James, h 8 Third 

George F., engineer F. A McCauliff, h 117 Leighton 

James B., emp E. M. D. & Co., h 2 Hale 

James E., farmer, h Wanoosnoc rd 

Jeremiah, laborer Powell Bros., bds 20 Granite 

John, emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 29 North 

John, emp G. W. W. P. Co., h 18 Worcester 

John, emp C. L. Fairbanks, h 21 Granite 

John, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 270 Water 

John, Jr., laborer, bds 21 Granite 

Julia Miss, h 12 Clinton 



FITCHBURG [D] DIRECTORY. 85 

Dailey Thomas, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 93 Cleghorn 

Timothy, emp F. Gas and Electric Light Co., bds 9 Salem 

— see Daley and Daly 
Daisey Bella Miss, rem to Philadelphia, Pa. 
Daisy Eliza A. Miss, rms 20 River 

Henry H., motorman F. & L. St. Ry., h 668 Water 

Willis H., rem to Charlestown 
Dalbec Joseph, emp F. Duck Mill, h 116 Bemis 
Daley Ambrose, rem to Leominster 

Daniel F., meat market 3 Salem, bds 1 do. 

James, janitor School street school, h 41 Milk 

James H., emp D. F. Daley, h 38 Day 

Mary Miss, bookkeeper 3 Salem, bds 1 do. 

William, h 1 Salem 
Dalton Moses, laborer, h 3 Newport 

Samuel R., conductor F. & L. St. Ry., bds 64 Bemis 

Thomas, musician, bds 23 South 
Daly Catherine, widow John, h 49 North 

Lizzie A. Miss, teacher, bds 49 North 

Michael J., cashier N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. freight office, h 85 
Highland av 

— see Dailey and Daley 
Dame Adeline, widow Nazaire, bds 47 Exeter 

Nazaire, peddler, h 47 Exeter 

Paul, rem to Waltham 

Peter, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 29 North 

William F., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 29 North 
Damien Alphonse, stone cutter emp D. O'Connor, h 228 Pratt rd 
Damon Abbie M., widow David, h 204 River 

Adeline Miss, bds 38 Prospect 

Albert B., photographer (32) 145 Main, h 37 School 

Calvin C, policeman, h 116 Lawrence 

Charles H., bds Derby House 

D. Irving, prop Derby House 99 Main, h do. 

Frank A., dentist 355 1-2 Main, h 204 River 

Frank H., clerk postoffice, h 102 Myrtle av 

Franklin C, carriage mfr and repairer Back Bay off Putnam, h 
114 North 

George, carpenter emp 23 Newton pi, h 38 Prospect 

Hattie G. Miss, clerk 226 Main, bds 59 Myrtle av 

Herbert A., teller Fitchburg National Bank, h 41 Mt. Vernon 

Horace, carpenter, h 37 School 

John, rem to Brookline 

Lucy J., widow Addison, h 59 Myrtle av 

Myron B., pres Damon & Gould Co. 135 Main, h 14 Beacon 

Richard C., emp F. R. R. shop, h Pleasant View Park 

Walter M., clerk 1 Main, h 31 Pleasant 



86 FITCHBURG [D] 



DIRECTORY. 



DAMON & GOULD CO., M. B. Damon pies and R. D. Gould 
treas, hardware, iron, steel, paints, sporting goods, oil, lime 
and cement 135 Main [see page 466] 
Danahy Jeremiah, emp F. W. Co., bds 29 Third 
Danby Lucy A., widow John H., h 87 Laurel 
Dandurand Philip, emp Lowe Bros. & Co,, h 107 Falulah 
Danforth Gilman, parcel express 207 Main, h 337 Lunenburg 
Daniels Ernest T., clerk 350 Main, h 30 Garnet 

Herbert L., bds 504 Main 

John H., real estate 504 Main, h do. 

Mary, widow George T., h 72 Pleasant 
Danielson Daniel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, and newsdealer, sta- 
tionery and boots and shoes 296 Main, h 5 1-2 West 
Dano — see Daignault 
Danyew Jennie Mrs., bds 2 Orange 

Mabel E. Miss, telephone operator 162 Main, bds 368 do. 
Daoult Ovila J., emp F. M. W., h 67 Summit 
Darch Elias, emp Beoli Co., h 15 Sanborn, W. F. 

Thomas, laborer, bds 27 Cascade, W. F. 

William, emp C. B. & Co., h 84 Wachusett, W. F. 
Darcy Eliza Mrs., h 20 Granite 

Jeremiah, rem to Syracuse, N. Y. 

John, emp F. S. E. Co., h 20 W T alnut 
Dargis James, bds 235 Water 

Joseph, emp F. W. Co., h 220 Albee 
Daris Elzear, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 77 Plymouth 
Darling Benjamin P., emp 37 North, h 44 Laurel 

Mary J. Mrs., nurse, bds 15 Oak 
Dartt Edward F., emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 88 Winter 

James, rem to Boston 
D'Assumption Clara Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 170 Kimball 
Dauphin a is Arthur, bds 225 West 

Elizabeth, widow Dominick, h 225 West 

Louis, emp Orswell Mills, and shoemaker 137 Fairmount, h 265 

Rivet- 
Louis, emp Orswell Mills, h 47 Pratt 

Magloire, h 19 Pratt 
Davee Carrie M. Miss, bookkeeper 153 Main, rms 14 Cherry 
Davenport W r illiam H., emp Nockege Mill, h 112 Myrtle av 
David Joseph, paper engineer Falulah Paper Co., h 9 Falulah 

Maurice, stonecutter F. A. McCauliff*, h 88 Falulah 
Davidson Andrew, h 207 River 

David, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 143 Mechanic 

Harry, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., h 6 Kimball 

James, weaver, bds 6 Kimball 

John H., emp F. S. E. Co., bds 27 Bond 

John W., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 6 Kimball 

Martin J., h 81 Green 






FITCHBURG [D] DIRECTORY. S7 

Davidson Walter R., emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., bds 81 Green 

William, overseer Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 100 Kimball 

— see Davison 
Davies Jane A., widow Joseph E., h 86 Lincoln 
Davignon Athanase, laborer^ h 86 Plymouth 
Davis Abbie G., widow Joel, h 52 Laurel 

Addie T. Miss, milliner emp 215 Main, bds 45 Forest 

Alva S., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 76 Culley 

Alvin G., h 134 Lunenburg 

Alvin W., fish market r 8 East, h 8 do. 

DAVIS ARCHER C, livery stable 134 Lunenburg, h do. [see 
page 497] 
Auzman H., overseer F. Duck Mills, bds 395 Water 
Charles L, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 208 Blossom 
Charles S., carpenter, bds 18 Myrtle av 
Chauncey O., rem to West Brookfield 
Clara A. Miss, bds 18 Myrtle av 
Edward J., foreman S. Mfg. Co., h Cedar pi n Pearl 
Ella C. Miss, emp E. F. Belding & Co., bds 80 Lawrence 
Ezekiel (E. Davis & Son), Rockville, W. F., h 48 Sanborn, do. 

DAVIS E. & SON, (Ezekiel and W. H. Davis), machine knife 
mfrs Rockville, W. F. [see page 435] 
Frank B. Mrs., bds 42 Chestnut 

Franklin S., emp A. D. Waymoth & Co., h 28 Kimball 
Frederick H., carpenter, h 54 Highland av 
George W., emp 390 Main, h Mt. Globe cor Marshall 
Grace U. Miss, teacher W. F. school, bds Cedar pi 
Harriet A., widow John E., h 18 Myrtle av 
Henry W., clerk 335 Main, h 58 Mt. Vernon 
Hiram H., emp F. S. E. Co., h 347 Blossom 
Irving H., bookkeeper 350 Main, bds 56 Mt. Vernon 
Jennie A. M. Miss, cloak maker emp 150 Main, rms (2) 42 do. 
J. F., fireman N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., rms 409 Main 
Kate Miss, emp Nichols & Frost, rms 32 Main 
Laroy J., agent Tenney's soaps, bds 52 Laurel 
Lester M., trav salesman, h 24 Hartwell 
Lewis G., carpenter, h 35 Pearl 
Lloyd J , bds 24 Hartwell 
Lucy M., widow Mial, h 69 Highland av 
Mary J., widow Abram B., h 80 Lawrence 
Marv S., widow Alonzo, bds 17 Cottage sq 
Melviu N., emp F. R. R., h 127 Blossom 

DAVIS MIAL, ESTATE OF, props City Lumber Yard 31 
North [see front cover] 
Nelson W\, clerk 146 Main, h 233 1-2 do. 
Sarah E., widow Josiah S., h 91 Milk 
Silas W., emp 331 Main, h 56 Mt. Vernon 
Stephen W., milk dealer, h Richardson rd 
8 



88 FITCHBURG [D] DIRECTORY. 

DAVIS THOMAS W., grocer and meat market 304 Main, h 
66 Mechanic [see page 478] 
DAVIS WALTER A., city clerk, office city hall, h 71 View n 
Bond 
Walter E., sub letter carrier, h 14 Wood 
William E., emp F. R. R. shop, bds 190 1-2 Main 
Willis H. (E. Davis & Son), Rockville, W r . F., h 171 Ashburn- 
ham, do. 
Davison Bessie M. Miss, asst bookkeeper 152 Main, bds 99 Cedar 
Blanche V. Miss, emp Nichols 6c Frost, bds 99 Cedar 
Joseph H., clerk Union Coal Co., bds 99 Cedar 
Mary, widow Harry, h 99 Cedar 
— see Davidson 
Dawson William, conductor F. & L. St. Ry., h 19 Cross 
Day Abbie W. Miss, tailoress H. E. Goodere, bds 61 Pleasant 
Albert S., (Albert S. Day & Son) 32 Main, h do. 
Albert S. & Son (Albert S. Day and John E. Dav), billiard 

hall 32 Main 
Catherine, widow William, h 62 Prichard 
Edward H., trav salesman J. Cushing & Co., h 96 Myrtle av 
Francis A., student, bds 28 Church 
G. Fred P., deputy tax collector, h 139 Mt. Vernon 
Howard, h 28 Church 

Jennie M., widow M. Edwin, bds 33 Forest 
John E., (Albert S. Day & Son) 32 Main, bds do. 
Lizzie M., widow Amos B., bds 87 North 
Martha C, widow Nathan S., h 116 Myrtle av 
Mary A., widow Cromwell, h 15 Cross 

DAY STREET DRUG STORE, Charles A. Fournier manager 
25 Day [see page 457] 

Street School, Day, Union and Snow streets 

Susan B. Mrs., h 139 Mt. Vernon 
Dean Andrew J., farmer, h Ashburnham Hill rd cor Caswell rd,W. F. 

Harold M., teacher high school, rms 47 Blossom 

Lindley W., asst cashier freight office F. R. R., h 76 Boutelle 

Sarah J., widow Darwin, bds 339 Blossom 
Deane Anna F., widow Charles P., bds 33 Garnet 

Herbert C, machinist, emery grinders, saw arbors, special 
machinery and jobbing r 1 Main, h 41 Winter 

Samuel, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 65 Cleghorn 
Debien John, laborer, h King street pi. 

DeBonville Antoine, emp F. Gas and E. Light Co., h 121 Leighton 
Dechene — see Deschenes 
DeCoff John B., carpenter, h 23 Wilmot 
Decoteaux — see Descoteau 
Dee Annie Miss, dressmaker 349 1-2 Main, h do. 

Katie Miss, emp Leominster, bds 11 Morris 

William, emp H. B. Dyer, bds 82 Winter 



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Deering William R., engineer F. R. R., h 51 Blossom 
Deery Arthur, emp P. M. Co., h 138 Kimball 

James P., bricklayer, bds 138 Kimball 

John, emp P. M. Co., h Rollstone rd 

Patrick, rem to Providence, R. I. 

— see Derry 
Defoe — see Dufort 

Degan John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 8 Laflamme pi 
Degenkolbe Otto, rem to Rockville, Conn. 
De Jesus Mary Mrs., bds 1 Poplar n driving park 
Dekindjian Simon, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 2 Highland ct 
Delahanty Charles J., accountant 61 Academy, h do. 

George K., law student (4) Wachusett Bank blk, bds 61 
Academy 

Harriet Miss, teacher High street school, bds 61 Academy 

Thomas, bread peddler, rms 6 Kimball 
Delaney Edward, emp city, bds 4 Main 

Ira J., rem to Marlboro 

John, laborer, h Mechanic n Fisher rd 

John, bds 4 Main 

John 2d, laborer, h 35 Railroad 

Maggie F. Miss, emp 152 Main, bds 35 Railroad 

Oren W., foreman Greene & Sneddon, h WJiittemore n Mechanic 

Timothy Jr., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 96 Kimball 
Delay Jeremiah J., emp I. J. A. & C. W'orks, bds 21 Nashua 

Patrick, laborer, h 21 Nashua 
Delea Catherine, widow William, h Turnpike, W. F. 

Henry, emp C. B. &. Co.. h 18 Sanborn, W. F. 

William, shipping clerk C. B. & Co., h 9 Depot, W. F. 
Delime Rose Miss,' bds 103 North 
Delisle Delina, widow Edward, h 163 Fairmount 

Edward, painter, h 19 Chester 

Jacques, dry goods, boots and shoes 17 Daniels, h do. 

Joseph, laborer, h 76 Lunenburg 

Joseph Jr., rem to Leominster 

Leon, painter 39 Allen, h do. 
Dello Tacono Pasquale, emp city, h 134 Heywood 
Delorme Damase, foreman painter A. A. Holt, h 176 Summer 

J. Baptiste, h 223 Bemis 

Joseph, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 44 Falulah 

Louis S. ? barber 72 Main, h 26 Blossom 
Delphey Edmund, emp Boston Screw Co., h 64 Kimball 
De Martina Frank, rem to Roxbury 
Demers Frank, h 146 Fairmount 

Isaac, bds Hotel Balmoral, 13 Prichard 

Joseph, laborer, h Q6 Columbus 

Osias Miss, milliner, bds 13 Prichard 

William F., prop Hotel Balmoral 13 Prichard, h do. 






90 FITCHBURG |~D] DIRECTORY. 

Deming W. E., rem to New York 
Demmon Edson S., h 94 Snow 

Ernest A., erap Kimball Electric Co., bds 94 Snow 

Henry B., peddler, h 63 North 

DEMMON WILLIAM M., house and sign painter and paper 
hanger 27 Oliver, h 49 East [see page 494] 
Demoncl Edward H., driver E. A. Stone, h 37 Pearl 
Dempsey Bridget, widow John, h 28 Middle 

Clarence H., bds 685 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Daniel, cabinet maker, h 90 1-2 North 

John E , h 685 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 85 Beech 

William E., clerk 497 Main, bds 20 Davis 
Dennett Edward E., paymaster Beoli Co., h 126 Pleasant 
Dennihan James F., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 661 Water 
Dennis Hannah R , widow Willard, h 38 Pleasant 

John B. Mrs., bds 60 Columbus 

— see St. Denis 
Denommez Leon, emp Orswell Mills, bds 161 Fairmount 

Louis, foreman Orswell Mills, h 262 River 

Priest, emp Orswell Mills, h 165 Fairmount 
Denver Edward F. Mrs., h 169 Mt. Vernon 

James, foreman Falulah Paper Co., bds r 3 Sheridan 

William, machine tender Falulah Paper Co., h r 3 Sheridan 
Depelto Arthur H., barber emp Main cor Laurel, h 6 Milk 
Deprey Joseph, laborer, h 598 River 
Deragon Ernest J., emp E. M. D. & Co., h 59 Clinton 
Derby Eli H., gardener, h 61 Arlington 

Gilbert H., h 164 Blossom 

H. Emma Miss, bds 99 Main 

Henry S., messenger N. Y. & B D. Ex. Co., h 51 Fox 

Herbert E., watchmaker, bds 565 Main 

House, D. I. Damon prop, Railroad sq and 99 Main 

James P., druggist and mfg pharmacist 375 Main, h 46 Arlington 

Josephine F., widow H. P., h 130 Academy 

Lizzie C. Miss,. emp E. F. B. & Co., bds 48 Lincoln 

Lucy J. Miss, clerk Fitchburg Savings Bank, rms 190 Prichard 

Sarah F. Miss, teacher High street school, bds 130 Academy 

Warren, rem to Ashburnham 
Deribian John, emp 1. J. A. & C. Works, rms 546 Main 

Kl.achadoor, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 521 Main 

DERICK CHARLES J., harness maker 19 Day, h 33 Charles 
[see page 496] 
DeRoach Peter, carpenter, h 60 Lunenburg 

Van F., carpenter, h 60 Lunenburg 
DeRosa Joseph, shoemaker 268 Water, bds 266 do. 
Derry Gebrge; hostler C. F. Dewing, h 41 Madison 
Desauliers Joseph, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 88 Oak Hill rd 






FITCHBURG [D] DIRECTORY. 91 

Desauliers Nazaire, watchman Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 73 Daniels 

Desbiens Thomas, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 584 Water 

Descauteau Joseph, clerk 221 Fairmount, bds 206 do. 

Deschamps Joseph, laborer, h 141 Fairmount 

Deschaux Joseph Rev., asst St. Joseph's French Catholic church, h 

47 Fairmount 
Deschenes Alfred, stonecutter, h 142 Madison 

Alphonse M., carpenter 50 Daniels, h do. 

Flora, widow William, rem to Canada 

Napoleon M., druggist 138 Fairmount, bds 50 Daniels 

Philias M., rem to New Bedford 

Thomas, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 88 Falulah 
Descoteau Napoleon Andrew, carpenter, h 76 Lunenburg 
Desgrosseillers John, teamster, h 38 East 

John B., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 43 Pratt 

Joseph, emp W. A. Garno, h 198 Beech 

Ulderic, blacksmith F. A. McCauliff, h 43 Pratt 
Desjeans Jean B., laborer, h 548 Main 

Samuel, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 548 Main 

William, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 548 Main 
Desloges Fred, laborer, h 35 First 

Octave, emp Orswell Mills, h 233 Beech 
Deslauriers John, rem to Providence, R. I. 

Joseph A., carpenter, h 47 Summit 

Philip A., hackman 23 Snow, h 47 Summit 
Desmarais Napoleon, laborer, h 206 Fairmount 
Desmond Cornelius, emp F. File Works, bds 248 W T ater 

Daniel C, emp F. File Works, h 49 Pacific 

Henry F., teamster emp William Curran, Townsend rd, bds do. 

John F., foreman yard C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 40 Birch 

John J., emp F. R. R. yard, h 35 Granite 

Mary E., widow Dennis, h 248 Water 

Michael, carpenter, h 247 Water 
Desorey Louis, rem to Newton 

Pacific, emp B. M. Pitts, h 612 Main 

Peter, rem to Newton 
Desorge Paul, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 400 Main 
Desotelle Fred, emp F. W. Co., rms 296 W r ater 
Des Rivieres Gustave C. grocer 403 Main, h 141 Rollstone 
Desroche Francis, emp F. R. R. shop, h 38 Beinis 
Desrochers Samuel, laborer, h 9 Chester 
Desrosiere Levi, emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 41 Cherry 
Desrosiers Abraham, clerk, bds 56 Railroad 

Alphonse, rem to Leominster 

Francis L., rem to Worcester 

Napoleon, rem to Canada 

Philemon, emp F. M. Works, h 79 Walnut 
Deverney Levi, rem to Leominster 



92 FITCHBURG [D] DIRECTORY. 

Devier Daniel, laborer, h 86 Plymouth 

Devlin James S., machinist F. W. Co., and confectionery 51 Bemis, 
h 95 Falulah 

Joseph E., emp F. W. Co., bds 95 Falulah 

William, weaver, bds 22 Westminster, W. F. 
Dewane — see Duane 

DEWING CHESTER F., American House Stable 12 Day and 
Fitchburg Hotel Stables r 369 Main, bds 10 Pleasant [see 
page 497] 
George W., emp American House Stable, h 10 Pleasant 
Dickey Marie J. Miss, bds 24 Congress 

Dickinson Charles P., (E. M. Dickinson & Co.) and (Sole Leather 
Tip Co.) h 273 Main 
Clarence A., h 10 Taft 

Elijah M., (E. M. Dickinson & Co.) and (Sole Leather Tip Co.), 
h 267 Main 

DICKINSON E. M. & CO., (Elijah M. and C. P. Dickinson) 
shoe mfrs Main cor North, salesroom 83 Bedford, Boston 
[see page 441] 
Samuel, salesman C. A. Cross & Co., rms 166 Summer 
Dickson Henry A., h 99 Pearl 
Dictafeno Filomeno, laborer, h 45 Heywood 

Dietlein Christian, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h Blossom n Me- 
chanic 
Dillaway Frank H., candy maker emp 128 1-2 Main, rms 63 Snow 
Dillingham William E., fireman F R. R., rms 112 Myrtle av 
Dillon Benjamin H., with D. M. Dillon, bds 20 Myrtle av 
David' F., clerk D. M. Dillon, bds 20 Myrtle av 

DILLON DAVID M., boiler maker Crocker, h 20 Myrtle av 
[see page 436] 

Frederick N., emp D. M. Dillon, bds 20 Myrtle av 

James, tailor, emp 205 Main, bds 16 Washington 

Patrick, laborer, bds 24 Canton 
Dimmock William, emp F. R. R., bds 8 Waverly 
Dinel Peter, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 100 Clarendon 
Dinneen Bernard W., letter carrier, bds 1009 River, W. F. 

Daniel, laborer, bds 4 Main 

Daniel F„ foreman C. B. & Co., h 40 Sanborn, W. F. 

John B., emp C. B. & Co., h 16 Vernon ct., W. F. 

Mary, widow Bartholomew, h 100 Temple, W. F. 

Patrick, overseer F. P. Co., h 1009 River, W. F. 

Patrick J., emp Beoli Co., bds 224 Ashburnham, W. F. 

William M.. emp F. P. Co., h r 1009 River, W T . F. 
Dinsmorc Austin C, clerk 122 Main, bds 18 William 

Lucinda, widow Jacob C, h 18 William 
Dion David, teamster, h 23 Rockland 

Eliza, widow Leopold, rem to Spencer 

Frank, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 270 Water 



FITCHBUEG [D] DrRECTORY. 93 

Dion Joseph, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 93 Cleghorn 

Louis, laborer, h 270 Water 

Paul J., rem to Spencer , 

William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 515 Main 

William, rem to Luneuburg 
Dirabian — see Deribian 
Divoll Lucy, widow Levi N., h 108 Pacific 

Merrick L., teamster emp 453 Main, h 56 Prichard 
Dix Abbott L., emp E. F. B. & Co., bds 48 Mt. Globe 

Celia, widow Winslow, h 48 Mt. .Globe 

George L., manager billiard hall The Fitchburg, res Leominster 

Mary E., widow Albert, bds 81 Cedar 

Truman A., emp F. R. E., h 84 Pacific 
Dixon Annie S. Miss, bds 25 Cedar 

Annie S., widow James, bds 669 Westminster, W. F. 

Edward J., rem to Townsend 

James A., rem to Townsend 

—see Dickson 
Dobb George, emp Beoli Co., h 931 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Thomas, emp F. P. Co., h Baltic lane n Ashburnham, W. F. 
Dockendorff John, mason, bds 95 Pacific 
Doctor William, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 88 Oak Hill rd 
Dodd Clara L., widow James F., rem to Lunenburg 

William H., rem to Lunenburg 
Dodge Milton C, wheelwright, bds 25 Goodwin 

Nathaniel B., engineer F. R. R., h 102 Pearl 

Samuel W., emp U. M. Co., h 33 Cedar 
Dodwell John B., junk dealer, h 13 Jerry 
Doe Hannah E., widow George S., h 96 Mt. Vernon 
Doering Egit, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 15 Rockland 
Doherney John, emp D. M. Dillon, h 186 Water 

Mary, widow John, h 186 Water • 

Doherty Edward F., emp F. R. R. shop, h 44 W T illow 
Dohla John, emp F. W. Co., house 104 Mack 
Dolan Alphonse, painter emp E. F. Stone, bds 608 Main 

Edward, emp city, h 237 Water 

James W. Rev., asst rector St. Bernard's church, h 178 Water 

John J., emp D. M. Dillon, bds 237 Water 

Louis, bds 608 Main 

Louis J., painter F. R. R., h 9 Otis 

Mary, widow Timothy, bds Bay State House 

Napoleon, emp city, h 608 Main 

Peter E., laborer, bds 608 Main 

Peter E. Mrs., bds 46 River 

Victor, emp Boston Screw Co., bds 608 Main 

William, laborer, bds 237 Water 

William H., foreman Jennison Plumbing Co., res Leominster 
Dole Abram S., h 450 Main 



94 FITCHBURG [D] DIRECTORY. 

Dole David B., clerk, bds 450 Main 

Edward B., livery stable 4 Chestnut, h 510 Main 

Martha, widow Samuel, h 510 Main 

Myron A., engineer F. R. R., h 104 Pearl 

William W., h 447 Main 
Doliber William H., foreman cutting dept E. M. Dickinson & Co., 

h 165 Myrtle av 
Dolman — see Dahlman 
Doloff Elizabeth, widow John, h Mt. Elam rd 

Gardner L., farmer, h Mt>. Elam rd 

Lavina R. Miss, tailoress, bds Mt. Elam rd . 

Roswell, farmer, h Mt. Elam rd 
Dommel John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 123 High 
Donahoe Annie A. Miss, emp Baoli Co., bds 35 Westminster, W. F. 

Honora, widow Daniel, h 299 Water 

James, slater, bds 281 South j 

John, emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 100 High 

John, machinist, h 281 South 

John, emp P. M. Co., h 35 Water street lane 

John, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., bds 301 Water 

John 2d, emp Beoli Co., h 69 Sanborn, W. F. 

John F., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), h 8 Barton 

John W., emp Beoli Co., bds 89 Temple, W. F. 

Lizzie J. Miss, dressmaker, bds 89 Temple, W. F. 

Mary A. Miss, dressmaker 89 Temple, W. F., bds do. 

Michael, molder, bds 281 South 

Michael, emp city, bds 100 High 

Michael, h 89 Temple, W. F. 

Michael L., emp Leominster, h 620 Water 

Owen, emp Beoli Co., h 122 Sanborn, W. F. 

Patrick, laborer, h 281 South 

Patrick C, emp Beoli Co., h 58 Depot, W. F. 

Patrick J., emp Worcester, h 299 Water 

Peter, barber, billiards and pool 186 1-2 W T ater, h 188 do. 

William, emp F. W. Co., bds 243 1-2 Water 

— see Donohoe 
Donahue William E., emp F. R. R., h 9 Cherry 
Donald John, overseer F. Mfg. Co., bds 233 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Leander J., carpenter, bds 41 Nutting 
Dongworth Arthur, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 121 Myrtle av 

Henry, foreman S. Mfg. Co., h 121 Myrtle av 

Joseph, bds 121 Myrtle av 

W. Henry, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 121 Myrtle av 
Donlan John M., physician 51 Prichard, rms do. 

Michael, foreman L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 89 ^Ubee 
Donlon Alice, widow John, h 15 Hale 

Andrew, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 7 Dover 

Ann Miss, bds 15 Hale 



FITCHBURG [D] DIRECTORY. 95 

Donlon John B., molder L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., bds 15 Hale 

Michael J., h 12 Cleveland 

Patrick, molder L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 5 Crown 
Donnelly Andrew, etnp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 156 Kimball 

Bridget, widow Patrick, bds 23 Vernon, W. F. 

James B , clerk 171 Main, bds 59 High 

James J., engineer 527 Main, h 59 High 

James M., emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 156 Kimball 

John G., boots and shoes 240 Main, h 7 Oliver 

John J., machinist emp 1 Main, bds 59 High 

Mary Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 156 Kimball 

Mary A., widow Patrick, h 35 Spruce 

Michael, emp F. M. Works, h Salem n Granite 

Peter, shoe dealer 124 Main, res Lynn 

Sarah Miss, bds 9 Pleasant 

DONNELLY THOMAS E., sign and fresco painter, paper 
hanger and artist 183 Water, h do. [see page 493] 

William, quarry man, bds 10 Kimball 

William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 182 Fairmount 
Donohoe Thomas, h 121 Princeton rd, W. F. 

— see Donahoe 
Donoughue Marie Miss, emp 325 Main, bds do. 
Donovan Catherine Mrs., h 10 Fourth 

Charles F., policeman, h 20 Pine 

Daniel F., emp 33 Snow, h 32 do. 

Daniel J., emp C. A. Priest Lumber Co., bds 261 South 

Elizabeth, widow Dennis, h 42 Granite 

Jeremiah, h 261 South 

Jeremiah G., barber emp 21 Day, rms 14 Mt. Vernon 

Jeremiah Jr., wood turner emp H. B. Adams, h 185 South 

Patrick, janitor St. Bernard's Temperance hall, bds 8 Fourth 

Patrick, bds 41 Forest 

Timothy, carpenter emp Michael Kennedy, h 224 Water 

Timothy, laborer F. R. R., h 20 Lawrence 

William J., clerk John F. Kane, bds 42 Granite 
Doolan James, laborer, h 33 First 

John, laborer, h 50 Wachusett, W. F. 

John, emp D. M. Dillon, bds 69 Payson 

Patrick Mrs., h 21 Smith 

— see Dolan and Dowling 
Dooley Patrick, emp F. Duck Mill, bds 27 Duck Mill rd 
Dooling Ellen, widow John, h 38 Cane 

James, caterer emp 185 Main, bds 26 Summer 

John W., emp F. R. R. shop, h 580 Water 

William, laborer, h 33 First 
Dorais Joseph W., emp C. B. & Co., h 1077 River, W. F. 

Peter, boxmaker, h Ashburnham Hill rd 
Doran May Miss, emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 124 Kimball 



96 FITCHBURG [D] DIRECTORY. 

Doran Rose Miss, emp Grant Yarn Co., h 124 Kimball 

Doring — see Doering 

Dormin Ann, widow George, h 8 Granite 

George B., drug clerk 196 Main, bds 8 Granite 
William J., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 8 Granite 

DOTEN CHARLES H., millinery and fancy goods 224 and 
226 Main, h 45 Prospect [see page 458] 
Dott James, rem to Boston 
Dougherty Annie C, widow Peter, h 234 Water 

John C, emp G. W. W. P. Co., bds 234 Water 
Donville Arthur, rem to Canada 
Dow Alfred W., emp C. B. & Co., bds 74 Wachusett, W T . F. 

Walter G., clerk 186 Main, h 97 Snow 

William H., machinist, h 38 Clinton 
Dowden Edward T., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 27 Winter 

John W., carpenter F. R. R., h 27 Winter 
Dower Nicholas, laborer, h 656 Water 
Downe Charles P., porter 150 Main, h 5 Linden 

Edward P., h 25 Mechanic 

Eliza A., widow Newton, h 128 Laurel 

Emeline Miss, h 261 Main 
Downes John, rem to Jaffrey, N. H. 

Katie Miss, emp F. Duck Mill, bds 2 Sheridan 

Michael F., emp Falulah Paper Co., h 2 Sheridan 

— see Downs 
Downey J. E., physical director Y. M. C. A. at Clinton, rms 254 

Main 
Downie Thomas, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 43 Blossom 
Downing Freeman A., rem to Boston 
Downs H. Mertoun, printer emp 25 Water, h 68 Pacific 

W. Henry, machinist C. H. Cowdrey Machine Works, h 9 
Payson 

Rollin C., h 17 Milk 

— see Downes 
Dozois Louis, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. "(C), h 20 Blais ct 
Drake Alden M., emp F. M. Works, bds 35 Lincoln 

Inger, rem to England 

Willie A., emp F. & L. St. Ry., h 35 Lincoln 

Wright, rem to England 
Drapeau Aurier, bds 187 Fairmount 

Elzear, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 206 Fairmount 
Dresser John P., engineer F. R. R., h 65 Highland av 
Drink wine — see Boivin 
Driscoll Cornelius, fireman Star Worsted Co., h 70 Middle 

Daniel, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 10 Fourth 

Daniel, emp F. Water Works, bds 297 Water 

Florence, emp city, h 10 Fourth 

Frank, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., bds Munroeoff Birch 



FITCHBURG [D] DIRECTORY. ( .)7 

Driscoll John J., carpenter, h 100 Highland av 

Mary, widow Jeremiah, h 33 Hevwood 

Michael, emp Parkhill Mfg Co. (C), h 74 Middle 

Patrick, emp F. Water Works, h 22 Third 

Patrick, laborer, h 36 Granite 

Patrick C, farmer, h 277 South 

William H., machinist, h Munroe off Birch 
Drolet Benjamin, emp P. M. Co., bds 149 Water- 
Frank, plasterer, h 149 Water 

Frank Mrs , boarding house 149 Water 
Drummond Albert, emp F. & L. St. Ry., res Leominster 

Walter, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 34 Putnam 

William, emp freight house F. R. R., h 34 Putnam 
Drury Fred L , (Coleman & Drury) 138 Main, h 44 Winter 

Willard, farmer, h off Ashburnham Hill rd 
Duane John, emp G. W. W. P. Co., h 64 Middle 
Dube Arsenne, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 15 Rockland 

Dieudonne, emp Parkhdl Mfg. Co , bds 204 Beech 

Francis, carpenter, bds 36 Columbus 

Henry, stonecutter, h 9 Railroad 

Joseph, mason, h 188 Beech 

Joseph, bartender, h 146 1-2 Water 

Odillon, mason, h 204 Beech 
Dubeault Joseph, carpenter, h 76 Circle 

Joseph C.j grocer 84 River, h do. 

Mary Miss, clerk 84 River, bds 76 Circle 
Dubois Levi, emp F. A. Bennett, bds 28 Snow 

Louis E., canvasser Singer Mfg. Co., h 52 North 

Ulderic, laborer, h 66 Sheridan 

William, rem to Canada 
Ducharme Alec, laborer, h 56 Clarendon 

Almada, emp 64 Circle, h 221 Fairmount 

David A., emp H. C. Deane, bds 21 Hazel 

Frank X., emp C. H. Brown & Co., h 21 Hazel 

Minnie Mrs., h 26 Middle 

Raoul, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 221 Fairmount 
Dudley Charles B., foreman F. R. R. shop, h 15 Day 

Chauncey L., teamster, h Pearl bey Townsend 

Fred, rem to Marlboro 

Joseph, rem to Marlboro 

Manville A., carpenter, h Pearl bev Townsend 

Samuel, emp E. F. B. & Co., h 23" Garland 
Dufault George E.. teamster, h r 101 Summer 

Ludger, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 22 Daniels 
Duffy Bridget Mrs., bds 289 Water 

Frances, widow Patrick C, h 11 Birch 

James, carpenter, h 4 Main 

John, laborer, bds 9 Boyle ct 



98 FITCHBURG [DJ DIRECTORY. 

Duffy Mamie Miss, emp F. Mfg. Co., rms 12 Grove 

Margaret, widow Timothy, h 9 Boyle ct 
Dufort Alphonse Frank, emp L. H. Gooduow Foundry Co., h 21 
Granite 

Charles, emp P. M. Co., h 56 Walnut 

Frederick, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 63 Bemis 

J. Hormisdas M., engineer F. Duck Mill, h 235 Bemis 

Peter, emp M. J. Perault, h 164 Water 

Stephen, laborer, bds 235 Bemis 

Stephen Jr., foreman F. R. R. bridges, h 217 Bemis 
Dufresne Mederic, rem to Canada 
Dugas George, laborer, h 58 Sheridan 

Lange, laborer, li Canton ext n Wanoosnoc road 
Dugay Ellen H. Miss, housekeeper Rollstone road bey Franklin 
Duggan Cornelius, printer emp Blauchard & Brown, bds 69 Middle 

James, jobber, bds 11 Washington j 

Mary Miss, dressmaker, h 69 Middle 

Mary Miss, h 11 Washington 

William, bds 11 Washington 
Dulihan John, emp F. R. R., rms 54 Laurel 
Dumais Eugene, rem to Canada 

DUMAIS J. OVIDE, undertaker, hardware, books and station- 
ery 124 Fairmount, h Franklin rd [see page 482] 
Dumas Charles, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 113 Bemis 

Charles, laborer, bds 113 Bemis 

Emanuel, emp F. Paper Co., bds 113 Bemis 

Frank, bds 150 Fairmount 

Joseph, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 44 Falulah 

Ludger, rem to Canada 

Michael, painter, h 57 Phelps 

Napoleon, laborer, bds 113 Bemis 

Vertine, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 29 Devlin 
Dumont Lazard, emp F. R. R., h 7 Plymouth 
Duncan George A., emp F. R. R. shop, h 84 Winter 

H. W. Mrs., bds 51 Townsend 

Jessie Miss, emp Leomiuster, bds 52 1-2 Day 
Dunderberg Carl, emp J. Becker Mfg. Co., rms 239 1-2 Main 
Dunkason Angus, mason and builder 95 Pacific, h do. 

Carl S., mason, bds 95 Pacific 

Charles A., mason, h 8 Hawes 

Henry J., mason, h 41 Cedar 

Walter, rem to Cambridge 
Dunlap Lena L. Miss, bookkeeper 138 Main, bds 60 Arlington 

William M., emp E. M. D. & Co., h 60 Arlington 
Dunn Charles H., emp Whitney Opera House, bds 72 Mt. Vernon 

Charles W., conductor F. & L. St. Ry., h 697 Water 

Daniel J., collector Ferdinand Furniture Co., h 17 Sanborn, W. F. 

George W., paymaster Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 42 Central 



FITCHBURG [D] DIRECTORY. 99 

Dunn Gilford M., emp Beoli Co., h 20 Temple, W. F. 

John J., emp Beoli Co., bds 184 Ashburnham, W. F. 

John T., baker 224 Water, h do. 

Mary A., widow William J., h Blossom n Mechanic 

Michael F., bookkeeper R. Wallace 387 Main, h 30 Chestnut 

Timothy C, foreman R. Wallace, h 42 Central 

William A., picture frames (4) 155 Main, h 72 Mt. Vernon 

William E., bookkeeper Lowe Bros. & Co., bds 17 Sanborn, 
W. F. 

William F., clerk W. F. depot, bds 42 Central 

William J., emp Beoli Co., h 184 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Dunning Elijah, coachman Mrs. W. 0. Brown, h 5 Brook 
Dunsire Henry J., fireman Grant Yarn Co., h 87 Highland av 
Dunster Frederick A., professor of music and organist Christ church, 

h 56 Pleasant 
Dunton Frederick W., emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 12 Brigham 
Duperre Peter, shoemaker 136 Water, bds 5 Crescent 
Dupre Daniel, rem to Canada 

Duprey Stillman, emp G. W. W. P. Co., bds 29 North 
Dupuis Henry, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 54 Falulah rd 

Joseph, laborer, h 198 Beech 

Philip, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 29 Devlin 
Dupuy Emilie, widow Hubert, h 615 Water 

Henrv, slater, bds 615 Water 

Wilfred, emp F. Duck Mill, bds 615 W'ater 
Duquet Francis, bds 186 Water 

Joseph P., student, bds 42 Walnut 

Philorome, physician 42 Walnut, h do. 

Stanislas, emp Grant Yarn Co., h 44 Clarendon 
Duquette Adelard, emp Boston Screw Co., h 72 North 

Hormisdas, emp city, h 8 Fourth 

J. Philorome, barber 173 Main, h 24 Baker 
Duranceau Zinon, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds Wanoosnoc rd 
Durand Charles, emp F. W. Co., h 70 Sheridan 
Durant Samuel P., painter, h 23 Mechanic 
Durell Miranda Miss, bds 38 Summer 
Durkin Jennie Miss, bds 9 Rockland 

Durling Alfred R., teamster F. Water Works, h 52 River 
Dustin John F., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 72 Snow 
Dutton Clarence L., clerk 147 Main, bds 102 Pearl 

Frank F., teacher Fitchburg Business College, rms 160 Pleasant 

Luna A., widow Alvah J., h 102 Pearl 
Duval Bruno, druggist 152 Water, h 188 do. 

Dieudonne, laborer, h 19 Chester 

Edmond P., clerk 152 Wrater, bds 188 do. 
Dwinnell Benjamin D., jailor and master of house of correction 421 
W;» r 



100 FITCHBUKG [EJ DIRECTORY. 

Dwyer Edward J., emp F. R. R., rms 68 Green 
Ellen, widow Edward, h 21 Boylston 

DWYER EUGENE G., dentist Wachusett National Bank bldg 
Main cor Day, rms do. Office hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. 
Frank J., letter carrier, h 16 Harvard 
James, brakeman F. R. R., rms 38 Day 
John E., emp F. M. Works, bds 21 Boylston 
Nellie A. Miss, teacher, bds 21 Boylston 
Ray, rem to Clinton 
Samuel, rem to Charlestown 

DYER HENRY B., roofing, etc, Prescott n Howard, h 10 How 
aid [see page 485] 
William, emp Beoli Co., bds 96 Depot, W. F. 
Dynes George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 9 Academy 

William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 5 Academy 
Dy&on Benjamin C, emp Bartow & Cookson, h r 14 Cross 
Dzarmanian Merijan, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), rms 82 Circle 

Eady Annie P. Miss, nurse, rms 20 Prichard 

Eager Fred W , cashier F. R. R. freight office, h 24 Mt. Globe 

Laura W., widow John W., h 62 Grove 

Richard L., clerk 153 Main, rms 62 Grove 
Eames Iryin, train despatcher F. R. R., h 287 Blossoui 
Earle Harland W., emp P. M. Co., h 57 Myrtle av 

Harland W. Mrs., dressmaker 57 Myrtle av, h do. 
Early Herman, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 75 Cleghorn 
Eason W. Verne, watchmaker emp 160 Main, bds 89 Myrtle av 
East Street School, Lunenburg cor East 
Eastland Joseph, emp E. M. D. & Co., h 16 Harvard 
Eastman James, emp R. Wallace, bds 75 Depot, W. F. 

John, emp T. A. Monahan, bds 75 Depot, W. F. 
Eastwood Annie M. Miss, clerk 199 Main, bds do. 

John, emp Grant Yarn Co. h 265 River 
Eaton Abbie C., widow Abel, h 295 Blossom 

Alonzo, farmer, h Fisher id n Marshall rd 

Blanche, widow Herbert W., bds 24 Warren 

Charles A., engineer N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R,, h 116 Green 

Daniel S., farmer, h Alpine rd n Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

E. S., (Raymond & Eaton) (10) 387 Main, res Woburn 

Edwin A., laborer, bds Alpine rd n Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Eleanor F. Mrs., nurse, inquire 196 Main, bds 63 Lawrence 

Frances U. Miss, bds 28 Garnet 

Frederick, fireman F. R. R., bds 69 Brigham park 

Harold B., secretary S. Mfg. Co., h 28 Garnet 

Joseph J., drawing teacher, rms 95 Day 

Katie L., widow Ernest H., h 93 Green 

M. Jennie Mrs., h 417 Main 

Mabel J. Miss, bookkeeper 70 Green, bds 295 Blossom 



FITCHBUKG [E] DIRECTORY. 101 

Eaton Mattie M., widow Boardman, erap 527 Main, h 510 do. 
Pearl R., bookkeeper M. Webber, bds 96 Myrtle av 

EATON R. CARROLL, eabinet maker and stair builder rear 31 
North andasst engineer Fitchburg fire dept., bds 92 Prich- 
ard [see page 491] 
Sarah E. Mrs , bds 28 Garnet 
Thomas, emp Beoli Co., bds 407 Main 
ATON WILLIE H., prop Eaton's 5 and 10 Cent Store 11 and 

15 Prichard, h 11 Cross [see back cover] 
ATON'S 5 AND 10 CENT STORE, W. H. Eaton prop, 
11 and lt> Prichard [see back cover] 
Eberhardt Theodore, shoemaker 173 Main, h 558 do. 
Eddy Abrain T., rem to Boston 

Anna E., widow O. E., lunch room 213 Main, h 209 1-2 do. 
Benjamin W., bookkeeper Falulah Paper Co., h 335 Blossom 
Frank H., general foreman F. P. R. shops, h 26 Hancock 
Edgecomb Flora T. Miss, teacher, bds 26 Mechanic 
Edgell George J., emp F. & L. St. Ry., h 78 Congress 
Edgerly Joseph G., supt schools, office (6 and 7) 229 Main, h 37 

Atlantic av 
Edson Charles B., emp Leominster, bds 21 North 
Lizzie, widow William, h 21 North 
Mary Mis. bds 64 1-2 North 
Edwards Arthur, emp F. M. Works, rms 32 Main 

Clarence A., emp Beoli Co., bds 57 Sanborn, W. F. 
F. Eugene, rem to Haverhill 
George B., emp D. M. Dillon, rms 43 Blossom 
Isadore, widow Edgar, h 57 Sanborn, W. F. 

EDWARDS WILLIAM SLATE CO., slate roofers r 83 Water 
[see page 490] 
Efverman Ludvig, janitor Burbank Hospital, h 68 Marshall 
Egan Elias, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 47 West 

Mary, widow Thomas, h 9 Pleasant 
Ekola Jonas, emp P. M. Co., h 70 Marshall 

Kusti, laborer, bds 70 Marshall 
Eliason Arvid E., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 121 Leighton 

Carl, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 10 1-2 Leighton 

Harold, rem to Sweden 
Elija John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 13 Beech 
Elinwood Mary Miss, housekeeper 7 Chestnut 
Ellam Nellie, widow Fred, h 112 Westminster, W. F. 
Ellicott George H., teacher Fitchburg Business College, bds 163 

Blossom 
Elliott Charles A., h 19 Grove 

Elmer C, (Lovering, Elliott & Co.), 121 Main, h 10 Winter 

George E., emp E. Si Burnap, h Williams rd 

Herbert C, clerk 142 Main, rms 19 Prospect 

John, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 207 Water 



102 FITCHBURG [E] 



DIRECTORY. 



Elliott Maud L. Miss, nurse, inquire 196 Main, bds 20 Prichard 
Ellis Adrian C. Mrs., dressmaker 39 Oliver, h do. 

Anna E., widow George A., rem to Boston 

Byron, rem to New York state 

Ezra, emp F. W. Co., bds 62 Laurel 

John E., carpenter, h 23 Brigham park 

Maud C. Miss, rem to Boston 

Sarah W., widow Samuel, bds 273 Main 

Walter B., clerk 150 Main, h 35 Garnet 

Walter E., engineer F. R. R., rms 100 Snow 
Ellsbury Allen J., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 96 Highland av 
Ellstrom Carl, emp I. J. A. & C. W T orks, bds 138 Kimball 

Fred M., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 92 Kimball 

Gustave, supt Iver Johnson's Arms and Cycle Works, h Si- 
monds cor Marshall 

John, emp 1. J. A. & C. W r orks, h 138 Kimball 

John G., foreman Iver Johnson's Arms and Cycle Works, h 8 
Read 

John M., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 26 Marshall 
Ellsworth George R., rem to Vermont 
Elmer Herbert R., engineer, bds 2 Boutelle 
Elwell James, emp N. R. Webster, bds 36 Lincoln 

William J., tel operator (5) 155 Main, bds 36 Lincoln 
Emerson Charles E., engineer F. S. E. Co., h 275 Fairmount 

William A. (Emerson & Monroe), and wood engraver (45) 229 
Main, h 61 South 

EMERSON & MONROE (William A. Emerson and Oscar 
Monioe), carpenters, builders and real estate agents (45) 
229 Main [see page 489] 
Emery trank W., emp E. A. Stone, h Berkley n North 

Henry W., meat and fish market 42 Academy, h 183 Prichard 
James F., emp F. S. E. Co , h 223 West 
Emory Be i tram P., meat market 171 Main, bds 58 High 
Francis F., with F. S. E. Co., h 78 Pleasant 
Frank E., printer emp 360 Main, bds 58 High 
Herbert P., clerk, bds 69 High 
Nancy C, widow Charles A., h 58 High 
Sarah I)., widow Sidney P., h 69 High 
Walter L., clerk Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 72 High 

EMORY WILLIAM C, prop Rollstone Market 405 Main, h 
85 High [see page 480] 
Enas Sarah M. C. Mrs , boarding house 719 Westminster Hill rd, 

W. F. 
End res George F.. paper hanger 4 Pearl, h do. 
Engelbrektson Andrew, foreman Iver Johnson's Arms and Cycle 

Works, h 77 Arlington 
Engelhardt Hermann, rem to Holyoke 
English Kate Miss, housekeeper 95 Phillips, W r . F. 






FITCHBURG [E] DIRECTORY. 103 

English Matilda Miss, emp Beoli Co., bds 23 Sanborn, W. F. 

Sadie J. Miss, emp F. W. Co., rms 143 Blossom 
Englundh Gustave Albert, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 56 West 
Engstrom John, emp 1. J. A. & C. Works, h 16 West 
Enright James, laborer, h 25 Willow 

John, emp F. E. R., bds 25 Willow 

John E., emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 49 Forest 

Joseph F., upholsterer emp 331 Main, bds 41 Eaton, W. F. 

Margaret, widow Daniel, h 41 Eaton, W. F, 

Michael, laborer T. F. Kennedy, bds 9 Salem 

Patrick, emp F. Gas and Electric Light Co., h 9 Salem 

Thomas, emp R. Wallace, bds 9 Salem 
Eppler Annie Miss, nurse, inq 196 Main, rms 78 Pleasant 
Eria Jeffrey, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 611 Main 
Ericksberg Lempi Miss, emp Star Worsted Co., bds 44 Goddard 

Oscar, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 26 West 
Erickson Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 26 Marshall 

John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 73 1-2 Mechanic 
Ericson Fred, emp Beoli Co., h 115 Beech 
Eriksen John, laborer, bds 73 1-2 Mechanic 

William, emp D. M. Dillon, bds 28 Academy 
Erikson Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 37 West 

John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 26 West 

John, laborer, h Ashbnrnham Hill rd n West 

Joseph, laborer, h Ashbnrnham Hill rd n West 

Nils, rem to Ashby 

Ole, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 94 Rollstone 
Erler Paul, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co.,h 104 Leighton 
Ermer Adolph, h Whittemore 

Ernst Ludwig, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h Blossom n Mechanic 
Eskelson Eskel, emp F. Creamery, h 44 Church 
Eskola John, emp Hardy & Pinder, h 10 Brigham 
Espie Fred J., emp F. M. Works, h 17 Temple, W. F. 

John D., emp Beoli Co., h 52 Norwood, W. F. 

William G., finisher F. P. Co., h 624 Westminster Hill rd cor 
Norwood, W. F. 

William P., emp F. Paper Co., h 54 Norwood, W. F. 
Estabrook Florence C. Mrs., artist 123 Blossom, h do. 

Fred H., policeman, h 17 Pleasant 
STABROOK HENRY A., druggist 196 Main cor Prichard, h 

80 Prichard [see page 455] 
STABROOK HENRY T., books, stationery, pictures, frames, 
etc. 256 Main, h 123 Blossom [see page 452] 

Mercy R., widow Joseph, h 443 Main 

W. S. Mrs., bds 176 Blossom 
Esterbaka Herman, laborer, h 183 Rollstone 
Estey George F., farmer, h 33 Cedar 

Wallace A., grocery 70 Boutelle, h 68 do. 



104 FITCHBUEG [F] DIRECTORY. 

Estoff Morris, emp The Fitchburg, bds do. 

Etheridge Herbert G., timekeeper engineer's dept. F. R. R., h 22 
Winter 

Percival L., baggage master F. R. R., h 22 Winter 

Samuel, h 22 Winter 
Ettner John, emp F. W. Co., bds 335 Water 
Evans Harvey, master mechanic F. R. R., rms 24 Day 
Everett Betsey G., widow William, bds 52 Laurel 
Ewen Alexander S., bds 22 Cottage sq 

Belle J. Miss, milliner emp 355 Main, bds 22 Cottage sq 

James J., yard master F. R. R., h 37 Cottage sq 
Ey Emil G., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 64 Barton 

Faber Edward N., rem to Waterville, Conn. 

Facey Henry, emp C. B. & Co., h 95 Phillips, W. F. 

Fagan Frederick C, bds 20 Kimball 

George, emp Beoli Co., bds 596 River 

George W., emp Jennison Plumbing Co., h 1 Franklin 

Hattie Mrs., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 1 Franklin 

John H., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 20 Kimball 

Julian, emp F. R. R., h 596 River 

Louis F., tinsmith emp 159 Main, bds 20 Kimball 

Fagnon Joseph A., emp F. W. Co., h 8 Fourth 

Fahey John, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., bds 10 Washington 
John, laborer, h 32 Spruce 

Martin, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 32 Spruce 
Patrick, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 32 Spruce 
Peter, empF. R. R. round house, h 10 Washington 
William P., candy maker emp 128 1-2 Main, rms 10 Washington 

Fairbanks Alice M. Miss, teacher, bds 429 Main 

FAIRBANKS ARTHUR W., druggist 28 Main cor Willow, 
h 19 Bluff av [see page 457 J 
Caroline F. Miss, teacher, bds 429 Main 

FAIRBANKS CHARLES L., coal dealer 11 Day, h Ashburn- 
ham Hill rd [see outside front cover] 

Delos E., clerk 152 Main, bds 76 Summer 

Elvira W., widow Emory A., h 24 Cottage sq 

Emma J. Miss, teacher, bds 429 Main 

Florence L. Miss, teacher West Fitchburg school, bds 429 Main 

Frank B., teamster, h 24 Cottage sq 

Frank E., clerk C. L. Fairbanks 11 Day, h 120 Academy 

Jacob H., flour, grain and hay 12 Main, h 27 Myrtle av 

James H., h 429 Main 

Robert F., emp C. L. Fairbanks, bds 33 Garnet 

Walter A., h 62 Pleasant 
Faithful Companions of Jesus, Mother Philomene in charge, 35 

Columbus 
Fales George H., conductor F. & L. St. Ry., h 64 Academy 



FITCHBURG [F] DIRECTORY. 105 

Falkins Seymour H., emp 421 Main, h 1 Cottage sq 
Fallon Carlos L., policeman, h ^15 Snow 

Frank, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 64 Bemis 

James, fireman Falulah Paper Co., bds Carey 

John, h 88 Cedar 

John, emp Falulah Paper Co., h Carey 

John J., emp Rev. D. F. Feehan, h 5 Fulton 

John T., emp S. Mfg. Co., bds Scott rd 

Michael, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds Carey 

Patrick, emp F. R. R., h 31 Nashua 

Thomas, teamster 32 Willow, bds 143 Hey wood 

FALULAH PAPER CO. (S. L., A. N., H. G. and F. E. Lowe), 
mfrs manila box boards, band stock and heavy papers for 
litho work, office (18) 229 Main, mill Falulah rd [see 
page 433] 
Falvey Mary, widow Patrick, h 202 Plymouth 
Fanion Addie G. Miss, compositor, bds 4 Brigham 

Octavias, barber emp 188 Water, h 4 Brigham 
Faraugher Martin, emp F. P. Co., h 22 Westminster, W. F. 
Farineau Joseph, emp F. R. R. shop, h 37 Devlin 
Farmer Charles F., emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., rms (2) 10 Day 
Farnsworth Abbie J., widow Edwin R., bds 52 Pleasant 

Albert A., h 50 Mt. Vernon 

Emma S., widow Joseph P., h 47 Mt. Vernon 

Frank E., barber 368 Main, h 61 Central 

Guy M., drug clerk, bds 50 Mt. Vernon 

Herbert W., clerk 147 Main, bds 50 Mt. Vernon 

Joseph A., bds 54 Oliver 

Mary P., widow Rufus G., bds 52 High 

May O. Miss, clerk D. M. Dillon, res Leominster 

Thomas, farmer, h Franklin rd n Depot, W. F. 

Wallace W., foreman compositor F. Sentinel, h 29 Garnet 
Farnum Edward, emp I. N. Choate, bds 131 Milk 

Joseph, bds 23 Townsend 
Faron Frank, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 150 Fairmount 

James, rem to Providence, R. I. 

Michael J., emp Beoli Co., bds 20 Phillips av, W. F. 

Odilon, emp F. File W r orks, h 11 Redman 

Thomas, watchman Beoli Co., h 20 Phillips av, W. F. 
Farr Frank, rem to Hartford, Conn. 
Farrar Charles E., machinist C. H. Brown & Co., h 35 Boutelle 

Charles E. 2d, carpenter, h 62 Pine 

Charles E. Mrs., dressmaker 62 Pine, h do. 

Charles S., emp W. A. Garno, h 202 Lunenburg 

Edward B., teller Wachusett National Bank, res Leominster 

FARRAR FRANCIS F., carpenter and builder 27 Fairview, 
W. F., h do. [see page 487] 
Frank B., rem to Ohio 



106 FITCHBTJRG [F] DIRECTORY. 

Farrar George, machinist P. M. Co., bds 23 Winthrop 

George W., plumber emp 353 Main, bds Prospect cor Prince 

Hannah, widow Gardner, h Prospect cor Prince 

Joseph, carpenter, h 62 Pine 

Samuel E., mason, h 23 North 

William G., attorney-at-law (Babbitt & Farrar) 206 Main, bds 

Prospect cor Prince 
Willis, rem to Lunenburg 

Farrell Annie Mrs., emp 39 Elm, bds do. 
Bridget, widow William, h 14 Fulton 
Edward G., emp F. R, R., bds 93 North 
Eliza Miss, emp Beoli Co., h 110 Westminster, W. F. 
Frank E., molder P. M. Co., bds 60 Charles 
Hannah, widow Frank, h off 16 Granite 
James, emp Beoli Co., bds 110 Westminster, W. F. 
James A., molder M. J. Perault, bds 60 Charles 
James E., emp Jennison Plumbing Co., bds 14 Fulton 
Jane Miss, bds 110 Westminster, W. F. 
John A., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 2 Barton 
Joseph, molder L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 14 Middle 
Kate, widow Peter, h 60 Charles 
Katie A. Miss, clerk 210 Main, bds 60 Charles 
Lillie Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 14 Fulton 
Martin, bds 85 Middle 
Martin E., emp P. M. Co., h 81 Payson 
Martin F., motorman F. & L. St. Ry., h 85 Middle 
Michael J., mfr hop and spruce beer 263 Water, h do. 
William P., bds 60 Charles 
— see Ferrell 

Farrington Wallace R., manager Fitchburg Evening Mail 17 Water 

Farris Alexander, rem to Ashburnham 

Thomas E., rem to Rotterdam Junction, N. Y. 

Far well Abel S., farmer, h Ashby west rd 
Ann E. Miss, bds 99 Summer 
DeW r itt C, dining room 78 Main, rms 51 Laurel 
Everett N., baggage transfer, office Union depot, h 45 North 
Frederick, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds Franklin rd n Oak Hill rd 
Frederick E., (Adjustable Saw Table Co.) 5 Main, h 15 Hazel 
George A., emp Greene & Sneddon, h 68 North 
Helen A. Miss, milliner, bds 15 Hazel 
Laura Miss, teacher, bds Franklin rd n Oak Hill rd 
Mary, widow Henry A., h Franklin rd n Oak Hill rd 
Sarah F., widow Samuel, h r 409 Main 
W. Oscar, farmer almshouse, bds do. 

Faucher Amedee, h 100 Clarendon 

Joseph, em}) Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 100 Clarendon 
Pierre, emp Nockege Mill, h 45 Daniels 

Favreau Charles, emp Sentinel Printing Co., rms 296 Water 



FITCHBURG [*F] DIRECTORY. 107 

Favreau George, rem to Central Falls, R. I. 

Faxon John (jr., cor Boston Herald and reporter F. Sentinel, h 54 

Yiew 
Fay Edward, emp W. A. Garno, bds 31 Lincoln 

Julia A., widow Adam H., bds 7 Warren 

Lucy Miss, h 311 Main 

Mary, widow Christopher, h 46 Clinton 

Vernon S., jobber 8 Congress pi, h do. 
Fayer Harvey T., fireman F. R. R., h 134 Myrtle av 
Feehan D. F. Rev., rector St. Bernard's church, h 178 Water 
Feeley Thomas A., emp city, h 40 Cedar 
Feigenson Harris, peddler, h 13 Academy 
Feistel Frank, emp Parkhill Mfg Co., h 209 Fairmount 

Herman, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 25 Kimball pi 
Feldman Charles, baker 138 High, h do. 
Felio Fred Mrs., rem to Winchendon 
Fellows Albert R., emp electrical dept F. R. R. shop, h 5 Cross 

Benjamin S., conductor F. &> L. St. Ry., rms 38 Clinton 

Dexter W., bds 74 Laurel 

John B., clerk Fitchburg National Bank, bds 74 Laurel 

John I., clerk H. G. Greene, h 74 Laurel 
Felton Abbott L., bottler 87 Lunenburg, h Pearl ext cor Townsend rd 

Frank J., emp Jennison Plumbing Co., h 12 Nashua 

John W., dentist 233 1-2 Main, h do. 

Merrick, grocer 5 Townsend, h 168 Lunenburg 
Fen no Daniel, emp Beoli Co., h 125 Institute, W. F. 

Hannah, widow James, h 66 Institute, W. F. 

Michael, emp Beoli Co., bds QQ Institute, W. F. 
Fenton Eugene O., emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., bds 52 Hey- 
wood 

James, emp Orswell Mills, bds 52 Heywood 

John, laborer, h 52 Heywood 

Michael, rem to Boston 

Michael, teamster emp B. M. Pitts, h 28 Lincoln 

Patrick, mason, bds 77 Birch 

Patrick F., fireman Orswell Mills, h 11 Leighton 
Fenwick Frederick H., business mgr and treas The Thorn Medicine 
Co. 25 Westminster, h 27 do., W. F. 

FERDINAND FURNITURE CO., G. H. Ferdinand treas and 
mgr, liberal house furnishers 219 and 221 Main [see p 464] 
George H., treas and mgr Ferdinand Furniture Co. 219 and 
221 Main, rms (10) 372 Main 
Ferguson Charles, farmer, bds Asbby rd 
Clarence E., emp F. R. R., h 63 North 
Clarence F., emp J. F. D. Garfield, h 466 North 
Eugenie, widow John, h 25 Beech 

Hugh, pool room and bowling alley basement 1070 River, W. 
F., h 91 Walnut 



108 FITCHBURG [F] DIRECTORY, 

Ferguson James Mrs., h Ashby rd 

James L., farm hand, h Ashby rd 

James P., carpenter, h 24 School 

John, shoemaker emp 190 1-2 Main, bds 91 Walnut 

John Jr., shoemaker 190 1-2 Main, h 60 Boutelle 

Katie Miss, emp F. Duck Mill, bds Duck Mill rd 

Stephen, rem to Connecticut 
Fernald Martha A. Mrs., h 171 Myrtle av 
Ferrell John, emp C. B. & Co., h 156 Sanborn. W. F. 

John H., emp C. B. & Co., bds 156 Sanborn, W. F. 

— see Farrell 
Ferris Hattie, widow Alexander, h 53 Snow 

Job T., engineer F. File Works, bds 67 Congress 
Ferson Aimee C. Miss, teacher, bds 1 Brigham park 

Annah J., widow David D., h 8 Otis 

Arthur M., fireman F. R. R., bds 41 Clinton 

Clarentine E., h 1 Brigham park 

David D. Jr., clerk S. R.-M. Co., bds 8 Otis 

George E., bookkeeper S. Mfg. Co., h 125 Summer 

Georgianna, widow Melbourne S., h 41 Clinton 

Ralph A., clerk, bds 8 Otis 

FIDELITY CO-OPERATIVE BANK, W. G. Haves sec (1) 
234 Main [see page 428] 
Field Arthur W., clerk 152 Main, h 125 Snow 

Edward P., grocer 76 Green, h 27 Bond 

Frank, laborer, h 20 South 

Fred, laborer, h 116 Berais 

George W., steam fitter emp 453 Main, h 219 Rollstone 

G. Walter, machinist, h 437 North 

James E., emp P. M. Co., bds 437 North 

Leon, laborer, bds 20 South 

Richard D., machinist emp F. M. Works, bds 27 Bond 

William A., emp Bates Bros., res Leominster 
Fielding John, mason, h 67 Smith 
Filiau Charles, emp S. Mfg. Co., rms 191 Main 

William N., emp S. Mfg. Co., rms 191 Main 
Fillebrown Fannie E., widow Ellery C, bds 61 Snow 
Filteau Joseph, laborer, h 9 Railroad 
Filz Frank, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 72 Leighton 

Karl, h 65 Walton 
Finn John, rem to Vermont 

Patrick, laborer F. R. R. yard, h 383 Summer 

Richard, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 2 Oak 

Rose, widow John, h 236 South 
Finnegan John, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 64 Bemis 

John E., bds 102 Highland av 

John W., emp F. File Works, h 102 Highland av 

Owen, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 64 Bemis 



FITCHBURG [F] DIRECTORY. 109 

Finnegan Simon P., laborer Powell Bros., h 36 Snow 

William F., postal clerk, bds 102 Highland av 
Finnerty Mary E. Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 23 South 
Finsya John, carpenter, bds 8 Brigham 
First Baptist Church, 295 Main 

Congregational Church (Unitarian), Prospect opp upper com- 
mon 

Methodist Episcopal Church, Fox cor Elm 

Universalist Church, Day cor Union 
Fischer Adam, emp F. R. R., h 153 Rollstone 

Edward, rem to Philadelphia, Pa. 

George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co.. h 67 Pine 

Henry, carpenter C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 153 Rollstone 

Herman, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 105 Mechanic 

Lorenz, h 46 Goddard 
Fish Eugene W., (Loveland & Fish) 37 North, h 116 Snow 

Joseph (Tift & Fish), office 8 Park, h 48 Rockland 

Lydia C, widow Hiram F., h 61 Snow 
Fisher Albert, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 127 Falulah 

Elizabeth Miss, h 110 Westminster, W. F. 

Franklin, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 127 Falulah 

George R., foreman M. Webber, h 107 1-2 Day 

George W., erecting engineer C. H. Brown & Co., h 87 North 

Henry, bds Hotel Westmoreland 

Jabez Dr., fruit grower, pres Fitchburg Co-operative Bank, h 
Fisher rd 

Jabez F., bookkeeper Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 94 1-2 Myrtle av 

James, emp F. W. Co., h 266 Water 

Mamie Mrs., bds Hotel Westmoreland 

Maurice P., manager Modern Merchandise Co. 220 Main, bds 
The Fitchburg 

Robert L., emp F. P. Co., bds 624 Westminster Hill rd W. F. 

William C, rem to Canada 

— see Fischer, Pichette and Poisson 
Fisk Axel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 3 W T est 
Fiske Eustace L., physician and surgeon 20 Prichard, h do. 
Fitchburg Athletic Club, 54 Church 

Auction Rooms, H. W. Brooks prop, new and second-hand 
house furnishings 87 Main 

Benevolent Union, Miss Alice Miller agent, (50) 145 Main 

Business College, Devier Fullmer prop, 145 Main 
riTCHBURG CO-OPERATIVE BANK, Jabez Fisher pies, 
r Frederick A. Currier sec, (8) 129 Main [see page 428] 

Cotton Mill, B. M. Pitts prop, 527 Main 
RITCHBURG CREAMERY, French & Learned props, mfrs 
butter and dealers in milk, etc., 27 Prichard [see page 474] 
RITCHBURG DIRECTORY, The Price & Lee Co. publishers 
Sentinel office, 389 Main 



110 FITCHBURG [F] DIRECTORY. 

Fitchburg District Messenger Service, offices 128 and 373 Main 

FITCHBURG DUCK MILLS, Mrs. Harriette F. Nevins prop, 
S. A. Clough treas, Thomas C. Sheldon agent, mfrs cotton 
duck, Duck Mill rd cor Bemis [see page 431] 
ITCHBURG ENAMEL WORKS, Charles Allen prop, r 26 

East [see page 466] 
ITCHBURG EVENING MAIL, Fitchburg Mail Publishing 
Co., Park building 17 Water [see page 500] 
Excavating Co. (W. M. Powell) office 2 Dav 

FITCHBURG FILE WORKS, (F. C, WE. and A. E. Cul- 
ley) file mfrs 76 and 78 Lunenburg [see page 441] 
Finnish Publishing Co., pubsldan Uutiset ^The Eastern News) 
99 Mechanic 
^ITCHBURG FLOUR CO., George B. Woodward prop, flour 
and grain 46 Main [see page 473] 

ITCHBURG GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT CO., H. F. 

Coggshall treas, sec and general manager, office 316 Main 
[see page 430] 

FITCHBURG GRAIN CO.,F. F. Woodward prop, flour, grain, 
feed, hay, straw, etc. 348 Main [see page 473] 
Home for Old Ladies, 8 Beacon 

FITCHBURG IRON FOUNDRY, Heywood, Wilson & Co. 
props, 27 Main [see page 439] 
FITCHBURG LOAN, SAFETY DEPOSIT AND TRUST 
CO., E. J. Torrey pres, A. A. Howe sec and treas, 125 
Main [see page 429] 

FITCHBURG MACHINE WORKS, 13 to 21 Main, J. L. 
Chapman general manager [see front colored page VI] 
Mail Publishing Co., publishers F. Evening Mail 17 Water 

FITCHBURG MANUFACTURING CO., Charles T. Crocker 
pres, Adams Crocker agent and treas, mfrs fancy cottons, 
silks and worsteds, "Rockville Mill" Ashburnham, W. F. 
Office "New Rock Mill" 40 Oak Hill rd [see page 431] 
Marble and Granite Co., C. F. Woodward manager r 257 Main 

FITCHBURG MATTRESS MANUFACTURING CO., Geo. 
L. Smiley prop, mattress mfrs and carpet cleaning 60 In- 
tervale [see page 463] 
FITCHBURG MILITARY BAND, G. A. Patz leader, Arthur 
Geoffrion agent, office Park building 117 Main [see p 453] 

FITCHBURG MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., The 
Phoenix, 372 Main, Amasa Norcross pres, Lincoln R. 
Welch sec [see page 429] 

FITCHBURG NATIONAL BANK, 352 Main, B. N. Bullock 
pres, H. G. Townend cashier [see page 425] 
Normal School, Pearl cor North 
Oil Supply, Frank L. Blodgett prop, oil dealers 177 Main 

FITCHBURG PAPER CO., Rodney Wallace prop, (2 and 3) 
387 Main [see page 433] 



FITCHBURG [F] DIRECTORY. Ill 

Fitchburg Park Co., Nelson F. Bond treas, office 23 Water 

Public Library, Prescott C. Rice librarian. Wallace Library 

and Art Building, 291 Main 
Railroad Freight Office, 51 Water 
Railroad Office, Union depot 
^ITCHBURG RUBBER STAMP WORKS, F. E. Bowker 

& Co. props, 244 Main [see page 452] 
^ITCHBURG SAVINGS BANK, 352 Main, C. E. Ware 
pres, Brigham N. Bullock treas [see page 4251 
"FITCHBURG SENTINEL (Daily and Weekly), Sentinel 
Printing Co. publishers, 389 Main 
Shirt Co., L. C. Albee prop, 180 Albee n Cleveland 
Shoe Tip Co., E. F. Belding manager, 18 North 

riTCHBURG STEAM CARPET CLEANING WORKS, 

JT P. A. Nourse prop, off Putnam r Jennison Plumbing Co. 

[see page 463] 

FITCHBURG STEAM ENGINE CO., Cleghom cor Oak Hill 
av, F. Fosdick pres, C. Fosdick treas and supt [see inside 
front cover] 
RITCHBURG STEAM LAUNDRY, A. A. Buxton prop, 

laundry 37 Grove, office 209 Main [see page 463] 
RITCHBURG STEEL BALL CO., mfrs steel balls 211 Lunen- 
burg [see page 440] 
7ITCHBURG STORAGE CO., N. C. Upham prop, storage 

warehouse, office (41) 145 Main [see page 448] 
\ RITCHBURG THE, Parker S. Fuller prop, 369 Main [see 
page 499] 
RITCHBURG TOOL DEPT. PUTNAM MACHINE CO., 

Putnam n Main [see front colored page IV] 
Water Works, office 104 River 

FITCHBURG WORSTED CO., G. N. Proctor treas, John 
Shirreffs agent, off 368 Water [see page 432] 
and Leominster Express, F. C. Ames prop, 135 Main 
and Leominster Street Railway Co., office 728 Water 
Fitts Ade Miss, emp E. M. Dickinson & Co., bds 176 Main 
Frank H.. gate tender F. R. R., h 98 Boutelle 
Fred A., rem to Hancock, Vt. 
Fitzgerald Bridget, widow David, h 33 Smith 

Bros. (Thomas J. and John E. Fitzgerald), plumbing and steam 

heating 17 Prichard 
Catherine, widow Thomas, h 45 Beech 
Dennis F., laborer, bds 33 Smith 
Edmund H., dry goods, grocery and shoe store 84 Temple, h 

86 do., W. F. 
J, A., emp 8 Brook, bds 45 Beech 
James, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 45 Beech 
James, h 126 Laurel 
Jeremiah B., emp Fitzgerald Bros., h 381 Summer 



112 FITCHBTJRG [FJ DIRECTORY. 

Fitzgerald John, clerk F. R. R., h 213 Rollstone 

John E., (Fitzgerald Bros.) 17 Prichard, h 44 Oliver 

Mary A. Miss, h 87 Sanborn, W. F. 

Michael, h 6 Beech 

Michael C, blacksmith U. M. Co., h 9 Albee 

Patrick, emp Fitchburg Paper Co., h off River n do., W. F. 

Percv H., emp F. P. Co., bds 624 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Russell, emp F. P. Co., bds 624 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Thomas, bds 126 Laurel 

Thomas J., (Fitzgerald Bros.) 17 Prichard, h 144 Leighton 

Thomas M., h 34 Hannigan ct, W. F. 

William, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 33 Smith 

William H., clerk, bds 6 Beech 
Fitzgibbon John, emp F. W. Co., bds 40 Smith 
Fitzgibbons Bridget T. Miss, bds 12 Clinton 

Julia Miss, emp Leominster, bds 12 Clinton 

Michael, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 40 1-2 Nashua 

William, barber 198 Water, h 224 do. 
Fitzpatrick Edward, emp D. M. Dillon, h 3 Bradford 

James F., emp C. B. & Co., h Princeton rd n town line, W. F. 

John, emp C. B. & Co., h 121 Princeton rd, W. F. 
Fitzroy Herbert W., emp Beoli Co., bds 322 Ashburnham, W. F. 

John H., overseer finishing dept Beoli Co., h 322 Ashburnham, 
W. F. 
Fitzsimmons William, bootblack emp 206 Main, rms 23 North 
Flagg Albeit H., policeman, h Princeton rd, W. F. 

Alfred E., carpenter, h 63 Pacific 

Cordelia A. Mrs., bds 8 Beacon 

Edward L., emp Emerson & Monroe, h 47 Prichard 

Fred S , carpenter F. R. R., h 89 Laurel 

Herman H., carpenter, h 34 Clinton 

Hosea W., bds 63 Pacific 

Sarah, widow John, bds 10 Lincoln 
Flaherty Bernard H , policeman, h 163 Water 

Eugene, bricklayer, h 20 Worcester 

Mary, widow Patrick, h 12 Worcester 

T. Michael, machinist, rms 34 East 
Flanders Henry R., principal Goodrich street school, h 53 Oliver 
Flannagan Edward, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 27 Cleghorn 

Eliza, widow Martin, h 25 First 

George B., bds 71 Payson 

John J., clerk 27 Day, bds 71 Payson 

Martin, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 16 Middle street lane 

Mary Q., widow John, h 71 Payson 

Michael, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 21 Salem 

Patrick, emp F. Gas and Elec. Light Co., h 51 Middle street 
lane 
Flannery John, bds 31 Albee 



FITCHBTJRG [F] DIRECTORY. 113 

Flannery Mary, widow Andrew, h 47 Water street lane 

Margaret, widow Michael, h 31 Albee 
Flattery Thomas F., emp C. B. & Co., h Baltic lane n Ashburnham, 

W. F. 
Flechtner John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 48 Goddard 

Otto, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 15 Rockland 
Fleischmann & Co., Arthur G. Hunting agent, mfrs compressed yeast 

66 Green 
Fleming David, bds 42 Institute, W. F. 

Delia Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 14 Middle street lane 

John J., emp F. R. R. shop, h 9 Cross 

Maggie Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 14 Middle street lane 

Michael, laborer, h 42 Institute, W. F. 

Patrick, emp R, Wallace, bds 28 Institute, W. F. 

Patrick J., clerk 222 Main, h 82 Boutelle 

William J., bds 81 Green 
Fletcher Andrew, emp Beoli Co., h 23 Sanborn, W. F. 

Edgar F., emp F. R. R., h 9 Boutelle 

Edward, farmer, b Pearl Hill rd 

Frank, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 11 Orange 

George A., mason, h 95 East 

Oramel W., watchman F. & L. St. Ry., rms car barn, Water 

Roby, wheelwright, h 6 Boutelle 

Walter V., carpenter, h 132 Pearl 

William W., painter, h 51 Prichard 
Fleury Charles, rem to Marlboro 

Flight Albert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h ^ Norwood, W. F. 
Flint Charles M., (E. E. Nutting & Co.) 39 North, bds 99 Snow 

George W., foreman F. S. Lovell Machine Works, h 98 East 

Herbert L., policeman, h 251 Blossom 

W 7 illie M., millwright, bds Mechanic n Fisher rd 
Flood Francis, emp Beoli Co., bds 1041 River, W. F. 

John, policeman, h 48 Granite 

Matthew, h 317 Water 
Fluet Pierre, baker 11 Plymouth, h 13 do. 
Flynn Edward, laborer, bds 63 Beech 

Hannah, widow Thomas, h 11 Morris 

Horace M., bds 110 Depot, W. F. 

Jeremiah, emp Union Coal Co.,h 50 Willow 

John, laborer, h 615 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

John J., emp Union Coal Co., h 7 Morris 

John T., emp Beoli Co., bds 62 Sanborn, W. F. 

Joseph C, emp F. W. Co., h Lancaster n Cleveland 

Joseph G., cigars and news dealer 47 Elm, bds 50 Willow 

Lizzie M. Miss, dressmaker, bds 110 Depot, W. F. 

Mary A., widow Charles, h 110 Depot, W. F. 

Michael, plumber, bds 11 Morris 

Michael F., plumber 9 Fourth, h do. 



114 FITCHBURG [ F] 



DIRECTORY. 



Flynn Patrick, bds 11 Morris 

Thomas F., clerk, bds 50 Willow 

Winifred H. Miss, teacher, bds 50 Willow 
Fogarty James W., emp P. M. Co., h 31 Railroad 

John H., molder M. J. Perault, h 6 Congress 

Julia Miss, clerk 127 Main, bds 60 Middle 

Katherine A. Miss, (Sample, Brousseau & Co.) 127 Main, bds 
60 Middle 

Michael, h 60 Middle 

Michael J., machinist F. M. Works, h 35 Spruce 
Foisie Antoine, emp Greene & Sheddon, h 63 Oak Hill rd 
Foisy Amedee, laborer, h 62 1-2 North 

Edward, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 62 1-2 North 
Foley Alice, widow Maurice, h 86 Plymouth 

Cornelius F., confectionery and bakers' goods 12 Westminster, 
W. F., h do. 

Daniel J., insurance asfent, h 8 Oakland 

David F., emp F. W."Co., h 321 Ashbnrnham, W. F. 

Edward F. Mrs., emp Beoli Co., bds Franklin rd n Depot, W. F. 

Fred B., emp E. H. Rice, bds 24 Morris 

Honora Mrs., bds 10 Morris 

James, teamster emp city, h 14 Morris 

John, laborer, h 116 Kimball 

John G., laborer, h 31 Middle 

John J., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 116 Kimball 

John O., boss spooling and twisting dept Beoli Co., h 153 Ash- 
burnham, VV. F. 

Julia, widow Patrick, h 72 Beech 

Michael J., clerk 407 Main, h 34 Kimball 

Patrick, rem to Worcester 

Patrick E., bds 116 Kimball 

Timothy C, emp F. R. R. shop, h 255 Water 
Folkmar — see Volkmar 
Fontaine Alec, emp F. W. Co., rms 150 Water 

George, fireman Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 13 Daniels 
Foote Freeman, emp F. R. R., rms 18 Day 
Forand Francois X., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), h 35 Arlington 

Magloire, laborer, bds 15 Rockland 
Forbes Donald, emp Beoli Co., bds 29 Sanborn, W. F. 

George, hostler emp G. W. Weymouth, h 77 High 

John, emp Beoli Co., bds 88 Oak Hill rd 

Michael, emp C. B. & Co., h 55 Cottage, W. F. 
Ford Arthur E., rem to Windsor 

Chauncey D., driver Hook and Ladder 1, h 12 Lunenburg 

Daniel, farmer, h 984 Westminster Hillrd, W. F. 

Dennis, emp Beoli Co., h 998 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Ernest C, rem to Wollaston 

John, emp F. Mfg. Co. h (5) 10 Day 



FITCHBURG 



[F] DIRECTORY. 11 



Forest Cleophas, janitor Cleghorn school, n 39 Clarendon 

Eugene, letter carrier, h 18 Baker 

George S., porter American House, bds do 

Hill Cemetery, Mt. Elam rd 

Josephine Mrs. bds 239 River 

Magloire, laborer, bds 15 Rockland 
Fors Abratn, ernp Greene & Sheddon, h 132 High 
Forsman Gustave, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 123 High 

Isaac, laborer, h 44 Goddard 
Forsstrom August V., emp F. Worsted Co., bds 148 1-2 Water 
Fortier Adelmer Z., baker emp 7 Circle, h 13 Newton pi 

Alexander, mason, h 9 Chester 

Alvina, widow Zephir, bds 79 Walnut 

Charles, h 76 Plymouth 

Homer, baker, h 557 Main 
Fortin Amable, emp Beoli Co., h 39 Clarendon 

J. Antoine, emp F. R. R. shop, h 18 Baker 

John, rem to Leominster 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 34 Clarendon 

Joseph, rem to Canada 

Josephine Mrs., h 34 Clarendon 

Louis, emp Nockege Mill, h 34 Clarendon 

Robert, rem to Canada 

Severe Mrs., h 34 Clarendon 
Fosdick Charles, treas and supt F. S. E. Co., h 128 Prichard 

Charles M., student, bds 128 Prichard 

Frederick, pres F. S. E. Co., h 98 Pleasant 

Frederick W., student, bds 98 Pleasant 
Foskett Alden J., rem to New Haven, Conn. 

Ernest L., emp Woodward & Jones, bds 4 Orange 

George B., watchman F. Mfg. Co., bds 87 Highland av 
Foss Charles A., emp S. R.-M. Co. bds 2 Orange 

Charles H., constable, h 28 Cherry 

Charles W., mason, bds 20 Davis 

Frank H. (Gilchrest, Wiley & Foss), Central cor Brook, h 50 
Arlington 

Hannah, widow Orrin, bds 50 Arlington 

Lindley G., rem to Clinton 
Fossberg Frederick, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 18 Highland ct 
Fossett Charles, rem to Clinton 
Foster Charles W., rem to New York 

Cyrus A., janitor Day street school, h 15 Wood 

Edward, jobber, rms 18 Day 

George, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 21 Portland 

Herbert L., master mechanic F. Paper Co., h 53 Fair view, W. F. 

Jane, widow Warren, bds 6 Harvard 

Julia A., widow Josiah, bds 53 Fairview, W. F. 

Lizzie Miss, rem to Townsend 



116 FITCHBURG [F] 



DIRECTORY. 



Foster Sewall, engineer Nockege Mill, h 63 South 

Waldo A., h 141 Myrtle av 

William H., bds 52 Prichard 
Fournier Alphonse, carpenter, h 24 Rockland 

August, carpenter and builder 29 Rockland, h do 

FOURNIER CHARLES A., manager Day Street Drug Store, 
25 Day, bds 36 Blossom [see page 457] 

Edward, emp F. & L. St. Ry., res Leominster 

Emil, emp F. & L. St. Ry., res Leominster 

Joseph, emp P. M. Co., h Franklin rd 

Joseph, rem to Portsmouth, N. H. 

Joseph, laborer, h 237 Lunenburg 

Louis Mrs., h 32 Huron 

Louis P., barber, h 37 First 

Magloire, carpenter, h 32 Huron 
Fourtin J. Perley, clerk 367 Main, rms 52 Grove 
Fowle Rebecca B., widow Josiah L., matron Union Aid Home for 

Children 27 Holt 
Fowler Frank, emp F. R. R., h 31 Worcester 

John E., horseshoer emp 17 Snow, bds 36 Highland av 
Fox Abel A., h 13 Weymouth 

Charles L., physician 191 Main, h 74 Day 

Charles L. Mrs., employment office 191 Main, h 74 Day 

Edward T., jeweler 187 Main, bds 96 Snow 
Fraas Leonhardt, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 94 Rollstone 
Fraher Julia Miss, bds Fisher rd 
Francis Albert F., draughtsman emp (4) 387 Main, bds 411 do. 

Annie T. Miss, clerk F. M. Fire Ins. Co., bds (3) 411 Main 

Frederick L.. draughtsman emp (4) 387 Main, bds 411 do. 
FRANCIS HENRY M., architect Wallace building (4) 387 

Main, h (3) 411 do. [see page 486] 
"FRANCIS SIDNEY J., treas and manager Iver Johnson Sport- 
ing Goods Co. 247 Main, h 40 Highland av [see back cover] 

Thomas A., emp C. B. & Co., h 62 Cascade, W. F. 
Frank Carl, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 75 Marshall 

Ernest, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 72 Leighton 
Franklin Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1, Summer street engine house 
Eraser Duncan Blair, emp Beoli Co., bds 100 Phillips, W. F. 

Flora, widow John, h 100 Phillips, W. F. 

Hugh, rem to Lunenburg 
Freeh Harry, musician, h 12 Winch 
Frechette Samuel, carriage painter emp 106 Lunenburg, rms 149 

Water 
Frederic Eugenie, widow Francois, h 383 Summer 
Frederich George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 72 Leighton 

— see Friedrich 
Frederick Charles, h 58 Prichard 

Claude, bds 58 Prichard 



FITCHBURG [F] DIRECTORY. 117 

Frederickson Anders A., laborer, bds 116 High 

Axel, emp J. B. Mfg. Co., bds 38 Prichard 

Charles, emp J. B. Mfg. Co., bds 38 Prichard 

Gustave, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 116 High 
Fredette Albert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 204 Beech 

Edouard J., tailor emp 229 Main, h 23 Winter 

Emma Miss, emp Leominster, bds 23 Winter 

John, painter, emp F. R. R. shop, bds 322 Summer 

Narcisse, laborer, h 188 Beech 
Fredrikson Axel E., emp J. B. Mfg. Co., rms 239 1-2 Main 

Charles, emp J. B. Mfg. Co., rms 239 1-2 Main 
Freedson August, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 50 Summit 
Freeman Abram, laborer, h 62 Phelps 

Charles E., overseer spinning Nockege Mill, h 16 West 

Frank, emp Orswell Mills, bds 16 West 

Franklin, lawyer, (Hall & Freeman) (27) 145 Main, res Leo- 
minster 

Herbert E., clerk Lowe Bros. & Co., h 51 Payson 

Hiram W., foreman box dept W. A. Garno, h 81 Winter 
Fregeau Alfred, emp F. R. R., rms 62 Walnut 

Amedee W., rem to Boston 

Hormisdas, emp F. R. R. shop, h Intervale n Mack 
French Alonzo H., car inspector F. R. R., bds 34 Maple 

Band, 399 Main 

Byron R., clerk 88 Green, bds 3 Congress 

Edwin E., (French & Learned) 27 Prichard. h 3 Milk 

George A., switchman F. R. R., h 20 East 

Harry A., baker, bds 3 Congress 

Henry R., emp E. J. Welch, h 3 Congress 

Increase IL, mason, h 26 East 

J. Albert, clerk 152 Main, rms 110 Blossom 

John, (Terrell & French) Charles street ext, h 37 Winter 

John, rem to Dover, N. H. 

Mary E. Miss, bds 58 Green 

Wilmer D., painter, h 69 Milk 

FRENCH & LEARNED (Edwin E. French and George S. 
Learned) props Frichburg Creamery 27 Prichard [see 
page 474] 
Freniere Wilfred, emp F. S. E. Co., bds 81 Cleghorn 
Frey Adolph, emp F. Worsted C, h 72 Leighton 
Albert, baker emp 224 Water, bds do. 
— see Frye 
Friedrich George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 122 Kimball 
Friend James K. P., emp F. R. R., rms 22 Highland av 
Frigoglietto Loigio, laborer, h 90 Heywood 

Rosa, grocer 90 Heywood, h do. 
Frink Lottie E. Mrs., rms 24 Day 
Frizzell Robert J., clerk 70 Green, bds 79 1-2 Cedar 



118 FITCHBURG [GJ DIRECTORY. 

Frost Abbie T., widow David, h 25 Goodwin 

Charles H., teamster, h 81 Laurel 

Roger P., tinner, bds 25 Goodwin 

S. C, musician, and typewriter salesman, h 43 North 

William A., (Nichols & Frost) 150 to 156 Main, h 33 Hartwell 
Frye George A., machinist P. M. Co.. h 19 Milk 

— see Frey 
Fuller Abbie C., widow Simeon, bookkeeper 196 Main, rms 120 
Academy 

Alice C. Miss, teacher, rms 120 Academy 

Charles M., emp F. & L. St. Ry., h 25 Cedar 

Dana L., sales stables and harness dealer rear The Fitchburg, 
h 35 Hartwell 

FULLER D WIGHT G„ sand and loam dealer 501 Main, h do. 
[see page 482] 
Eliza O. Miss, bds 35 Hartwell 
Harry A., h 89 Myrtle av 

Hiram A., carpenter F. R. R. shop, h 98 Myrtle av 
Howard B., clerk 135 Main, bds 19 Bond 
Hubbard B., farmer, h Pearl Hill rd 
Irving H., bookkeeper and cashier 316 Main, h 19 Bond 
^ULLER JOSEPH, florist and greenhouses 8 Brook off Grove, 
res Leominster [see page 470] 
ULLER LE FOREST, merchant tailor 205 Main,h 32 Beacon 
[see page 461] 
N. Marie Miss, bds The Fitchburg 369 Main 

FULLER PARKER S., prop The Fitchburg 369 Main, h do. 
[see page 499] 
Puah A., widow Joseph A., h 5Q Milk 
Ralph O., driver emp The Fitchburg, bds 56 Milk 
Sylvester S., rem to Maine 
Fullmer Devier, prop Fitchburg Business College 145 Main, h 163 

Blossom 
Fullum Francis L., farmer, h Franklin rd n Turnpike, W. F. 
Fulton Edward J., conductor F. R. R., h 118 Green 
Furlong James, rem to Boston 

Kearan, emp C. B. & Co., h 641 Westminster, W. F. 
Mary Miss, emp C. B. & Co., h 711 Westminster, W. F. 
Fur man Walter R., teamster J. H. Holland, h 460 Water 
Fuiphey James, emp Orswell Mills, h 258 Water 

Gadein Calice, emp city, h 599 Main 

Gadouri Henry, teamster, h Charles street ext , 

Gaferian Elijah, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 613 Main 

Gaffney Michael, emp D. M. Dillon, bds 24 Snow 

Gage Walter H., foreman C. B. & Co., bds 719 Westminster Hill 

rd, W. F. 
Gagne John E., rem to New Bedford 



FITCHBURG [G] DIRECTORY. 1 1 ( .) 

Gagne Nelson, bds r 32 Putnam 

Gagnon Alec, coal and wood dealer r F. Mfg. Co. Cleghorn, h 132 
Fairmount 

Eddie, emp Alec Gagnon, h 13 Plymouth 

Francis, grocer, bds 211 Bemis 

Frank, emp A. R. Ordway, h 239 Water 

John R., bds 211 Bemis 

Joseph, emp F. R. R. shop, h 63 Bemis 

Jule, rem to Warwick 

Olive, widow Napoleon, h 46 Chester 

Ozias, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 24 Baker 

Peter, laborer, h 211 Bemis 

Peter, emp F. A. McCauliff, h 154 Madison 

Peter Jr., foreman F. A. McCauliff, h 30 Rockland 
Gagovian Krikor, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 97 Beech 
Galbaur Orseines, emp W. A. Garno, h r 18 East 
Gale Charles W., h 492 Water 

Charles W. Jr., clerk, bds 492 Water 

Mabel L. Miss, cashier, bds 492 Water 
Gallagan Frank, h 36 Putnam 
Gallagher George H., rem to Somerville 

Hugh C, plumber, bds 5 Maverick 

John Mrs., h 5 Maverick 

John, emp F. R. R., h 64 Granite 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), h 38 Baker 

John, plasterer, bds 7 Brigham 

John P., bds 5 Maverick 

Kate Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 349 1-2 Main 

Kate A. Miss, teacher, bds 5 Maverick 

Lizzie A. Miss, bds 20 Holt 

Mary Miss, housekeeper 344 Main 

Mary E. Miss, teacher, bds 5 Maverick 

Patrick F., rem to Enfield, N. H. 

Thomas F., lawyer and justice police court Elm, h 20 Holt 
Gallant Casimir, laborer, h 204 Lunenburg 

Moses, emp F. Duck Mill, bds 204 Lunenburg 

Thomas, emp Fitchburg Steel Ball Co., bds 204 Lunenburg 
Gallup Ella J. Miss, dressmaker, h 57 Prichard 

Herman S., bookkeeper 159 Main, h 102 Snow 

Homer H., painter, h 41 East 

Mary A. Miss, tailoress emp 229 Main, bds 90 Highland av 
Galpin Samuel W., bell hanger and locksmith 1 Joslin pi, h do. 
Galtias Henry, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 8 Walnut 
Galvin Mary, widow James, housekeeper 224 Water 
Gammell George F., machinist F. M. Works, bds 125 Summer 

Joseph L., general foreman F. M. Works, h 125 Summer 
Gannett William S., commercial traveler, h 41 Eaton, W. F. 



120 FITCHBURG [GJ DIRECTORY. 

Gannon Bartholomew, baggage master N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 
19 Albee 

John F., butter and produce 192 1-2 Water, h 53 Granite 

John W., bds 19 Albee 

Thomas, emp city, bds 19 Washington 
Gantt Henry W., supt S. R.-M. Co., bds 450 Main 
Garachian Nashan, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 538 Main 
Garceau Corrie, carpenter, h 9 Douglass av 
Gard John, emp Beoli Co., h 921 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Phoebe, widow Henry, h 907 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Gardner Charles S., emp U. M. Co., h 15 Boutelle 

Clarence, emp Nockege Mill, bds 413 Main 

Frederick, emp Beoli Co., bds 106 Phillips, W. F. 

George C, overseer Nockege Mill, h 413 Main 

Henry E., emp Beoli Co., h 137 Phillips, W. F. 
Garfield Edmund D., clerk, bds 81 Grove 

James F. D., office 23 Water, h 81 Grove 

Mary E., widow Joseph B., rem to South Ashburnham 
Gariepy Camille, physician 136 Fairmount, h do. 
Garland Caroline Miss, nurse, inquire 196 Main 
Garno Henry J., wood and lumber surveyor, h 33 Townsend 

John E., conductor F. R. R., h 73 Congress 

GARNO WILLIAM A., box mfr, wholesale and retail lumber 
dealer, sawing, planing and matching 114 to 124 Lunen- 
burg, and groceries, flour, grain, feed and hay 137 do., h 
10 Lincoln [see pages 478 and 485] 
Garrett John W., (A. P. Williams & Co.) 73 Laurel, bds 12 Win- 

throp 
Garrity Frank John, emp E. F. B. & Co., h 11 Boylston ext 

James S., coachman M. B. Damon, bds 144 Main 
Garside John W., foreman F. Paper Co., bds 175 Ashburnham, 

W. F. 
Garth Alpha, supt Star Worsted Co. and (American Compellator 
Co.) 42 West, h 238 River 
Asa, foreman Star Worsted Co., bds 55 West 
Garvey Dennis, emp C. B. & Co., bds 16 Temple, W. F. 
Matthew, rem to Worcester 
Michael, emp D. M. Dillon, h 31 Nashua 
William, laborer, bds 3 Factory sq 
Gast Otto J., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 32 Arlington 
Paul A., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 77 Mechanic 
Gateley John B., carpenter emp J. H. Kirby, h 11 Boyle ct 
Gates Charles E., emp E. S. Burnap, h Williams rd 
Edwin, h 73 Pine 

Eugene C, farmer, h Blossom n Mechanic 
Frances H. Miss, corsets, fashion patterns and dressmaker 26 

Blossom, h do. 
Frederick G., hostler emp Guy Woods, bds 56 Oliver 



FITCHBURG [G] DIRECTORY. 121 

Gates Henry, farmer, bds Rindge rd 

Maria, widow Pliny, h 239 1-2 Main 

Mary L., widow George, h 200 Plymouth 

Timothy N., farmer, h Rindge rd 
Gaudes Anton, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 144 Leighton 

J. Paul, overseer F. Mfg. Co., h 73 Kimball 
Gaudet Cesime, rem to New Brunswick 

Edmund, tailor, gents' furnishings, etc. 176 Fairmount, h 56 
Daniels 

Edmund M. IL, clerk 190 Main, and billiards and pool 176 
Fairmount, h 22 Daniels 

Everett, emp Bartow & Cookson, h 8 Leger 

Frank, carpenter, bds 192 Fairmount 

Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h Franklin rd 

Nelson, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h Rollstone rd 

Ovide, carpenter, bds 8 Leger 

Patrick P., carpenter, h 192 Fairmount 
Gaudreau Charles, emp city, h r 31 Grove 

Edmund, rem to Leominster 

Edward I., emp Orswell Mills, h 6 Gibson pi 

Gaspard, laborer, h 55 Canton 

Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 55 Canton 

Joseph W., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds r 31 Grove 

May Miss, clerk 127 Main, bds r 31 Grove 

Stanislas, emp Beoli Co., bds 19 Allen 
Gauthier Henry, clerk 147 Main, rms 32 do. 

Joseph A., watchman F. Duck Mill, h 624 Water 

Thomas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 202 Fairmount 
Gauvain Fred, mason, bds 598 River 
Gauvin Raphael, laborer, h 130 Kimball 
Gavin William T., clerk Damon & Gould Co. 135 Main, h 67 Law- 

rence 
Gaw John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 206 Plymouth 
Gay E. Louise Miss, emp 360 Main, bds 21 Winter 

Fred, emp Beoli Co., h 73 Phillips, W. F. 

George W., carpenter emp 31 North, bds 29 Pleasant 

J. Bentley F., trav salesman F. S. B. Co., h 21 Winter 

Joseph B., emp F. S. E. Co., bds 21 Winter 

William P., machinist, h 15 Otis 
Gee Nathan L., machinist P. M. Co., h 175 South 
Geisler August, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 42 Leighton 
Gelinas Alfred, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 38 Maple 

Ferdinand, emp Leominster, h 178 Fairmount 
Gendron Benoni, h 78 River 
Gentila Matti, emp S. Mfe. Co., h 14 Walnut 

GEOFFRION ARTHUR, musician and agent Fitchburg Mili- 
tary Band and Russell Orchestra Park bldg 117 Main, h 
78 Cedar [see page 453] 



122 FITCHBURG [G] DIRECTORY. 

GEOFFRION A. MRS., milliner 215 Main, h 78 Cedar [see 
page 460} 

L. Euclid, engineer F. R. R., h 74 Pacific 

Oscar O., machinist emp H. C. Deane, bds 78 Cedar 
Geoffroy Ladislas O. Rev., rem to Holyoke 
Geoljookian Egazer, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 400 Main 
George Abraham, emp F. W. Co., bds 590 Water 

Andrew, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 612 Main 

Arakel P., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 473 Main 

Cidric, shoemaker 26 1-2 Day, bds 590 Water 

George, bds 590 Water 

Isaac, emp F. W. Co., h 590 Water 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 612 Main 

Lizzie, widow S. C, h 5 Cherry 

Mesac, bds 590 Water 

Simon, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 612 Main 

W. Henry, emp F. Paper Co., h 472 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Gere Harriet L., widow Isaac, bds 118 Pleasant 

GERMAN CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY CO., Gustave A. 
Wuth mgr, grocers 106 Kimball [see page 477] 

Evangelical Church, 81 Rollstone 

Progressive Society Hall, 4 Frankfort 
Germeinhardt Peter, h 37 Beech 
Gerner — see Goerner 
Gero Napoleon, laborer, h 81 Summit 
Gerow Alfred, emp E. M. D. & Co., bds off North 

Charles, emp William Edwards Slate Co., bds off North 

Frank, slater William Edwards Slate Co., h off North 

Frank A., emp Steel Horse Collar Co., h 86 High 

Peter, emp M. J. Peratdt, h r 15 Harvard 
Gerrish Annie Miss, rem to Mansfield 
Gerry Catherine, widow Edward, bds (4) 10 Day 

Charles, stonecutter, h 10 Payson 

Charles L., brakeman F. R. R., h 132 Green 

Daniel G., conductor F. R. R., h 30 Third 

Gilbert, emp Cowdin & Walker, h 30 Third 

Mary A. Miss, tailoress, h 72 Granite 
Gerst Edward L., brakeman F. R. R., h 74 Green 
Getty — see Jette 
Gibbons Patrick D., barber emp Maiu cor Laurel, h 32 Goodwin 

Thomas, emp F. R. R., bds 25 Railroad 
Gibbs John, farmer, h 355 Ashburnham, W. F. 

John 2d, emp Beoli Co., h 116 Phillips, W. F. 

Richard F., clerk 153 Main, h 110 Blossom 
Gibeau Adeline, widow Narcisse, bds 43 Mack 

Joseph, emp F. Duck Mill, h 43 Mack 
Gibeault J. Frank, laborer, h 14 Clarendon 

Lemmie, laborer, h 32 Bemis 



FITCHBUKG [G] DIRECTORY. 123 

Gibson Artemas A., janitor G. A. R. hall, h 11 South 
Caroline, widow Henry, h 50 Prichard 
Charles H., lamplighter, h 125 Westminster Hill rd 
Charles O., millwright, h 118 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Clement H. C, emp F. R. R., h 19 Redman 
Daniel 0., h 40 Lunenburg 

Frederick E. S., emp F. & L. St. Ry., h 46 Winter 
George H., emp F. R. R., bds 40 Lunenburg 
Jane, widow William, h 54 Clinton 
Lemuel W., stonecutter, h Brier 
Nancy, widow I. L., h 118 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Samantha L. Miss, nurse, inq 196 Main, rms 54 Prichard 
Sarah, widow Arrington, bds 24 Mt. Globe 
Sarah J., widow Thomas, h 76 Myrtle av 
Wallace H., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 50 Prichard 
William A., stonecutter, h 13 Newton pi 
—see Gipson 

GIFFIN WILLIAM H., dry and fancy goods 164 Main, h 7 
Oak [see page 459] 
Gifford Alenza T., h 20 Pearl 
Richard T., bds 20 Pearl 
Gilbert Come, shoemaker, bds 76 Plymouth 

Philip, painter emp Emerson & Monroe, h 24 Milk 
Gilchrest Charles S., mason, bds Pleasant View Park 

Elbridge H., (Gilchrest, W r iley & Foss) Central cor Brook, 

h 60 Grove 
George A., mason and builder 17 Townsend, h 168 Lunenburg 
Mary Mrs., nurse, bds Pearl ext cor Townsend rd 
Walter F., emp F. A. Bennett, h Lenox 
William, h 81 Grove 

GILCHREST, WILEY & FOSS, (Elbridge H. Gilchrest, 
Walter K. Wiley and Frank H. Foss), masons and build- 
ers and agents for Excelsior chimney-top Central cor Brook 
[see page 492] 
Giles Annie L., widow Martin, h 50 Oliver 

Gilldart William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), rms 245 Oak HiU 
Gillen Mary E. Miss, rem to Hyde Park 

Winnie Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 283 Water 

Gillern Charles J., emp F. W. Co., h 324 Summer 

Gilles Alexander W., emp Beoli Co., h 10 Kimball 

Gillespie James, foreman S. R.-M. Co., h 47 Pine 

James, emp Beoli Co., bds 1041 River, W. F. 

GILLESPIE JOHN, sewing machines, pianos, organs, musical 
instruments, sheet music, typewriters, etc. 104 Main, h 109 
, Myrtle av [see page 453] 
Gilley Eva M. Miss, clerk Jackson & Co., rms 61 Clinton 
Gillis Charles F., machinist, h 28 Blossom 



124 FITCHBURG [G] DIRECTORY. 

Gillis Edwin, clerk 147 Main, bds 28 Blossom 

James, carpenter, h 6 Congress pi 
Gillon John, rem to Scotland 
Gilmartin Martin, emp M. Kivlon, bds 70 Myrtle av 

Michael, laborer, bds 70 Myrtle av 

Patrick, bds off 483 Fairmount, W. F. 

Stephen, laborer, h 26 Middle 
Gilmore Herbert E., emp 337 Main, bds do. 

John E., fireman N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 15 Brigham 

Julia A., widow Elbridge G., bds 16 Harwood pi 

Lillian E. Miss, dressmaker 89 Boutelle, bds do. 

Maria, widow Edward F., h 89 Boutelle 
Gilpin George, emp G. E. Waite & Co., bds 68 Wachusett, W. F. 

George T., emp C. B. & Co., h Princeton rd n Wachusett 
depot, W. F. 
Gilson Albert, rem to Southbridge 

Alice L. Miss, clerk F. Mutual Fire Ins. Co., bds 25 Mechanic 

Charles S., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 19 Grove 

Ernest W., bookkeeper rear 5 Main, h 153 Myrtle av 

Frank, plumber, bds 41 Goodwin 

Luther S., rms 35 Crescent 
Gingras Abraham, emp Beoli Co., h 178 Fairmount 

Ophelia Miss, rem to Newton 
Gingue Francis, laborer, h Charles street ext 

John, laborer, h off 40 Pratt 

Nazaire A., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds off 40 Pratt 
Gionet Aime A., emp Met. Life Ins. Co., and confectionery and 

tobacco 39 Daniels, h 105 Clarendon 
Gipson Merrick O., emp F. R. R. freight house, h 53 Snow 
Girard Charles, tailor, rms 149 Water 

Ebenezer, emp W. A. Garno, h 138 Lunenburg 

Eli, laborer, h Ashburnham Hill rd n West 

Frank, laborer, h 211 Water 

George, emp 59 Walnut, bds do. 

Hypolite Rev., asst. St. Joseph's French Catholic church, bds 
47 Plymouth 

Joseph, emp Nockege Mill, bds Ashburnham Hill rd n West 

Oliver, rem to Haverhill 

Peter, laborer, h Ashburnham Hill rd n West 

Philip E., h 15 Charles 
n IRARD SADIE V. MISS, milliner 197 Main [see page 460] 

Thomas, laborer, h Ashburnham Hill rd n West 
Virginie, widow Nelson, h Ashburnham Hill rd n West 
Girouard Aime, paper hanger, h 192 Fairmount 

Celina Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 13 Woodland 
Clovis, painter, h 60 Columbus 
Clovis, carpenter, h 60 Madison 



FITOHBUEG [G] DIRECTORY. 125 

Girouard Ferdinand, rem to West Gardner 

Jaddus, emp F. Worsted Co., h 37 Canton 

John, rem to Westminster 

Jonas, mason and pool room 81 Fairmount, bds 14 Woodland 

Madeline Miss, emp Orswell Mills, bds 56 Madison 

Michael, carpenter, h 56 Madison 

Norbert, rem to New Brunswick 

Peter, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 7 Plymouth 

Rene, emp Beoli Co., h 87 Cleghorn 

Thaddeus, rem to New Brunswick 
Giroux Eusebe, stonemason, h 16 Nashua 
Gladding Daniel P., barber, cigars, tobacco and confectionery 47 Be- 

mis, h 131 Summer 
Glazier Charles H., foreman E. F. Belding & Co., h 74 Congress 

John O., clerk S. R.-M. Co., bds 74 Congress 
Gleason Cornelius, laborer, h 12 Walnut 

Fred A., engineer F. R. R., h 50 Lawrence 

James, rem to Baldwinville 

John K., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 57 Lunenburg 

Martin H., barber Fulton n Cane, bds 57 Lunenburg 

Patrick F., asst postmaster and supt carriers 234 Main h 35 Davis 

Roland E., emp Leominster, bds 40 Smith 
Glenn John H., carriage painter emp 10 North, bds 14 do. 
Glynn Mary, widow Joseph, h 997 River, W. F. 
Gochea — see Gauthier 

Godbeer Clifford F., clerk engineer's office F. R. R., bds 73 San- 
born, W. F. 

Edith Miss, stenographer I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 73 Sanborn, 
W T . F. 

George H., reporter F. Sentinel, bds 73 Sanborn, W. F. 

GODBEER HENRY, granite monuments, curbing, etc, River n 
Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 73 Sanborn, W. F. [see p 484] 

John N., stonecutter, bds 73 Sanborn, W. F. 
Goddard Henry A., rem to Springfield 

Ira T., rem to North Adams 

Minerva B., widow George, h 6 Circle 
Godette — see Gaudet 
Godin Alphonse, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 132 Madison 

Archille, laborer, bds 234 Beech 

Emilien, laborer, h 43 Allen 

Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 60 Columbus 

Joseph, teamster emp J. C. Whitney estate, h Prospect opp 
Caldwell 

Louisa, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 43 Pratt 

Ludger, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 188 Pratt rd 

Patrick, carpenter, h 192 Fairmount 

Samuel Emilien, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 46 Nashua 

Telesphore, emp F. Water Works, h Prospect opp Caldwell 

— see Gordon 



126 FITCHBURG [G] DIRECTORY. 

GODINSKI SAM, manager Boston One Price Clothing Co. 190 
Main, bds The Fitchburg [see page 462] 
Godley David, h 488 Fairmount, W. F. 

Michael, emp Beoli Co., bds 488 Fairmount, W. F. 

Thomas, emp Beoli Co., bds 488 Fairmount, W. F. 
Godu Mary Miss, housekeeper 59 Walnut 
Goerner Richard, farmer, h Ashby west rd 
Goewey Charles R., rem to Canada 

Henry, emp The Fitchburg, bds do 
Goff Walter B., yard foreman W. A. Garno, h 21 East 
Goggin John F., machinist S. R.-M. Co., h 46 Willow 
Gogin Peter, rem W r est 
Goguen Cyrille, laborer, h 9 Chester 

Daniel, rem to Maine 

Ephraim, shoemaker 89 Fairmount, h 79 Columbus 

Gregoire, laborer, h 116 Melrose 

John, emp G. A. Gilchrest, bds 168 Lunenburg 

Joshua, emp Orswell Mills, bds 21 Allen 

Maggie Miss, emp Orswell Mills, bds 79 Columbus 

Maxime, laborer, h 2 Randolph 

Michael, bds 9 Chester 

Napoleon, emp Gardner, bds 25 Federal 

Oliver, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 83 Fairmount 

Pacifique, emp Beoli Co., bds 87 Fairmount 

Saul, emp Orswell Mills, bds 21 Allen 

Theophile, rem to Maine 

Vital, lather, h 25 Federal 

Vitaline, widow Charles, h 48 Allen 
Gokey Louis, janitor Maverick street school, bds 71 Phelps 

Moses, janitor, h 71 Phelps 
Golbranson Cornelius, emp 1. J. A. & C. W r orks, bds 10 Read 
Golby James H., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 20 Orange 
Goldstone Barnard, peddler, rms r 36 Day 
Gonnier — see Gagnon 
Gonynor Bros. (John and Francis A. Gonynor), groceries, 79 Bemis 

Francis A. (Gonynor Bros.), 79 Bemis, bds 211 do. 

John R. (Gonynor Bros.), 79 Bemis, bds 211 do. 
Gooch John B., policeman, h 235 Rollstone 
Goodchild William H., yard conductor N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 

37 Lunenburg 
Goodell Harry W., emp F. & L. St. Ry., h 624 Water 
Goodhue Clarabelle Miss, teacher high school, rms 69 High 
Goodere Bros., (J. Frank and Walter E. Goodere) merchant tailors 
171 Main 

H. Edmund, fine tailoring (2) 229 Main, h 229 Rollstone 

J. Frank, (Goodere Bros.) 171 Main, h 22 Congress 

W r alter E., (Goodere Bros.) 171 Main, bds 22 Congress 
Goodfellow Arthur F., prop sawmill Mt. Elam rd cor Turnpike, h do. 



FITOHBURG [G] DIRECTORY. 127 

Goodfellow Aubrey Z., student, bds Mt. Elam rd 

Florence E. Miss, teacher, bds Turnpike c Rollstone rd 

James A., farmer, h Mt. Elam rd 

John E., farmer, h Rollstone id cor Turnpike 

Maud Miss, teacher, bds Mt. Elam rd 

Walter H., carpenter and sub letter carrier, bds Rollstone rd cor 
Turnpike 
Goodman Bertha A. Miss, clerk 162 Main, bds 2 Lunenburg 

Charles E., mental healer, h 2 Lunenburg 
Goodnow Arthur L., emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 7 Atlantic av 

Benjamin, fireman F. R. R., rms 52 Day 

GOODNOW LYMAN H., pres and gen mgr L. H. Goodnow 
Foundry Co. and (W. H. Blake Steam Pump Co.) Crocker, 
h 76 Summer [see page 438] 

GOODNOW L. H. FOUNDRY CO., iron foundry Crocker [see 
page 438] 
Goodrich Aurilla, widow Hiram A., h 155 Myrtle av 
Edwin A., brick mfr, h 99 Summer 
Erford R., h 11 Morris 

Fannie M., widow Herbert D., h 3 Harrison av 
Fred, emp Smith & Co.'s express, h 50 Snow 
George E., machinist P. M. Co., h 57 Winter 
George R., rem to Worcester 

GOODRICH H. A. & CO., (Henry A. Goodrich and W. L. 
Humes) clothiers 149 and 151 Main [see page 461] 

Henry A., (H. A. Goodrich & Co.) 149 and 151 Main, h 31 
Highland av 

Jesse M., clerk, h 155 Myrtle av 

Lydia, widow Charles A., h 35 Nutting 

Mabel F. Miss, clerk S. R.-M. Co., bds 3 Harrison av 

Martha Miss, h 77 Academy 

Street School, Goodrich street ext 
Goodridge Adelaide Miss, bds 106 Summer 

Alonzo P., farmer, h 106 Summer 

Eldora Miss, bds 106 Summer 

Harrison, farmer, h 55 Harrison av 

Jennie A. Miss, teacher, bds 106 Summer 
Goodspeed George H., turner emp M. Webber, h Richardson rd n 
Fisher rd 

G. H. Mrs., dressmaker, h Richardson rd n Fisher rd 

Naaman, h 70 Highland av 

William H., emp F. R. R., h 9 Forest 
Goodwin Joseph T., lumber surveyor F. R. R., h 171 Rollstone 

Kate, widow Charles, h 66 Goddard 

WiUiam C, clerk 170 Main, h (3) 78 Charles 

William H., supt public buildings 349 1-2 Main, h 64 Academy 
Goolkasian Mugardich, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 473 Main 
Gordon Arthur H. Rev., rem to Germany 



128 FITCHBUKG [G] DIRECTORY. 

Gordon Emily D. Miss, h 23 Pleasant 

John J., emp D. Monteith, h 22 Everett 

Josephine Miss, emp Grant Yarn Co., bds Woodland n Plymouth 

Louisa Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 43 Pratt 

Washington, carpenter, h 41 Nutting 

— see Gadien and Guertin 
Gorey Daniel J., brakeman F. R. R., h 62 Granite 

Edward H., emp F. R. R., h 1 Avon pi 

Mary, widow John, h 62 Granite 
Gorham Elsie M. Miss, clerk register deeds office, bds 48 Hartwell 

John A., foreman W. A. Garno, h 137 Lunenburg 

Mary I. Mrs., h 48 Hartwell 
Gorman Annie Mrs., h 407 Main 

Annie Miss, emp C. B. & Co., bds 102 Depot, W. F. 

Daniel, emp G. W. W\ P. Co., h 67 Smith 

Fred, hostler 1044 River, W. F.. rms do. 

Fred E., shoe dealer (25) 145 Main, h 90 Milk 

George H., emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 17 Morris 

Henry, teamster emp T. A. Monahan, h 563 Fairmount, W. F. 

Henry F., emp C. B. & Co., h 572 Westminster, W. F. 

James, watchman C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 57 Goodrich 

Mary, widow Michael, h 352 Princeton rd, W. F. 

Mary, widow William, h 9 Smith 

Michael J., emp H. T. Page, h 1 Fulton 

Patrick, h 84 Sanborn, W. F. 

Stephen, teamster C. A. Priest Lumber Co., rms 20 Academy 

Thomas C, teamster C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 51 Prichard 

W T illiam G., brakeman F. R. R., rms 14 North 
Gorrie Andrew, emp C. B. & Co., h 70 Wachusett, W. F. 
Goss B. J. Mrs, nurse inq 196 Main, bds 52 Arlington 
Gosselin Antoine, emp F. R. R. shop, h 62 Sheridan 

Blanche R. Miss, bookkeeper Whitney Coal Co., bds 5 Boutelle 

Emelia, widow Frank X., h 5 Boutelle 

Henry, emp 135 Lunenburg, h 13 East 

Joseph, emp F. W. Co., h 235 Water 

Louis A., blacksmith and carriage mfr 135 Lunenburg, bds 5 
Boutelle 

Victor, laborer, h 12 Portland 

Zephirine J. Miss, organist St. Joseph's church, bds 5 Boutelle 
Gotham Hattie L., widow Ulric L., rem to Gardner 
Goudreau Amos, emp F. W. Co., h 70 Sheridan 

Athanase, emp Beoli Co., bds 21 Allen 

Cyprien, stone mason, h 350 Lunenburg 

Ferdinand, bds 270 Water 

Fred, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 31 Albee 

John, carpenter, rms 14 Farwell pi 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 270 Water 

— see Gaudreau 






FITOHBURG [G] DIRECTORY. 129 

Gough Charles E., (Naramore, & Gough) 65 Charles, h 22 Linden 
Gould Emma Miss, emp Leominster, bds 22 Congress 

George A., baker emp 360 Main, rms 37 Prichard 

James J., emp Beoli Co., bds r 65 Mechanic 

Julia May Miss, stenographer F. S. E. Co., bds 130 Snow 

Malvina L., widow Henry, h 14 Lenox 

Michael, emp R. Wallace, h 69 Depot, W. F. 

Patrick P., meat market 1070 River, W. F., h Norwood, do. 

Robert D., treas Damon & Gould Co. 135 Main, res Whalom 

Thomas W., blacksmith 519 Main, h 7 Chestnut 
Goulding John C, emp Beoli Co., h 112 Sanborn, W. F. 

Michael, laborer, h 6b Eaton, W. F. 

Patrick, emp F. R. R., h 43 West 

William, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 43 West 
Gove Horace F., Merchants' Claim and Collecting Agency, and con- 
stable, 229 Main, h 24 Arlington 
Gow George W., conductor F. R. R., h 72 Pacific 
Gowen Fred A., engineer F. R. R., h 18 South 

George B., despatcher F. R. R., h 24 Congress 
Goyette Alfred, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 67 Fairmount 

Norbert, rem to St. Albans, Yt. 
Grad Oscar, emp J. B. Mfg. Co., rms 239 1-2 Main 
Grady Jeremiah, emp Union Coal Co., h 25 Willow 
Graffam HaH C, emp F. S. Lovell Machine Co., bds 34 Harrison av 
Graham Frank, rem to Canada 

James, emp ParkhiU Mfg. Co. (C), h 150 Kimball 
Gramburg John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 75 Marshall 
Gramo Fred, farmer, bds Richardson rd 

Joseph, farmer, h Richardson rd n Scott rd 
Granberg Ole, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms Nockege 
Grand Army Hall, 129 Main 
Granfield Michael, laborer, h 102 Canton 
Grant Elmer E., emp F. R. R., h 70 Oliver 

Fred, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), rms 491 Main 

George P. Jr., treas Grant Yarn Co., h 22 Prospect 

Harriet, widow John E., h 4 Congress pi 

James, emp C. B. & Co., h 715 Westminster, W. F. 

John, emp W. Union Telegraph Co., rms 491 Main 

Julia, widow Walter, h 38 Maple 

Lyman V., carpenter emp W. A. Garno, h 7 Redman 

Margaret Miss, emp C. B. & Co., h off 56 Wachnsett, W. F. 

Sophia Miss, nurse Burbank Hospital, bds do. 

Walter, emp Nockege Mill, bds 38 Maple 

William H.. plumber, bds 38 Maple 

GRANT YARN CO., mfrs cotton yarn, Cleghorn [see page 
432] 
Graton Edmond Rev., pastor Immaculate Conception French Catho- 
lic church, h 59 Walnut 



130 FITCHBURG [G] DIRECTORY. 

Gratton Ozias, emp F. W. Co., h 223 Water 

Vincent F., grocer 264 Water, h 241 do. 
Gravel Alphonse, baker emp 34 Clarendon, and confectionery 30 do., 
h 22 Daniels 

Edward, plasterer, h 85 Plymouth 

Georgina Miss, emp Grant Yarn Co., rms 491 Main 

John, emp Grant Yarn Co., h 86 Plymouth 
Graves Albert H., foreman blacksmith P. M. Co., bds 40 Charles 

Charles S., laborer, h 3 Payson , 

Edward M., bookkeeper J. Cushing & Co., rms 14 Waverly 

Erving F., conductor F. R. R., h 84 Congress 

Samuel L., lawyer (16) 229 Main, bds The Fitchburg 

William C, emp F. A. McCauliff, h 64 River 
Gray Charles, emp E. F. B. So Co., rms 407 Main 

Herbert C, emp F. S. E. Co., rms 24 Arlington 

James, emp C. B. & Co., h 470 Westminster, W. F. 

Thomas Mrs., bds Q6 Myrtle av 

William H., engineer Fitchburg Steel Ball Co., h r 38 East 
Graydon Alvah L., conductor F. R. R., bds 112 North 
Grayson Harry A., night clerk American House, h 165 Blossom 

Henry, emp S. Mfg. Co., h Wanoosnoc rd 
Greeley Ada L. Mrs., clerk 118 Main, bds 12 Pearl 
Green Alfred, laborer, h 223 West 

Andrew J., carriage maker and repairer 519 Main, h 5 Redman 

Charles H., stonecutter F. R. R., h 1 Falulah 

Cornelia Mrs., bds 23 North 

George N., h 25 Mack 

Harry, student, bds 22 Summer 

J. H. Mrs., bds 37 Cottage sq 

John C, agent New York & Boston Despatch Express Co. and 
Adams Express Co., Union depot, h 22 Summer 

Levi K., clerk 228 Main, rms 117 Snow 

Mary, widow Sidney, h 123 Blossom 

GREEN STREET PHARMACY, W. D. Johnson & Co. 
props, 78 Green [see page 457] < 

Greene Aaron F., collector F. Sentinel, rms 24 Day 

Charles IL, (Greene & Sheddon) 64 Circle, h 65 High 

Cora M. Miss, bds 65 High 

Frank P., motorman, h 87 Carey 

George M. Mrs., rms 39 Cottage sq 

George T., fireman F. & L. St. Ry., bds Water n town line 

GREENE HENRY G., druggist and deputy sheriff American 
House block, 122 Main, h 78 Day [see page 455] 
Ira C, collector Greene & Sheddon, h Qb High 
Levi K., clerk J. F. Jaseph, bds 117 Snow 
& Sheddon (C. H. Greene and E. P. Sheddon), ice dealers 
64 Circle 
Greenfield Levi B., machinist emp P. M. Co. h (4) 17 Blossom 






FITCHBURG [G] DIRECTORY. 131 

Greenman Walter F. Rev., pastor First Unitarian church, h 124 

Pleasant 
Greenough Moses, h 611 Main 

Moses, Jr., rem to Leominster 
Greenston Harris, rem to Germany 
Greenwood Abbie, widow Tyler, housekeeper 71 Snow 
Frederick, emp Star Worsted Co., h 57 West 
. Frederick A., clerk Litchfield <3e Stebbins, rms 93 Blossom 

GREENWOOD GEORGE T., dentist 294 Main, bds 72 Grove 
[see page 451] 
Henry Arthur, car inspector F. R. R., h 51 Laurel 

GREENWOOD MARY A., widow Mark T., furrier 72 Grove, 
h do. [see page 459] 

— see Boisvert 
Grenier Charles, carpenter, h 22 Daniels 

Hormisdas, laborer, h off 79 Daniels 
Gressenich Alois A., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 18 Lincoln 

Johanna, widow Alois, h 18 Lincoln 

Sophia A. Miss, emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 18 Lincoln 
Grey — see Gray 
Greyson — see Grayson 

Grieumard George A., physician 451 Main, rms do. 
Grieve Robert A., machinist F. S. E. Co., h rear 37 Grove 

Thomas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 359 Fairmount 
Griffin Ann, widow Michael, h 27 Baker 

Anthony, emp city, h 24 First 

Catherine Miss, emp Beoli Co., bds 22 Vernon ct., W. F. 

Charles E., emp C. B. & Co., h off 56 Wachusett, W. F. 

Charles W., emp C. B. & Co., h Turnpike n Princeton rd, W. F. 

Ellen Miss, emp 11 Blossom, rms 133 1-2 do. 

James E., emp Beoli Co., bds 129 Sanborn, W. F. 

John J., emp F. W. Co., h 42 Garnet 

Joseph E., rem to England 

Margaret Miss, h 22 Vernon ct, W. F. 

Martin, emp C. B. & Co., h 86 Phillips, W. F. 

Mary A. Miss, emp 213 Main, rms 209 1-2 do. 

Michael, rem to Boston 

Patrick, laborer, bds 7 Canton 

Patrick, emp Beoli Co., bds 22 Vernon ct, W. F. 

Timothy, rem to Boston 
Grignon Adelard, emp F. W. Co., h Q5 Albee 

Barthelme, emp F. W. Co., h 307 Water 
Grinnell Charles W., emp Kimball Electric Co., h 59 Prichard 

Harriet N., widow William W., bds 14 Charles 
GrisWold Albert, machinist emp P. M. Co., h 94 Snow 

Thomas E., sausage mfr 12 Park, h do. 
Groat John H. Mrs., h 12 Winthrop 
Groeppner August, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 9 Pratt 



132 FITCHBURG [G] DIRECTORY. 

Groeppner Robert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 14 Frankfort 

Groleau Edmund, carpenter, bds 56 Daniels 

Groramon Bissell C, manager P. E. Abbott & Co. 216 Main, bds 

37 Hartwell 
Grondin Delina, widow Peter, h 67 Summit 

George, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 76 Sheridan 

Josephine, widow Peter, h 27 First 

Peter, Jr., emp r 5 Main, h 25 Townsend 
Groop Andrew Rev., pastor Finn Evan. Cong. Church, h 8 1-2 
Leighton 

Herman, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 8 1-2 Leighton 
Gros Peter, rem to Leominster 
Groselle — see Desgrosseilliers 

Grout W. Henry, janitor high school, h 38 Mt. Globe 
Grover Etta E. Miss, nurse, bds 408 Main 

— see Desmarais 
Grubb John G., farmer, h Ashby west rd cor Scott rd 

William, emp J. E. Putnam, bds Pearl Hill rd 
Grunstrom Carl J., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h Nockege 
Guay Peter, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 580 Water 
Guenette Adelard, carpenter, bds 45 Daniels 

Alexander, carpenter, h 192 Fairmount 

Alphonse, carpenter, bds 206 Fairmount 

Denis, pool room 181 Fairmount, h do. 

Denis, clerk 181 Fairmount, bds do. 

Emil, carpenter, h 52 Plymouth 

Joseph, carpenter, h 188 Fairmount 

Leoda, carpenter, bds 181 Fairmount 

Peter, carpenter, h 45 Daniels 

Philbert, joiner, bds 206 Fairmount 

Wenzeslas, carpenter, h 83 Cleghorn 
Guenther Emil, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 48 Leighton 

Frederick C, overseer carding dept Beoli Co., h 23 Temple, 
W. F. 

Paul, emp Beoli Co., h Fairview n Tremont, W. F. 
Guertin Flavien, carpenter, bds 43 Falulah 

Frank, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 54 Daniels 

Hormisdas, h 20 Blais ct 

Napoleon, rem to Gardner 

Robert, emp J. B. Mfg. Co., h 305 Water 
Guevin David, laborer, h 44 Plymouth 

Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg Co. (C), h off 73 Daniels 

Louis, bds off 73 Daniels 
Guilbault John, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 24 Milk 
Guild Nancy M., widow William, rem to New York state 
Guilford Joseph E., emp P. M. Co., bds 67 1-2 Milk 
Guilmette Joseph, laborer, h r 37 Daniels 
Gulkasian Minus, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 80 Circle 



FITCHBURG [H] DIRECTORY. 133 

Gulowsen Gulow A., draughtsman S. R.-M. Co., h 439 North 
Gunn Arthur E., emp J. B. Mfg. Co., mis 48 Hartwell 

Charles W., emp P. M. Co.. rms Summer street fire station 
Gustafson Alfred, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 400 Main 

Axel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 26 Marshall 

Emil, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 37 West 

Godfrey, rem to Gardner 

Ingsborg Mrs., bds 10 Highland ct 

Nils, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 10 Highland ct 

Oscar, baker emp 306 Main, bds 126 High 

Otto, laborer, h 34 Marshall 

GUTEZEIT MARKET, M. W. Commons manager, meat mar- 
ket 44 Main [see page 481] 
Guthrie James F., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 44 Kimball 
John, rem to Ireland 
John, h 44 Kimball 

John Jr., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 44 Kimball 
Thomas, emp Beoli Co., bds 100 High 
Guyott Edward, blacksmith, h 164 Water 

Haake William, h 424 Turnpike, W. F. 

Hache John, emp Terrell & French, h 24 Rockland 

Hackett Ann, widow James, h 123 Albee 

Dearborn, emp G. E. Waite & Co., h 26 Cascade, W. F. 

Elizabeth G. Miss, clerk 97 Main, bds 123 Albee 

Frank, barber emp 195 1-2 Main, bds 59 Marshall 

Frank, emp A. E. Pepin, bds 36 Lincoln 

James, laborer, h 34 East 

James T., laborer, bds 34 East 

James H., laborer, bds 123 Albee 

Jennie F. Miss, stenographer 350 Main, bds 88 High 

John, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 2 Clinton 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 59 Marshall 

Patrick, engineer I. J. A. & C. Works, h 88 High 

Peter., h 59 Marshall 

Thomas, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 84 Columbus 

William E., policeman, bds 123 Albee 

William H., bds 2 Clinton 
Hadd Ernest G., emp G. Hadd, bds 513 Main 

Godfrey, blacksmith 513 Main cor River, h do. 
Haddock William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 159 Fairmount 
Hadley Anna C. Mrs., housekeeper 11 Oak 

Dana, janitor Whitney opera house, h 88 Clinton 

Dana G., rem to Nashua, N. H. 

Jane F. Mrs., bds 290 Ashburnham, W. F. 

M. Eliza Miss, bds 43 Pleasant 

Mary A. Mrs., rem to Leominster 

William H., painter emp G. Buckley, h 31 Harrison av 



134 FITCHBURG [H] DIRECTORY. 

Hadlock Dana A., rem to Boston 

John B., rem to Leominster 
Hagar Samuel E., clerk C. A. Cross & Co., rms 48 Day 

Waldo W., rem to Worcester 
Hagerty Delia Miss, emp 42 Day, rms 51 Snow 

Jeremiah, laborer, bds 90 Forest 

Michael, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 51 Snow 

Michael F., h 9 Doane 
Hahn Henry, wood dealer Middle cor Third, h 12 Third 

Henry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 39 Pratt 

— see Hoehn 
Haire William J., carpenter, h 86 1-2 Lawrence 
Hakenson Carl J., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 26 Kimball pi 

Samuel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 12 Park 
Hale Abner B., bds 34 Lunenburg 

Amos, h 81 Myrtle av 

Burtin C, clerk 88 Green, bds 81 Myrtle av 

Frederick A., h 7 Park 

Henry A., h 100 South 

John, coachman George R. Wallace, h 22 School 
Haley George, rem to Worcester 

Jane, widow James, bds 43 East 

Thomas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 2 Barton 

— see Healey 
Halford Winfred H., baker 16 Elm, h 25 Fox 
Hall Adeline Miss, h 79 Mechanic 

Alfred Roy, rem to Holland, Vt. 

Archibald, overseer Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 66 Leighton 

Archibald Jr., engineer Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 136 Kimball 

Arthur H., teamster emp 222 Main, h 138 Myrtle av 

Daniel, rem to Holland, Vt. 

Edward E., carpenter emp D. W. Saunders, h 55 Snow 

Eleanor A. Miss, rms 52 Grove 

Emelie B. Miss, clerk supt schools (6 and 7) 229 Main, bds 114 
Green 

Ernest, milk dealer, h Ashburnham n Stickney rd, W. F. 

Eugene, rem to Worcester 

Frank O., rem to Charlestown 

Franklin S., jeweler 194 Main, rms 427 do. 

Fred IX, paper hanger, h 34 Harrison av 

Fred L., (Winslow & Hall), 25 Prichard, h 405 Summer 

George, h 26 Orange 

Harry, rem to Turner's Falls 

Ira V., machinist P. M. Co., h 138 Milk 

James A., foreman car inspector N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 112 
Highland av 

John H., emp Orswell Mills, h 110 Kimball 

Lee C, fireman F. R. R., h 40 Myrtle av 



FITCHBUEG [H] DIRECTORY. 135 

Hall Martin S., probation officer, office police building Elm, h 114 

Green 
Nellie Miss, emp 9 Blossom, rms 52 1-2 Day 
Thomas, emp Orswell Mills, bds 110 Kimball 
Thomas H., emp Armour & Co., rms (5) 17 Blossom 
William, emp Orswell Mills, bds 110 Kimball 
Walter Perley, attorney-at-law (Hall & Freeman), (27), 145 

Main, h Beacon cor Lawrence 
William D., machinist F. S. E. Co., rms 254 Main 
William H., painter, h 54 Clinton 

William H., fireman Summer street station 11 Summer, rms do. 
William H., rem to Williamstown 
William P., emp F. R. R. shop, h 108 Myrtle av 

HALL & FREEMAN, (Walter Perley Hall and Franklin Free- 
man) attorn eys-at-law (27) 145 Main [see page 446] 
Halle Jule Joseph, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 91 Falulah 
Hallisey Maggie Miss, h 2 Barton 
Halliwell — see Helliwell 

Halloran Michael, emp U. M. Co., h 132 Rollstone 
Halpin John, laborer, bds 18 Wachusett, W. F. 

Peter C, engineer C. B. & Co., h 470 Westminster, W. F. 
Hamblett Lester H., painter emp W. M. Demmon, h 54 Grove 
Hamel Hugh, fireman F. R. R., rms 18 Day 

Sadie, widow Charles, h 150 Fairmount 
Hamill Hugh, emp Met. Life Ins. Co., rms 18 Day 
Hamilton Augustin D. Mrs., bds 62 Charles 

HAMILTON CHARLES 0., agt Nat. Life Ins. Co. of Ver- 
mont 234 Main, h 10 Wood [see page 450] 

Fred H., stonecutter emp 10 Hazel, bds 13 do. 

George, granite worker 10 Hazel, h 13 do. 

George V., stonecutter, h 58 Pine 

John, conductor F. R. R., rms 102 Blossom 

Matthew G., emp F. R. R., rms 58 Day 

Robert, emp F. R. R. round house, bds 24 Snow 

Robert B., master mechanic F. Mfg. Co., h 183 Ashburnham, 
W. F. 

Samuel W., printer emp 360 Main, h 349 1-2 do. 

Siddella G. Mrs., rem to Boston 

William H., clerk S. Mfg. Co., h 62 Charles 
Hamlet Albert T., mason S. S. and H. N. Lawrence, h 57 Cedar 
Hamlin Henry A., carpenter, h 190 1-2 Main 
Hammond Byron J., clerk 158 Main, h 2 Payson ct 

John, fireman Star Worsted Co., h 24 River 

Martha, widow Zephaniah W., bds 18 Myrtle av 

Richard, emp F. Mfg. Co., h r 31 Mechanic 
Hanchett Ivan D., clerk 177 Main, h 16 Payson 

Willis G., emp John Harrer, h 18 Day 
Hancock Daniel W. Mrs., h 159 Myrtle av 



136 FITCHBURG [H] 



DIRECTORY. 



Hancock James, emp 99 Summer, h r 101 do. 

John, Mutual Life Insurance Co., Robert A. Beatty supt, 
(7 and 8) 352 Main 

John M., carpenter and builder 35 East, h do. 

Louise M. Miss, asst bookkeeper 453 Main, bds 35 East 

— see Cocks 
Handel Richard, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 48 Leighton 
Handlin James H., emp F. R. R., h 50 Clinton 

Matthew, emp F. R. R., h 295 Water 
Hanelt Max C, emp F. W. Co., h Canton ext 
Hanigan David, painter, rms 395 Blossom 

Isabella Mrs., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 75 Cleghorn 

Mary E. Miss, h 395 Blossom 

Maurice A., (M. A. Hanigan & Co.) 23 Morris, h 395 Blossom 

Maurice A. & Co., (M. A. Hanigan and J. H. Keefe) bottlers 
23 Morris 

— see Hannigan 
Hanisch Paul, carpenter, h 110 High 
Hanke August, laborer, bds Scott rd 

Caroline, widow August, h Scott rd 
Hanks Nelson, mason, h 379 Pratt rd 
Hanlon James T., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 17 Daniels 

William, engineer F. R. R., rms (4) 10 Day 
Hanna Albert, bds 92 Depot, W. F. 

HANNA JAMES, coal and wood dealer, office 9 Rollstone, yard 
Barton n railroad, h 59 Arlington [see page 468] ' 

John T., emp F. W. Co., h 31 Worcester 

Julia, widow William, h 92 Depot, W. F. 

Robert, emp James Hanna, bds 10 Kimball 

Susan Miss, bds 16 Temple, W. F. 

Thomas, rem to New York 
Hannah George K., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 251 Fairmount 
Hannigan James, farmer, h Franklin rd n Depot, W. F. 

Richard, farmer, bds Franklin rd n Depot, VV. F. 

Timothy J., weaver Beoli Co., h 171 Depot, W. F. 

— see Hanigan 
Hannington Daniel G., paper hanger, h 48 Goddard 
Hanno James C, h 114 Snow 
Hannon John, coachman Mrs. Iver Johnson, h 89 High 

Thomas A., sewing machine agent The Household 19 Boutelle, 
hdo. 
Hanrahan Ellen, widow Michael, bds 70 Canton 

Mary E. Miss, housekeeper 22 Cottage, W. F. 

Thomas S. Rev., pastor Church of the Sacred Heart, h 22 Cot- 
tage, W. F. 

William, jobber, h 121 Summit 
Hansen Carl, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 10 Leighton 

Magnus, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 50 River 



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FITCHBURG [H] DIRECTORY. 137 

Hanson Abraham, carpenter, h'147 Mechanic 

August E., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 20 Goddard 
Oloff, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 60 Arlington 
Walter L., machinist S. Mfg. Co., h 67 1-2 Milk 

Hapchaian Miciak, laborer, bds 400 Main 

Harden Harriet M. Mrs., bds 62 Laurel 

TJARDING CHARLES T., grocer 2 Main, h 17 Highland av 

XI [see page 476] 

TJARDING WILLIAM F., coal and wood dealer 32 Willow, h 

JLl 32 Beacon [see page 467] 

Hardman Henry, emp F. W. Co., h 31 Fulton 
John, emp G. W. W. P. Co., bds 15 Hale 

Hardy A. Henry, pattern maker S. R.-M. Co., h 18 Mechanic 
Floyd H., rem to California 
Frank O., clerk W. A. Hardy, h 54 South 

HARDY JOHN, scrap iron, metals, etc., warehouses and office 
105 Water, and treas Union Pork Co., h 48 Boutelle [see 
page 434] 
Joseph R., bookkeeper John Hardy, bds 48 Boutelle 
Maria J., widow John I. B. F., bds 251 Blossom 
Walter A., foreman W. A. Hardy, h 16 Allston pi 
William A., brass founder and mfr patent car axle boxes, bab- 
bitt and lining metals 113 Water, h 10 Charles 
& Pinder (W. A. Hardy), mfrs patent cast metal screen plates 
113 Water 
Harkonen Andro, laborer, bds 4 Hazel 
Harley Bruce, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 42 W T est 

HARLEY DANIEL, dry and fancy goods 210 and 212 Main, h 
20 Hartwell [see page 459] 

Joseph P., emp Jennison Plumbing Co., rms r 409 Main 

Robert, overseer spinning dept Orswell Mills, h 42 West 

Robert Jr., emp Orswell Mills, bds 42 West 
Harlow Alphonso, rem to East Deerfield 
Harmala John, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 144 Charles 
Harmonie Hall, 92 Leighton 
Harnden Charles E., emp Grant Yarn Co., h 79 Kimball 

Frank H., yardmaster F. R. R., h 42 Boutelle 

Jabez J., farmer, h 502 Main 
Harnois Napoleon, rem to Canada 

Virginie Miss, rem to Lowell 
Harper Carrie J., widow Louis, h 384 Main 

George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 40 Kimball 
Harraghy Mary, widow Michael, h 36 Middle street lane 

Patrick, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., h r 293 Water 
Harrer Catherine, widow John, bds (3) 17 Blossom 

HARRER JOHN H., lunch wagon Depot sq and Main n upper 
common, h (3) 17 Blossom [see page 499] 
Harrigan Mary, widow Owen, h 21 7 Water 



138 FITCHBUEG [H] DIRECTORY. 

Harrigan Michael, h 215 Water 

Michael F., clerk 219 Water, bds 217 do. 

Owen E., meat market 219 Water, h 217 do. 

Thomas E., clerk, bds 217 Water 
Harrington Benjamin, bds Oak Hill rd 

Benjamin, farmer, bds Sheldon rd, W. F. 

Cora B. Miss, bookkeeper 147 Main, bds 94 Snow 

Elmer M., freight clerk N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R.. bds 28 Forest 

Frederick C, rem to Rockland 

Frederick E.,. emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 62 Granite 

George H., farmer, bds Oak Hill rd 

Henry C, emp E. S. Burnap, bds Williams rd 

Henry J., shipping clerk P. M. Co., bds Hotel Westmoreland 

Herbert G., farmer and milk dealer, h Sheldon rd, W. F. 

James, farmer, h Oak Hill id 

James, rem to Everett 

John F., brakeman F. R. R., h 49 Soruce 

John N., h 103 Cedar 

Marietta M., widow Duane C, h 14 Cherry 

Mark, emp F. R. R., h 225 Heywood 

Mason A., h 35 Arlington 

Thomas E., rem to Everett 

Timothy J., engineer F. R. R., bds 225 Heywood 

Timothy J., stationary engineer F. R. R., h 3 Lawrence 
Harris Albert C, emp city, h 68 Snow 

Albert H., clerk post-office, bds 64 High 

Alice S., widow William H., h 74^ Highland av 

Bertha E. Miss, rem to Worcester 

Betsey M., widow John Milton, h 56 Lincoln 

Caroline M., widow Warren S., bds 48 Mt. Vernon 

Charles C, reporter Sentinel, h 56 Lincoln 

Dora F. Miss, teacher, bds 64 High 

Eben, h 28 Forest 

Edmund S., machinist emp G. W. Weymouth, h 52 Pine 

Edward, painter, h 15 Morris 

Edward A., foreman sole leather dept E. M. Dickinson & Co., 
h 35 Winter 

Emmaetta M., widow Edwin A., h 56 Lincoln 

Emmie B. Miss, teacher, bds 110 Snow 

Eva Miss, h 9 Lincoln 

Frank A., foreman foundry P. M. Co., h 30 Pleasant 

Fred R., emp almshouse, bds do. 

Frederick W., bds 56 Lincoln 

George S., emp P. M. Co., bds 30 Pleasant 

Isabelle A., widow Emerson W., h 64 High 

John M., emp F. R. R. freight depot, bds 56 Lincoln 

John Mason, farmer, house Turnpike, W. F. 

Jonas, painter 1 Circle, rms 25 Goddard 



FITCHBUEG [H] DIRECTORY. 139 

Harris Mary Miss, bds 391 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Mattie C, clerk office of Register of Deeds, bds 64 High 

McKendree, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 35 Hawes 

Prudentia, widow Onias, h 23 East 

Samuel W., sealer weights and measures, h 110 Snow 

William, emp C. B. & Co., bds 719 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Harrison Henry A., emp F. W. Co., h 21 Berry 
Harrocks Sidney, cigar maker emp 126 Main, h 13 Pacific 
Harrold Charles A., emp freight depot N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 

330 Lunenburg 
Hart Catherine Miss, bookkeeper 353 Main, bds 574 do. 

Edmund G., emp Falulah Paper Co., h Fisher rd 

Ellen, widow John A., h Old Saw Mill rd,W. F. 

HART ELMER E., top rolls and belting r 1 Main, h 24 Town- 
send [see page 436] 
George A., hostler, rms 50 Oliver 
George E., barber 145 Lunenburg, bds 5 Boutelle 
John F., machinist U. M. Co., h 15 Nashua 
John W., h 89 High 

L. A. Mrs., dressmaker 12 Lunenburg, h do. 
Mary, widow Owen, h 15 Eaton, W. F. 
Mary, widow Patrick, h 11 Birch 
Michael, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 9 Academy 
Norman W., manager 137 Lunenburg, h 12 do. 
Patrick J., (Hart & Shea), 353 Main, bds 574 do. 
Thomas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 574 Main 
Thomas, emp F. P. Co. No. 1, h Grand cor Geneva, W. F. 
Thomas H., plumber, bds 574 Main 
William F., cigar store 8 Putnam, h 131 Green 

HART & SHEA (Patrick J. Hart and Daniel E. Shea), plumb- 
ers, steam and gas fitters, hot water heating 353 Main [see 
page 465] 
Hartel — see Hertel 
Hartley Charles H., emp F. W. Co., h r 222 Plymouth 

George E., flagman N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h off 36 Bemis 
Jennie Mrs., bds 12 Grove 

Samuel, emp freight office N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 326 Lu- 
nenburg 
Hartnett Daniel P., bds 20 Harvard 

Margaret, widow Daniel, h 20 Harvard 

Mary A. Miss, telegraph operator 128 Main, bds 20 Harvard 

Thomas P. J., emp F. R. R. car shops, bds 20 Harvard 

Timothy, bds 20 Harvard 

Timothy F., undertaker, picture frames, etc. 155 Westminster, 

W. F., h 38 Charles 
William E., rem to Cambridge 
Hartwell Bertillo L., foreman F. Shirt Co., h (7) 411 Main 
Charles H., farmer, bds Mt. Elam rd 



140 FITCHBURG [H] DIRECTORY. 

Hartwell David A., city engineer city hall, h 24 Allston pi 
Edwin E., foreman dept 12 P. M. Co., h 500 Blossom 
Effie M., widow Harris C, h 156 Blossom 
Emory A., teacher high school, bds 36 Chestnut 
Fred L., farmer, bds Mt. Elam rd 

Herbert W., painter, h 668 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
James A., farmer, h Mt. Elam rd 
Julius R., supt T. & F. Div. F. R. R., office at Union depot, h 

61 Pleasant 
Lydia J., widow Benjamin, h 391 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Martha S., widow Leonard, h 524 Ashburnham. W. F. 
Mary E. Miss, bds 22 Mt. Vernon 
Mary I. Miss, bds 28 Lawrence 
Walter A., carpenter, h 54 Fairview, W. F. 

HARTWELL & REED (George and E. H, Reed), marble and 
granite workers 279 Main [see page 483] 
Harty William H. P., emp E. M. D. & Co., h 19 Portland 
Harvey Arthur S., driver emp 331 Main, bds 59 Prichard 

Charles H., carpenter, h 324 Lunenburg 

Frank, emp 50 Day, bds 59 Prichard 1 

Lexina, widow Gardner, h 59 Prichard 
Haskell Albert B., clerk C. T. Crocker 117 Main, h 26 School 

E. B., rem to New York city 

Jonathan R., bds 61 Pay son 
Haskins Sarah Mrs., h Thurston rd 
Hassell Agnes H., widow William E., bds 100 Milk 
Hassett Daniel J., emp C. B. & Co., h 22 Vernon, W. F. 

Ella J. Miss, stenographer emp 157 Main, bds 52 Albee 

Frank, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., bds 52 Albee 

Henry, helper M. J. Perault, bds 17 Boylston 

John, fireman G. W. W. Paper Co., h 52 Albee 

John F., bds 17 Boylston 

John J., emp C. B. & Co., bds Turnpike, W. F. 

Michael, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. depot, h 345 W r ater 

Michael J., clerk 152 Main, rms B^> Mt. Vernon 

Patrick, bds 52 Albee 

Patrick, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., h 17 Boylston 

Patrick J., emp G. W. W. Paper Co., h 5 Fifth 

Thomas Mrs., h 69 Payson 
Hassinen Moses, rem to Montana 
Hastings Frank W., clerk 118 Main, bds 158 Myrtle av 

George H., principal High street grammar school, rms 39 Mt. 
Vernon 

John E., emp W. opera house, h 215 River 

Nancy B., widow John M., h 215 River 
Hasty Fred L., engineer F. R. R., h 42 North " 

G. Watson, emp Terrell & French, h Charles st ext 

Robert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 159 Fairmount 



FITCHBURG [H] DIRECTORY. 141 

Hatch Frank E., clerk 204 Main, bds 47 Day 

HATCH HENRY A., grocer and insurance agent 204 Main, 
h 47 Day [see page 450] 
Hathorn Edgar T., fireman F. R. R., h 132 Myrtle av 
Hathorne Willard S., carpenter, h 64 Fairview, W. F. 
Hauler Michael, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 65 Walton 
Hauser Henry, foreman Works & Briggs, h 65 Milk 
Hauver Alfred N., steamfitter Jennison Plumbing Co., bds 98 High- 
land av 

Elizabeth W., widow Levi, h 98 Highland av 
Haven George E., emp M. Webber, bds 22 Davis 

Mary E., widow Charles A., h 22 Davis 

— see Paradise 
Haverty Dennis, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 54 Granite 
Havukainen Mikko Rev., pastor Finn. Evan. Luth. Church, h 97 

Mechanic 
Hawkins Eben S., rem to Sunapee Harbor, N. H. 

Lizzie H., widow Gardner P., h 25 Highland av 

Rufus C, engineer F. R. R., h 85 Cedar 
Hawley Henry A., (Adjustable Saw Table Co.) r 5 Main, bds Amer- 
ican House 

Herbert C, general manager J. Cushing & Co. 23 Laurel, h 21 
Winter 

Will S., rem to Ayer Junction 
Haworth Frank B., baker emp 60 Green, bds 58 do. 

George H., driver emp 60 Green, bds 58 do. 

John, baker and confectioner 60 Green, h 58 do. 
Hawthorne David, clerk 210 Main, bds 61 Boutelle 

David, clerk 214 Main, h 61 Boutelle 
Hay John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 18 Leighton 

John D., grocer and meat market 172 Fairmount, bds 18 Leigh- 
ton 

Robert, emp William Curran, Townsend rd, bds do. 

William B., emp P. M. Co., bds 18 Leighton 
Hayden Charles S., lawyer Wachusett Bank block (rooms 5 and 6), 
h 28 Holt 

Clarence N., teamster W. E. Clapp, h 21 Vine 

Josiah L., fireman F. R. R., h 89 Highland av 

Ralph A., clerk 102 Green, bds 106 Snow 

Sarah A., widow Newton, bds 29 Garnet 

William P., grocer 102 and 112 Green, h 105 Snow 
Hayes Albert E., student, bds 88 Prichard 

Annie E. Miss, emp Leominster, bds 21 Hale 

Catherine E. Miss, clerk 21 Westminster, W. F., bds 28 San- 
born, do. 

Charles G., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 28 Crescent 

Charles W., manager 21 Westminster, W. F.,bds 28 Sanborn, do. 



142 FITCHBUEG [H] DIRECTOEY. 

Hayes Charles W., bds 28 Crescent 

Daniel, groceries, fruits and gents' furnishings 21 Westminster, 

W. F., h 28 Sanborn, do. 
Daniel Jr., clerk Beoli Co., bds 28 Sanborn, W. F. 
Edward, emp W. A. Garno, bds 7 Townsend 
Harry W., asst. engineer F. R. R., h 25 Prospect 
Jeremiah, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., bds 21 Hale 
John F., clerk 25 Westminster, bds 28 Sanborn, W. F. 
John F., bds 417 Main 
Mary A. Miss, bds 28 Sanborn, W. F. 
Michael J., emp F. R. R. yard, h 27 Spruce 
Rhoda, widow Gilbert, bds 1 Mechanic 
Timothy, stone mason, h 21 Hale 
Walter T., clerk 21 Westminster, W. F., bds 28 Sanborn, do. 

HAYES WYLON G., clerk police court, sec and treas Fidelity 
Co-operative Bank, h 88 Prichard 
Haynes F. W. & Co., (Franklin W. Haynes and Silas W. Plimp- 
ton) bakers and cracker manufacturers, 7 and 9 Circle 
Franklin W., (F. W. Haynes & Co.) 7 and 9 Circle, h 29 Charles 
Harry, emp C. B. & Co., h 18 Waehusett, W. F. 
John, teacher, bds 59 Highland av 
Luther F., engineer r 5 Main, h 47 Myrtle av 
Stillman, attorney and counsellor at law (Haynes & Levy), (7) 
Rollstone Bank block 129 Main, h 59 Highland av 

HAYNES & LEVY, (Stillman Haynes, Alvah M. Levy), attor- 
neys and counsellors at law (7) Rollstone Bank block 129 
Main [see page 445] 
Hayward Aaron, bds 337 Main 

Charles E. F., turnkey at jail, h 428 Water 

Charles H., carpenter, h 42 Arlington 

George B., machinist F. M. Works, h 43 Pacific 

George E., bds 339 Main 

Helen A. Miss, bds 37 Hartwell 

James P., rem to Texas 

John P., (Webber & Hayward) 335 Main, rms 57 Prichard 

Lucy A. Miss, copyist city clerk's office, bds 37 Hartwell 

Maud M. Miss, rms 4 Pleasant 

Minnie Miss, rem to Texas - 

Nancy M., widow Moses, prop Hayward's Temperance Hotel, 

337 and 339 Main, h do. 
Theron, rem to California 
William B., farmer Dr. Fisher, h Fisher rd 
Hayward's Temperance Hotel, Mrs. N. M. Hayward prop, 337 and 

339 Main 
Hazen Herbert L., clerk 364 Main, bds 12 1-2 Cherry 
Hazlehurst Sarah, widow William, bds 24 Mt. Vernon 
Hazzard Charles, teamster Whitney Coal Co., h 62 Barton 
Cornelia Mrs., rms 50 Arlington 



FITOHBURG [H] DIRECTORY. 143 

Heagney John, grocer 143 Water, li 145 do. 

Heald Jesse S., emp Austin Furniture Co., h 211 Rollstone 

Healey Bridget, widow Patrick, bds r 8 Salem 

Daniel F., emp F. Worsted Co., h 26 Hale 

Edward, clerk, bds 6 Middle 

Edward C„ emp G. W. W. P. Co., h 90 Albee 

Hannah, widow James, h 110 High 

James, bds 110 High 

John H., mason, h 41 Middle 

Margaret, widow John, bds 46 Central 

Mary, widow James, h 6 Middle 

Mary, widow Patrick, h Munroe cor Birch 

Michael, emp Union Coal Co., h 32 Granite 

Michael, canvasser emp 50 Day, h Pine street lane 

Patrick, emp F. R. R., h 36 Granite 

Patrick, emp H. B. Adams, bds Munroe cor Birch 

Thomas, barber emp 198 Water, h 26 Hale 
Heap George H., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 187 Fairmount 

William, policeman, h 6 Hardy 
Hearn — see Ahern and O'Hearn 
Heath Charles B., bds Bay State House 

G. E. Mrs., emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 70 North 

George E., messenger National Express Co., h 16 School 

Manson, emp G. E. Waite & Co., bds 26 Cascade, W. F. 
Hebert Adolph J., car inspector F. R. R., h 25 Beech 

Alphonse L., carpenter, h 4 Clinton 

Edward, emp C. H. Brown & Co., h 51 Granite 

Euphemie, widow Joseph, bds 51 Granite 

Hilaire, optician, h 51 Granite 

Joseph, emp F. W. Co., bds off Water n do. 

Peter, shoemaker 1064 River, W. F., h 60 Clarendon 

Philip, emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 616 River 

Wilby G., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 36 Clinton 
Hedblom Gustaf, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 47 West 
Hedenburg Frederick, mason emp S. S. & H. N. Lawrence, h 35 

Sanborn, W. F. 
Hedengren Adolph, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 71 Arlington 
Hedenstad Ludwig, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 75 Kimball 
Hedstrom Ida, widow Erick J., h 39 West 
Heeger Max L., foreman F. R. R. shop, res Lunenburg 
Heffernan Annie, widow Robert, boarding house 9 Snow 

Dennis, rem Ireland 

George, clerk 11 Day, bds 189 Water 

James, emp Beoli Co., bds 32 Institute, W. F. 

John J., clerk 137 Lunenburg, h 14 Worcester 

Lizzie Miss, emp 42 Day, rms 51 Snow 

Patrick J., emp H. W. '& Co., h Matthew 

Terrence, laborer, h 189 Water 



144 FITCHBURG [H] DIRECTORY. 

Hegg John August, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 47 West 
Heighway Sarah, widow John G., bds 64 Academy 
Hein William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 92 Leighton 
Heinig Hermann, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 90 Kimball 

Max, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 14 Frankfort 

William, bookkeeper 373 Water, bds 90 Kimball 
Heinonen Nestor, laborer, h 183 Rollstone 
Heinritz John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 120 Kimball 

John Jr., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 16 Beech 
Heinz William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 122 Kimball 
Heiska Herman Mrs., h 130 High 
Heispahha Alex, rem to Nevada 

Heisson Alex, grocer and steamship ticket agent 97 Mechanic, h do. 
Helenius August, laborer, bds 99 Mechanic 

Otto, laborer, bds 150 Charles 
Helie Alcid, rem to Lunenburg 
Helliker Theodore B., emp Beoli Co., h 719 Westminster Hill rd, 

W. F. 
Helliwell Mary, widow John, bds 28 Vernon ct, W. F. 

William, emp Beoli Co., h 28 Vernon ct, W. F. 
Hellrich Christopher, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 135 Leighton 
Helman John, h 85 Mechanic 
Helm rich August, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 86 Leighton 

Reinhold, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 86 Leighton 
Hemenway Dana D., clerk 147 Main, h 43 Highland av 

Lucy A., widow Joseph J., h 196 Rollstone 
Hemilly Norman, emp S. R.-M. Co., rms 48 Day 
Hemmings James, rem to New Bedford 
Hemphill Julien, rem to Acworth, N. H. 
Henaire — see Ainaire 
Henault Alfred, rem to Worcester 

Alphonsie Miss, clerk 147 Main, bds 13 Fulton 

David P., rem to Canada 

Edmund, (Henault & Rufiange) 144 Fairmount, h 13 Fulton 

& Rufiange, (Edmund Henault and Alexander Rufiange) paint- 
ers 144 Fairmount 
Hendricksen Andrew, carpenter, bds 17 Grove 

John, laborer, h 99 Mechanic 

Simon, laborer, bds 119 High 

William, bds 712 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Hendrickson Charles, machinist, bds Ashburnham Hill rd n West 

Jacob, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 27 Bond 
Ilendrzak Daniel, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 1 Middle street lane 
Heniluani John, laborer, h M£ Mechanic / g <£"" 
Henlin P., tailor emp L. Fuller, bds 337 Main 
Hennessey Bernard, emp F. R. R. shop, h 333 Summer 

Edward, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 5 Railroad 

Ellen, widow Joseph, h 224 W r ater 



FITCHBURG [H] DIRECTORY. 145 

Hennessey James, emp F. S. E. Co., h 15 Rollstone 

James W., emp F. R. R. shop, h 329 Summer 

John, engineer P. M. Co., h 8 Hale 

John, emp F. S. E. Co., h 141 Fairmount 

John F., clerk 147 Main, h 41 Forest 

Mary, widow Nicholas R., h 267 Bemis 

Richard, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), rms 15 Rollstone 

Richard, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 267 Bemis 

Timothy D., emp Beoli Co., h 578 Westminster Hill rd, W\ F. 
Henrie Joseph, blacksmith emp F. & L. St. Ry., h 88 Falulah 
Henriksen Adolph, rem to Finland 

Oscar, rem to Finland 
Henry Ann, widow Thomas, h 653 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Charles D., machinist, bds 64 Grove 

F. H., (Henry & Co.) Fairmonnt n Oak Hill av, res New York 

Mary A. Miss, emp F. Steam Laundry, h 19 Washington 

Patrick, emp Beoli Co., bds 653 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Perley E., watchman C. B. & Co., bds 35 Crescent 

Walter, emp F. M. Works, h 23 Wilmot 

Wilbur W., bookkeeper Worcester North Savings Institution, 
h 64 Grove 

William E., truant officer, office (6 and 7) 229 Main, h 64 Grove 

& Co. (F. H. Henry, K. P. Lee and H. Smith) fibre yarn mfrs 
Fairmount n Oak Hill av 
Hereth — see Hoereth 
Herlihy David E , emp 1. J. A. & C. Works, h 29 Willow 

Ellen, widow Thomas, h 126 Milk 

Timothy E. Jr., rem to Hingham Center 

Thomas, paper hauger, bds 126 Milk 

William T„ emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 126 Milk 
Hermanson Fred, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 4 Gibson pi 

Hermon, laborer, bds 183 Rollstone 

Karl A., driver emp 494 Main, h 4 Gibson pi 
Herndon Ida O. Mrs., dressmaker 37 Grove, h do. 

James, brick mason, h 37 Grove 
Herold August, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 72 Leighton 
Herpe — see Harpe 

Herrick Minnie L. Miss, clerk 147 Main, rms 26 Crescent 
Herron William H., emp F. R. R., h 8 Nashua 
Herson Ernest L., overseer Nockege Mill, h 44 West 
Hertel Herman, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 48 Leighton 

Robert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), h 48 Leighton 
Hervey Hiram M., emp C. B. & Co., h 74 Wachusett, W. F. 

Orimel M., boot and shoe repairer- 20 Elm, h 49 Fox 

Waldo E., printer 20 Elm, bds 49 Fox 
Hervi Jako, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 91 Mechanic 

Hescott Frederick R., brakeman N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R,, h 325 North 
Heslam Alvin G., clerk 138 Main, rms 52 Hartwell 



146 FITCHBUEG [HJ DIRECTORY. 

Heslam Emma J. Miss, bds 204 River 

James, market gardener Pearl Hill rd, h do. 

William D., gardener, bds Pearl Hill rd 
Hess Henry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 135 Leighton 
Hession David, emp Nockege Mill, bds 227 River 

Hannah, widow Thomas, dressmaker 47 Willow, bds do. 

Jeffrey, driver 219 Main, b 33 Pleasant 

John, blacksmith emp T. S. Hession, h 45 West 

John, rem to Mattapan 

John, emp city, h 28 Kimball pi 

Lettie B., widow John, h Ashburnham Hill rd 

Mary Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 5 Salem 

Michael J., emp C. B. & Co., h off 56 Wachusett, W. F. 

HESSION THOMAS F., livery stable and trucking 1044 to 
1048 River, W. F., and blacksmith 1060 do., h 1086 do. 
[see page 497] 
Hewes Frank M., engineer F. R. R., h 52 Winter 

Walter R., emp F. R. R., h 44 Burnap 
Hewitt Carrie Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 289 Water 
George R. Rev., pastor C. C. church, h 433 Main 
John, emp F. A. McCauliff, bds 159 Fairmount 
Josephine Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 289 Water 
Heywood Mary F. Miss, h 411 Main 
William F., rem to Ashby 

William H., depot agent Wachusett depot, bds 17 Princeton rd, 
W. F. 

HEYWOOD, WILSON & CO. (H. Sibley), iron founders 27 
Main [see page 439] 
Hibbard Walter L., electrician emp 5 Oliver, h 25 South 

Wilby G., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 36 Clinton 

— see Hebert 
Hibbert Frank, clerk 136 Main, rms 32 do. 
Hibernian Hall, 104 Westminster, W. F. 
Hickey Johanna, widow John, bds 208 Canton 

John, emp Beoli Co., h 615 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Hicks Arthur E., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 5 Factory sq 
Hidden Charles E., clerk Damon & Gould Co., bds 96 Myrtle av 

William G. (Smith & Co.'s Express), h 96 Myrtle av 

William T., bookkeeper Damon & Gould Co., h 158 Green 
Hieka Izak, laborer, h 85 Mechanic 

Hiervanen Paul N.. tailor emp A. C. Tuttle, bds 143 Charles 
Hietala Alfred, emp S. Mfg. Co., h rear 99 Mechanic 

Jakri, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 97 Mechanic 
Higginbotham Herbert R., student, bds 100 Charles 

James H., emp Brownell & Mason, h 100 Charles 
Higgins Catherine, widow John, bds 75 Cleghorn 

Daniel, emp F. Gas and Electric Lt. Co., h 224 Water 

Edgar U., engineer W. A. Garno, bds 137 Lunenburg 



FITCHBURG [H] DIRECTORY. 147 

Higgins Elizabeth, widow Jeremiah, h 27 Hale 

John, emp D. M. Dillon, h off 283 Water 

Margaret, widow William, h 26 Central 

Mary, widow Patrick, bds 90 Milk 

Michael, emp J. B. Mfg. Co., h 32 Charles 

Michael, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 24 Spruce 

Patrick, bds 27 Hale 

Samuel, h 32 Adams 

Thomas, emp F. W. Co., rms 296 Water 

Timothy, emp F. Gas and Electric Lt. Co., bds 224 Water 

William, emp D. M. Dillon, bds 27 Hale 

W T illiam, emp city, bds 3 Factory sq 
High School, Academy n Davis 

Street grammar school, High st cor Pleasant 
Highland Avenue School, 97 and 99 Highland av 

Baptist church, 11 Cedar 
Hildreth George P., carpenter Orswell Mills, h 20 Bond 
Hilferty James T., emp F. Paper Co., bds r 954 River, W. F. 

John, emp F. Paper Co., h r 954 River, W. F. 
Hill Charles F., clerk 499 Main, bds 588 do. 

Charles W., grocer 499 Main, h 588 do. 

Eliza D., widow Henry K., bds'l Brook 

Erik, laborer, h 99 Mechanic 

Frank H., carpenter, h 16 Vernon, W. F. 

Frank W., emp Beoli Co., h Ashburnham n Stickney rd, W. F. 

Fred D , carpenter, h 29 Berry 

Frederick, laborer, bds 145 Charles 

Harry A., machinist, rms 98 Pleasant 

Herbert L., printer emp 360 Main, bds 588 do. 

James, emp D. G. Fuller, rms 46 River 

James R., rem to Chicago, 111. 

John, emp Beoli Co., bds 907 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Kosti, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 113 Leighton 

Leroy, (Newton & Hill) 6 Baker, h 230 Oak Hill rd 

Warren R., laundry 225 Water, h 202 do. 

— see Maki 
Hilla Iska, laborer, bds 70 Marshall 

Hillery Martin C, life insurance agent (24) 145 Main, res Gardner 
Hilliker Mattie J. Miss, rem to Connecticut 

Minnie E. Miss, bds 120 Green 
Hills Bertha Miss, rms 16 Cross 

Horatio N., emp W. A. Garno, h 172 Lunenburg 

Jennie M. Miss, teacher, bds 76 Laurel 

Jonathan P., h 65 North 

William F., printer Sentinel office, bds 72 Grove 
Hilton Dennett W., barber 396 Main, h 62 Grove 

Edward W., drug clerk 152 Water, rms do. 
Himes Retta V. Miss, nurse Burbank Hospital, bds do. 



148 FITCHBURG [HJ DIRECTORY. 

Hinds Elemanda W., widow Hiram, bds 8 Beacon 

Frank C, erap F. R. R. shop, h off Summer n driving park 

FraDk C. Jr., bds American House 

— see Hynes 
Hines Annie Mrs., clairvoyant, rms 62 Fox 
Hintlian Harry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 198 Beech 

Seth, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 198 Beech 
Hipwell James, emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 230 Summer 

John, emp F. R. R. shops, h 57 Cane 
Hirninen Herman, rem to Quincy 
Hirsch Albert F., milk dealer, h Ashby west rd 

Albert J., farmer, bds Ashby west rd 

Frances Miss, dressmaker, bds 2 Kimball 
Hirst Charles F., bds 54 Boutelle 

James, emp F. R. R. shops, h 54 Boutelle 
Hirvi Jakob, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 91 Mechanic 
Hirvonan Paul, tailor emp 359 Main, h 145 Charles 
Hitchcock Alfred 0., physician and surgeon 30 Prichard, h do. 

Alfred O. Jr., student, bds 30 Prichard 

Annie L. Miss, stenographer H. Bailey, bds 30 Arlington 

George A., messenger N. Y. & B. D. Express Co., h 30 Arlington 

George P., principal high school, h (13) 372 Main 

Hiland C, accountant 53 Grove, h do. 

Martha, widow William R., bds 47 Mt. Vernon 

Marv M., widow Henry S., h 30 Garnet 

Percy B., clerk 237 Main, bds 47 Mt. Vernon 

William H, student, bds 47 Mt. Vernon 

William N., clerk N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. freight office, h 47 
Mt. Vernon 
Hjarpe Gustave, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 62 Goddard 
Hoag Thomas, emp F. R. R., bds 29 Crescent 
Hoar Harriet E., widow J. Nelson, h Wanoosnoc rd 

James J., emp Beoli Co., h 151 Westminster, W. F. 

Mary A. Mrs., dressmaker, bds 52 Temple, W T . F. 
Hodgdon Frank W., rem to Lunenburg 
Hodge Walter, conductor F. R. R., h 48 Winter 
Hodges Elmer, emp F. R. R., h 54 Laurel 

Walter B., engineer F. R. R., h 54 Walnut 
Hodgkins Elroy, emp S. R.-M. Co., rms 32 Main 

Emily Mrs., h 44 Day 

Henry, engineer F. R. R., h 53 North 
Hoehn August, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 138 Leighton 

Karl, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 138 Leighton 
Hoereth Jacob, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 122 Kimball 
Hoffman Charles, shoemaker 58 Marshall, h do. 

Ernest C, carver, h 1 Goddard 

Fred H., brakeman F. R. R., h 133 1-2 Blossom 

Harry, painter, h 52 Willow 






FITCHBURG [H] DIRECTORY. 149 

Hoffman Ira F., painter, h 22 Congress 

Paul, designer F. Mfg. Co., h 5 Beech lane 

Rudolph, rem to Hyde Park 
Hoffnagle William P., emp Bates Bros., bds 13 Linden 
Hogan Edward, lunch wagon Depot sq cor Main, h 32 North 

James F., rem to Hudson 

John, traveling salesman, h 50 Goodrich 

Michael J., supt of streets, h 159 Summer 

Nelly Y. Miss, clerk 210 Main, bds 82 Myrtle av 
Hohberger Christof, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 18 Foster 
Holbrook George T., meat market 74 Charles, h 200 Hey wood 

John P., foreman 31 North, h 61 Clinton 
Holden Addie P. Miss, clerk 78 Main, rms 29 Blossom 

Charles S., yard master F. R. R., h 95 North 

Frank H., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 153 Lunenburg 

Henry J., carpenter, h 20 Park 

John E., fish peddler, h Ashby rd junc Fisher rd 

Lulie Miss, dressmaker, bds 20 Park 

Perley F., bds 137 Lunenburg 
Holgate James, h 24 Winthrop 

Mary E. Miss, bds 24 Winthrop 
Holland Elizabeth Mrs., bds 11 Railroad 

J. A. Cycle Co., bicycle repairers 244 Main 

John, plumber Jennison Plumbing Co., h 14 Middle 

HOLLAND JOHN H., coal and wood dealer and jobber 446 
Water, h 462 do., telephone 143-2 [see page 468] 

Joseph A., tailor (5) 162 Main, h 171 Mt. Vernon 
Holliday Robert, emp F. R. R., rms 41 Blossom 
Hollingworth Gertrude Miss, rem to Cambridge 

John, emp U. M. Co , h 37 Lincoln 
Hollingsworth Nellie J. Miss, dressmaker (1) 10 Day, rms do. 
Hollister Myra Mrs., bds 5 Charles 

Holloran John T., emp Beoli Co., h 740 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Hollows John, weaver Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 361 Fairmount 
Holm Ambrose, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 27 Bond 

Carl W. Rev., rem to Cambridgeport 

Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 8 Read 

Colin T., asst physical director Y. M. C. A. 254 Main, rms do. 

Eugene G., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 26 West 

Hendrick S., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 18 Mechanic 

John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 26 West 

Margareta O., widow Ambrose, bds 18 Mechanic 
Holman Annie, widow Frank O., bds 56 West 

George, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 29 North 

George M., chemist, bds 52 Pleasant 

George W., contractor, h 52 Pleasant 

Lucy A., widow David F., h Stickney rd, W. F. 

Sarah B. Mrs., h 53 Falulah 



150 FITCHBURG [H] 



DIRECTORY. 



Holman Walter D., farmer, h 424 AshburDham, W. F. 

William, emp S. Mfg. Co., rms 58 Arlington 
Holmes Edwin P., rem to Clinton 

George A., hulled corn, fruit and fish peddler Elm cor Oliver, 
h 38 Myrtle av 

George C, cook 11 Blossom, rms 37 do. 

Grace E. Miss, teacher, bds 39 South 

Harry E., hackman emp 41 Fox, rms 54 do. 

Nettie B. Miss, clerk 164 Main, bds 21 Oliver 

Perley, clerk 2 Main, h 39 South 

Sarah J., widow Elias, dressmaker 21 Oliver, h do. 
Holmquist Carl, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 15 West 
Holroyd George S., shipping clerk Star Worsted Co., h 2 Sheldon 
Holmstrom Axel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 56 W r est 

Knut, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds b6 West 

Peter J., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 56 West 

HOLT ALBERT A., carriage mfr and repository 106 Lunen- 
burg, h 5 Highland av [see page 495] 

Charles E., clerk, h 100 Lawrence 

Clifton S., sewing machine agent 192 Main, rms 427 do. 

John, rem to East Deerfield 

John K., emp F. R. R. shop, h 41 Cane 

Lucy W., widow Elijah, bds 80 Mt. Vernon 

— see Hult 
Hoi ton George E., (Metropolitan Stock Exchange,) (6 and 7) 387 
Main, res Gardner 

George P., supt almshouse Wanoosnoc rd, h do. 

George P. Mrs., matron almshouse Wanoosnoc rd, h do. 

Horace, bds 77 Pacific 

Samuel S., h 22 Pearl 

Walter R., engineer E. M. D. & Co., h 77 Pacific 

& Nye, (George E. Holton and Harry S. Nye^) mgrs Metropoli- 
tan Stock Exchange (6 and 7) 387 Main 
Holtz Aaron, advertising manager Nichols & Frost, bds 98 Blossom 
Hombergcr Bertha Miss, clerk 5 and 10 cent store, rms 54 Oliver 
Hong Joe M., laundry 14 Blossom, h do. 
Honkonen Wilhelm, laborer, h 12 Kimball 
Hood Elmer, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 46 Milk 
Hooks George E., lamplighter, bds 15 Vine 

Nellie, widow Louis, h 15 Vine 
Hope James T., auction rooms, furniture, etc. 40 Day, h 15 South 
Hopkins Alice M. Miss, stenographer S. R.-M. Co., bds 89 Day 

Almond R., emp F. M. Works, h 16 Boutelle 

Jennie G., widow Samuel, h 89 Day 

Seth E., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 160 Summer 
Hopkinson William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 230 Plymouth 
Hoppin Charles, emp M. K. Keyes, rms 67 Prichard 



FITCHBURG [H] DIRECTORY. 151 

Horan John, rem to Everett 

John D., emp F. S. E. Co., h IS Fulton 

Nellie Miss, emp Beoli Co., h Franklin rd n Depot, W. F. 
Horgan John, emp F. Paper Co., h 931 River, W. F. 
Horley George, rem to Worcester 

Hornibrook Charles M., driver American Ex. Co., rms 245 Main 
Horrigan Patrick, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 29 Garland 

William J., emp E. M. D. & Co., h 94 North 
Hortenbach Paul G., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 39 Pratt 
Horton Augustine E., dentist 277 Main, h 51 Pacific 

Daniel G., baker and grocer 130 River, h 87 Prospect 

Elmer E., conductor F. R. R., h 36 Pacific 

Herman D., clerk N. Y., N. H. & 3. R. R, freight office, h 12 
Myrtle av 

Johanna, widow W. H., rem to Maine 

Lula M. Miss, clerk 357 Main, bds 87 Prospect 

M. E. Mrs., bds 122 Myrtle av 

Mary E., widow Lovell H., rms 199 Main 

Myron O., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 29 North 

Nellie M., emp 337 Main, rms do. 

Pearl E. Miss, clerk F. & L. St. Ry., bds 51 Pacific 

Walter F., baker emp 130 River, bds 87 Prospect 
Hosley Frances J., widow Lorin, rem to Providence, R. I. 

Henry H., manager 360 Main, h 355 1-2 do. 

J. E. Mrs., dressmaker 3.55 1-2 Main, h do. 
Hosmer Clarissa D. Miss, teacher, rms 83 Walnut 

George L., section master F. R. R., h 74 Highland av 

Granville C, carpenter, h 104 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Henry J., blacksmith, h 290 Ashburnham, W. F. 

HOSMER JOHN R., carpenter and builder 62 Highland av, h 
do. [see page 490] 
Hotel Balmoral, William F. Demers prop, 13 Prichard 

Westmoreland, F. W. Aldrich prop, 27 Day 
Hoton Albert, stonemason, h Scott rd 
Hough Lizzie Miss, bds 324 Lunenburg 
Houghton Clara L. Miss, bds 99 Pearl 

Frank O., emp Gilchrest, Wiley & Foss, bds 109 Highland av 

Frederick R., student, bds 67 Green 

Frederick W., stonecutter, h 29 Boutelle 

G. F. Mrs., clairvoyant 29 Boutelle, h do. 

Herbert E., trav salesman, h 119 Snow 

James Q., engineer N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 109 Highland av 

Luella, widow Russell O., h 67 Green 
Houk Alfred, rem to Michigan 
Houle Francois, laborer, h Charles ext 

Victor, stonemason and butcher, h 361 Pratt rd 
Hourihan Timothy F., plumber emp Brownell & Mason, h 77 Rollstone 
Houston Annie Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 3 Factory sq 



152 FITCHBURG [H] DIRECTORY. 

Houston Michael H., emp F. R. R. shops, h 50 Clyde 
Hovila Abram, laborer, bds 97 Mechanic 
Howard Besse L. Miss, teacher, bds 169 Rollstone 

Bessie M. Miss, emp F. Steel Ball Co., bds 16 Boutelle 

Caroline, widow Martin, h 5 Joslin pi 

Charles A., einp Beoli Co., h 25 Farmer, W. F. 

Edgar E., photographer, h 28 Maple 

George, emp Beoli Co., rms 185 Westminster, W. F. 

George E., carpenter, bds 169 Rollstone 

Grace A. Miss, emp F. Steel Ball Co., bds 16 Boutelle 

Hazen S., janitor Safety Fund National Bank bldg 229 Main, 
h do. 

Hilton, machinist P. M. Co , h 111 Lunenburg 

J. Willard, carpenter, h 169 Rollstone 

Leslie E., draughtsman S. Mfg. Co., h 7 Weymouth 

Willard H. Jr., carpenter 169 Rollstone, h do. 

& Latter's Orchestra, 145 Main 
Howarth John H., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 45 Highland av 

Thomas F., stock clerk S. Mfg. Co., h 7 Atlantic av 
Howe Albion L., engineer F. R. R., bds 27 Willow 

Alden A., sec and treas Fitchburg Loan, Trust and Safety De- 
posit Co. 125 Main, rms 53 Fox 

Asahel S., canvasser, rms 49 Fox 

Edie Mrs., bds A. S. Farwell, Ashby west rd 

Edith F. Miss, teacher, bds 4b' Oliver 

Ellen A., widow Dudley W., h 46 Oliver 

Emma S. Mrs., bds 37 Blossom 

Ernest W., clerk I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 91 Charles 

Ferdinand S., emp city, bds 45 Prichard 

Fredus B., rem to Boston 

Harvey O., molder P. M. Co., h 206 Rollstone 

Leon S., clerk S. R.-M. Co., bds 45 Prichard 

Minna B., widow Charles F., h 30 Harwood pi 

Nicholas R., peddler, h 45 Prichard 

Roscoe, drug clerk 207 Main, h 116 Myrtle av 

Samuel H., painter emp G. Buckley, h 47 North 

W. A. & W. C, carriage and wagon makers 10 North 

Wesley C, (W. A. & W. C. Howe) 10 North, h 295 Blossom 

William A., (W. A. & W. C. Howe) res Merrimac 
Howland George C., h 2 Pine cor South 

Michael, emp Beoli Co., bds 22 Westminster, W. F. 
Hoxie Wilmot A., rem to Brockton 
Hoy Cheep, laundry 192 Water, h do. 
Hoyer Jacob, meat market 22 Leighton, h 56 Kimball 
Hoyt Alice B. Miss, teacher, bds 92 Charles 

Bertha L. Mrs., rem to Cambridge 

Frank C, foreman printer Sentinel office, h 61 Day 

M. Harry, rem to Athens, Pa. 



FITCHBURG [H] DIRECTORY. 153 

Hoyt Moses, machinist Hardy & Pinder, h 92 Charles 

Or en S., rem to Vermont ' 
Hromada Anton, rem to South Ashburnham 
Hubbard George, teamster W. W. Hubbard, rms 33 Cottage sq 

George F., electrician emp 5 Oliver, h 21 Davis 

George H., brakeman F. R. R., rms (6) 17 Blossom 

J. Milton, treas Chamberlain, Huntress Co. 147 Main, h 22 High- 
laud av 

William W., jobber 33 Cottage sq, h do. 
Hubbell Carlton A., supt S. Mfg. Co., h 25 Highland av 
Hubert Fred, emp W. A. Garno, h 282 Water 
Huckins E. May Miss, emp E. M. Read, bds 4 Harvard 

Edwin J. £>., tool maker P. M. Co., h 261 Blossom 

Wentworth, emp 360 Main, h 4 Harvard 
Hudson Albert E., emp P. M. Co., h 11 East 

Anna M. Miss, h 69 Central 

Gardner G, paymaster F. Worsted Co., h 20 Hartwell 

Gardner K., principal Laurel street school, bds 20 Hartwell 

George E., emp 7 Circle, bds 69 Central 

George F., machinist P. M. Co., h 20 River 

John, weaver Beoli Co., h 200 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Huggins James M., teamster, h 271 Rollstone 

Hughes Annie L. Miss, dressmaker emp 152 Main, bds 27 Norwood, 
W. F. 

Charles, emp F. W. Co., bds 420 W T ater 

Charles W„ rem to Townsend 

H. W.-, conductor F. R. R., bds American House 

Henry J., emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 27 Norwood, W. F. 

James, fireman F. Paper Co.,h 36 Norwood, W. F. 

James, emp Beoli Co., bds 752 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Mamie E. Miss, dressmaker emp 152 Main, bds 27 Norwood, 
W. F. 

Margaret, widow Thomas, h 752 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Mary A. Miss, dressmaker 36 Norwood, W. F., bds do. 

Patrick, emp F. Paper Co., h 27 Norwood, W. F. 

William, emp F. Steel Ball Co., h 91 1-2 North 

William C, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 56 Kimball 

William C. Mrs., dressmaker 56 Kimball, h do. 

— see Hewes 
Hult Charles A., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 526 Main 

John, foreman Iver Johnson's Arms & Cycle Works, h 13 High- 
land av 
Humes Jane Mrs., housekeeper 87 Lincoln 

Ozro, joiner, bds 65 Highland av 

Willard L., (H. A. Goodrich & Co.) 151 Main, h 33 High- 
land av 
Humphrey Charles, emp Beoli Co., h 486 Fairmount, W. F. 

Ezra G, h 5 Crescent 



154 FITCHBURG [H] DIRECTORY. 

Humphrey Frederick, emp Beoli Co., bds 545 Fairmount, W. F. 

George P., emp Beoli Co., h 25 Hannigan ct, W. F. 

Helen M. Miss, teacher normal school, bds 18 Hartwell 

Richard E., bds 545 Fairmount, W. F. 
Humphreys Ella Miss, waitress 42 Day, rms 76 Myrtle av 

Robert, quarrvman, h 51 Beech 
Hunson John E., foreman finishing dept E. M. Dickinson & Co. h 

145 Myrtle av 
Hunt Addie G. Miss, h 24 Central 

Benjamin C, paper hanger, h 21 Burnap 

Edward F., machinist emp C. W. Wilder, h 19 Payson 

Frances M. Miss, teacher high school, bds 98 Pleasant 

J. Amos, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 15 Allston pi 

Moses, laborer, h 39 First 

William P., clerk 244 Main, bds 21 Burnap 
Hunter Hugh H., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 24 Central 

Lizzie M. Miss, compositor Sentinel office, bds 82 Arlington 

Seraphine E. Mrs., h 82 Arlington 
Hunting Arthur G., agent Fleischmann's veast 66 Green, h 74 do. 

Edward W., conductor F. & L. St. Ry., h 628 Water 
Huntington Lawrence D., rem to New York state 
Huntley Eliza A., widow Luman, bds 101 Green 

Fred S., freight agent N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., Leominster, h 
11 Holt 

Henry W., h 474 Main 

Sullivan W., h 474 Main 
Huntress Frank, pres Chamberlain, Huntress Co. 141 Main, res 

Keene, N. H. 
Hurley Catherine, widow James, h 12 Prescott 

Charles H., captain of police, h 185 River 

Cornelius P., grocer 103 Myrtle av, bds 93 do. 

Ellen, widow Cornelius, h 93 Myrtle av 

Ida Miss, bds Franklin rd n Depot, W. F. 

James, h 337 Summer 

James P., clerk 103 Myrtle av, bds 93 do. 

John, h 1035 River, W. F. 

John T., tailor, emp 205 Main, rms 18 Day 

Mary, widow Jeremiah, h 26 Clinton 

Morris, emp F. R. R. shop, bds 337 Summer 
Husted John, rem to Sweden 
Hutcheon George, coachman A. H. Lowe, h 16 Grove 

William, engineer Palace Steam Laundry, h 75 Newton 
Hutchins Charles A., carpenter, h 47 Payson 

Fairfield L., machinist, bds 47 Payson 

Frank E., emp Oren Litchfield, h 25 Marshall 

George O., watchman P. M. Co., h Upton n Mt. Vernon 

Owen B., carpenter, h 58 Mt. Globe 

Sarah C, widow Otis, bds 55 Charles 



FITCHBURG [I] DIRECTORY. 155 

Hutchins Wallace J., carpenter, h 58 Mt. Globe 

Walter S., engineer F. R. R., h 55 Charles 
Hutchinson Addie M. Miss, bds 45 Walnut 

Charles E., messenger N. Y. & B. D. Express Co., h 8 Gage 

Eliza Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 9 Academy 

Grace E. Miss, emp 210 Main, bds 45 Walnut 

Scott G., emp F. R. R. shop, rms 22 Hancock 

Silas L., machinist, h 45 Walnut 

Silas W., clerk 235 Main, rms 15 Snow 
Hyatt Henry J., machinist, rms Central Fire station, 28 Oliver 

Joseph A., h 40 Myrtle av 

Octavia, widow Joseph, bds 15 Cross 
Hygienic Crib Co. The, crib mfrs 22 Willow 
Hyland Maggie Miss, emp 42 Day, rms 52 do. 
Hynes Edward, emp F. W. Co., bds 32 Canton 

Edward, emp F. W. Co., h 32 Canton 

James, emp F. W. Co., bds 32 Canton 

Mark, laborer, bds off Ashburnham Hill rd 

Michael, emp F. R. R., h 21 Spruce 

Iaeger Albert, rem to Taunton 

Iannino Antonio, confectionery and fruit 106 Main, h 140 Hey wood 

Carmenillo, h off 34 Salem 
Ibbotson Joseph W. C, emp P. M. Co., bds 13 East 
Idan Uutiset (The Eastern News), Finnish weekly newspaper, Fitch- 
burg Finnish Publishing Co. props, 99 Mechanic 
Idonen Henry, clerk, bds 94 Laurel 
Ikala John, rem to Marlboro 

Ikola Matthew, emp D. M. Dillon, bds 70 Marshall 
Ilkka Jakob, laborer, bds 70 Marshall 
Illbeg Illbeg A., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 473 Main 
Ilsley John P., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 450 Main 
Immaculate Conception French Catholic Church, 55 Walnut 
Ingalls M. A. Miss, bookkeeper L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., rms 

62 Pleasant 
Ingram Henry, laborer, h 41 West 

Henry, Jr., emp Leominster, bds 41 West 

Joseph P., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 1 1-2 West 

Peter, emp Leominster, bds 41 West 

WiUiam H., emp I. J. A. & C Works., bds 41 West 
Innerasky Benjamin, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 61 Exeter 
Institute Hall, First n Water 

Hall, Institute off Temple, W. F. 
Iredale Frederick, emp Star Worsted Co., h 50 West 
Irish Alonzo, emp W. A. Garno, h 141 Lunenburg 

Charles F., traveling salesman, h 1 Charles 

Ida M. Mrs., bds 473 Main 

William E., farmer, h Rindge rd 



156 FITCHBUEG [J] DIRECTORY. 

Irving Hugh O., policeman, bds 110 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Isaac James, emp C. B. & Co., h 28 Wachusett, W. F. 

William H. B., emp C. B. & Co., bds 28 Wachusett, W. F. 
Isaacson Carl, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 31 Bond 

Caroline, widow Peter, h 31 Bond 
Isabelle Maxime, mason, h 66 Columbus 
Isham Bert M., engineer F. R. R., h 151 Myrtle av 
Isomaki Matti, laborer, h 71 North 



Jaavinen Franz, laborer, h 138 High 

Jack Robert, blacksmith emp 45 Academy, rms 239 1-2 Main 

Jackman Jennie, widow John, bds 54 Granite 

John J., laborer, bds 54 Granite 

Noah, teamster emp 390 Main, h 384 do. 
Jackson Alexander L., emp G. E. Waite & Co., h 81 Cascade, W. F. 

Charles H., gardener, h 25 Garfield 

Eliza N., widow Newell T., h 16 Highland av 

Ella M. Miss, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 24 Congress 

F. Charles N., overseer Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 48 Rockland 

Frances Miss, bds Pearl ext 

Francis W., paper hanger, h 16 Highland av 

Frederick A., conductor F. R. R., h 4 Barton 

George B., boots and shoes 511 Main, h 29 Goddard 

Harriet E. Miss, music teacher, bds 29 Mt. Vernon 

Harriet M. Miss, bds Pearl ext 

Harry C, emp F. Steel Ball Co., h 20 Lincoln 

Henry, city auditor city hall, h 29 Mt. Vernon 

Henry, (H. Jackson & Son) (1) 229 Main, rms 51 Fox 

H. & Son, (Henry Jackson) insurance agents (1) 229 Main 

Henry W., law student with D. I. Walsh, 117 Main, rms 51 Fox 

James T., machinist F. Machine Works, bds 625 Water 

John H., h 56 Grove 

Joseph, h 625 Water 

Luther A., rem to Boston 

Neil, brakeman F. R. R., bds 112 Snow 

Noah, h 65 Mt. Vernon 

Robert A., laborer, h 19 Lin wood 

S. E. Mrs., massage physician and hygiene bath parlors 56 
Grove, h do. 

Walter E., h 11 Gage 
Jacob Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 612 Main 

Peter, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 612 Main 
Jacobs Henry M., (Lamb & Jacobs) (4; 176 Main, bds 43 Goodwin j 

Olive A., widow Lewis E., h 23 Pleasant 

Otho, rem to Ayer Junction 

Palmer, laborer, bds 23 North 

Solonia A., widow Palmer, h 23 North 
Jacobson Henry, stonecutter, h 105 Leighton 






FITCHBURG [J] DIRECTORY. 157 

Jacobson Laura T. Miss, stenographer S. Mfg. Co., bds 36 Winter 

Mary Miss, emp Star Worsted Co., bds 44 Goddard 

Otto, laborer, h 29 Grove 
Jacques Frank Xavier, emp F. R. R. shop, h 25 Pratt 

Joseph E. Mrs., h 239 River 

Louisa, widow Narcisse, bds Ashburnham Hill rd n West 

Rock, emp S. Mfg. Co., h Ashburnham Hill rd n West 
Jaillet — see Sawyer 
Jakabson Izak, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 26 Harwood pi 

Matti, emp P. M. Co., bds 85 Mechanic 
James William H , emp F. R. R., h 338 Lunenburg 
Jameson Edward E., hostler 12 Day, rms 84 Green 

Nathan A., emp F. R. R., h 334 Summer 
Jan sen — see Johnson 
Jaquith Asa S., h 116 Myrtle av 

A. R. Mrs., art needlework 199 Main, h do. 

Levi L., h 25 South 

Mary E. Miss, proof reader Sentinel office, bds 12 Newton pi 

Sarah B., widow John S., bds 12 Newton pi 

Sarah E., widow Isaac P., h 588 Main 
Jardine Maggie S. Mrs., h 35 Crescent 
Jarvela Fred, laborer, h 91 Mechanic 
Jarvenaja John, laborer, h 99 Mechanic 
Jarvis Henry E., junk dealer 28 Phillips av, W. F., h do. 
Jary Louise Miss, housekeeper 47 Plymouth 
Jasberg Eli, laborer, h 99 Mechanic 

JASEFH JOSEPH F., provisions, etc. 228 Main, h 117 Snow 
[see page 481] 

Walter F., (W. D: Johnson & Co.) 78 Green, h 10 Wood 
Jefts Albert L., emp freight house F. R. R., h 104 Green 

Annie L. Miss, dressmaker, bds 80 Cedar 

Daisy D. Miss, teacher, bds 104 Green 

David A., engineer F. R. R., h 86 Culley 

F. S. Mrs., music teachpr, bds 484 Main 

George F., electrician emp 5 Oliver, rms Central Fire station, 
28 do. 

George H., rem to Worcester 
Jena John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 70 Clarendon 
Jenkins Betsev H., widow Edward, bds 49 Blossom 

Henry, emp C. B. & Co., h 352 Princeton rd, W. F. 

Susan Miss, bds 8 Beacon 
Jenna Carlos W., plumber emp Brownell & Mason, h 25 Goodwin 

Martin J., emp S. R.-M. Co., rms BQ Day 
Jenneau J. Arthur, rem to Canada 
Jeuner — see Jenna 
Jennings John J., emp E. F. B. & Co., bds 9 Brigham 

Michael, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 15 Hale 

Nora Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 21 Salem 



158 FITCHBURG [J] DIRECTORY. 

Jennison Daniel, shoemaker erap 209 Main, h 37 Prichard 

Delia M. Miss, bds 37 Prichard 

Herbert E., (Jennison Plumbing Co.) office 27 Water, bds 143 
Summer 

Horace E., h 143 Summer 

Lizzie H. Miss, bds 37 Prichard 
JENNISON PLUMBING CO., H. E. Jennison prop, office 27 
U Water, shop Putnam n railroad crossing and 135 West- 

minster, W. F. [see front cover] 

William R., foreman Sole Leather Tip Co., h 20 Payson 
Jensen Andrew, shoemaker 78 River, h do. 

John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h Nockege 

Nils Thonval, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 80 Kimball 
Jerginson — see Jorgensen 
Jernberg Gust, emp 1. J. A. & C. Works, bds 26 Kimball pi 

John Peter, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 26 Kimball pi 
Jette George, clerk 331 Main, bds Prentiss alley 

Philomene, widow Damase, h Prentiss alley 
Jewell Cyrus B., rem to Maine 

Eugene S., engineer Orswell Mills, h 52 Arlington 
Jewett Adeline T. Miss, h 82 Central 

Andrew, asst treas Fitchburg Savings Bank, h 224 Blossom 

Charles A., pattern maker C. H. Brown & Co., h ^5 Cedar 

Euphemia, widow Lyman, bds 24 Hart well 

John W., upholsterer 155 Westminster, W. F., h 666 West- 
minster Hill rd do. 

Nancy B. Miss, bds 82 Central 

Spencer F., emp Star Worsted Co., bds 23 Farmer, W. F. 

William H., foreman road dept F. R. R., h 11 Winter 
Joachim Joseph, driver H. A. Seidel, h 38 Pine 

Stanislas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 38 Pine 
Joel Charles L., clerk 126 Main, h 9 Clinton 

JOEL D. HENRY, druggist 207 Main, h 10 Cedar [see front 
cover] 
JOEL JOEL, cigar manufacturer 126 Main, h 43 Highland av 
[see page 469] 
Johnson Aaron, stonecutter, bds 44 Goddard 

A. J., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 74 Kimball 
Agnace M. Miss, seamstress, bds 95 High 
Albert, emp F. R. R. shop, h 3 Avon pi 
Albin, driver emp 306 Main, bds 74 Kimball 
Alfred, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 195 River 
Alfred O., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 49 West 
Anders, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 197 River 
Andrew J., erap I. J. A. & C. Works, h 193 River 
Anton, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 112 High 
Anton E., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 35 Beech 
Arvid, erap P. M. Co., bds 48 Hazel 



FITCHBURG [J] DIRECTORY. 159 

Johnson Axel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 48 River 
Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 78 River 
Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 58 Goddard 
Charles, laborer, h 50 Hazel 

Charles E., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 51 Arlington 
Charles E., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 5 Beech lane 
Charles H., clerk 21 Water, rms 496 Main 
Charles H., clerk S. Mfg. Co., bds 95 High 
Charles J., farmer Dr. Palmer off Turnpike, W. F., h do. 
Charles W., emp I, J. A. & C. Works, h 51 Arlington 
Elof, emp J. B. Mfg. Co., h 7 Fulton 
Emil, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 53 West 
Emily W., widow Charles, h 95 High 
Eric, emp Steel Horse Collar Co., bds 44 Goddard 
Frank P., carpenter and builder, h 7 Highland av 
Fred I., (Iver Johnson's Arms and Cycle Works) 109 River, 

bds 73 Highland av 
Fred M., emp Leominster, bds 39 Lunenburg 
George, rem to Boston 
George H., electrician, h 23 Winthrop 
George O., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 8 Bond 
Gustaf, teamster Beoli Co., bds 102 Leighton 
Gustave, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 49 West 
Gustave, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 3 Nutting 

JOHNSON IVER SPORTING GOODS CO., Sidney J. 

U Francis manager, bicycle and sporting goods dealers 247 

Main [see back cover] 
Jaakob, laborer, h 85 Mechanic 
Jacob, emp F. S. B. Co., h 48 Hazel 
J. Lovell, with Iver Johnson's Arms and Cycle Works, bds 73 

Highland av 
John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 515 Main 
John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 105 High 
John, rem to Finland 
John, emp J. B. Mfg. Co., h 222 Albee 
John, emp F. W. Co., bds 131 Albee 
John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 13 Daniels 
John, laborer, h 43 Grove 
John, emp M. J. Perault, bds 97 Mechanic 
John C, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 70 Kimball 
John E., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 49 West 
John W., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 115 Myrtle av 
Kusti, laborer, bds 70 Marshall 
Lena Mrs., dressmaker 197 River, h do. 
Lizzie, forewoman F. Shirt Co., rms 131 Albee 
Ludwig, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 27 Taft 
Manne, butter, cheese and eggs 22 Hawes, h do. 
Mary, widow George A., h 2 Lunenburg 



160 FITCHBURG [J] DIRECTORY. 

Johnson Mary, widow Louis, in Burbank Hospital 
Mary E., widow Iver, h 73 Highland av 
Matthew, laborer, h 144 Charles cor Hazel 
Melvin H., emp F. R. R., h 67 Pacific 
Nils E., foreman J. B. Mfg. Co., h 69 Newton 
Peter, emp F. R. R., h 58 Goddard 

Susie Miss, forewoman Fitchburg Shirt Co., rms 131 Albee 
Theodore, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 53 West 
Thomas H. Mrs., rem to Lancaster 
Victor, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 5 Beech lane 

JOHNSON WILLIAM C, dealer in machinery, lubricating oils, 
belting, lumber, etc. 109 Water, res Lunenburg [see p 487] 
William D., (W. D. Johnson & Co.) 78 Green, h 65 Snow 
William R., emp Leominster, h 39 Lunenburg 

JOHNSON W. D. &CO., (W. D. Johnson and W. F. Jaseph), 
props Green Street Pharmacy, 78 Green [see page 457] 

JOHNSON'S IVER, ARMS AND CYCLE WORKS, (estate 

U of Iver Johnson), mfrs firearms, bicycles and police goods 

109 River [see front colored pageopp map, and front edge] 

Johnston John, emp I. J. A. & C. W T orks, h 105 High 
Lizzie Mrs., clerk 185 Main, rms 26 Summer 
William, emp Beoli Co., h 59 Fairview, W. F. 

Jokinen John, laborer, h 181 Rollstone 

Joly Alec, painter, h 161 Fair mount 

Jones Clara E. Miss, emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 32 Lunenburg 
Fannie Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 17 Academy 
Frances E. Miss, teacher high school, bds 78 Pleasant 
George A., foreman E. M. Dickinson & Co., h 18 Wood 
George T., carpenter F. Duck Mill, h 395 Water 
Grace M. Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 4 Wood 
Helen Miss, teacher Goodrich street school, res Lunenburg 
Hugh, stone mason, bds 159 Fairmount 
Jabez A., (Woodward & Jones) 13 Day, h 21 Atlantic av 
James J., conductor F. R. R., rms (3) 10 Day 
Joseph, emp Dr. Palmer 312 Main, bds do. 
L. Frances Miss, teacher Normal school, res Lunenburg 
Lovina S., widow George W., bds 99 Snow 

M. Eldora Miss, teacher Goodrich street school, res Lunenburg 
Maria L. Miss, compositor F. Sentinel, bds 49 Milk 
Millard F., insurance agent 145 Main, h 4 Wood 
Nan T. Miss, teacher, bds 76 Culley 
Nancy, widow Zopher, h 32 Lunenburg 
Nellie Miss, h 246 Sanborn, W. F. 

Nellie F. Miss, emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 32 Lunenburg 
Robert, emp C. B. & Co., h 122 Wachusett, W. F. 
Robert M., insurance agent 26 Summer, h do. 
Theresa, widow Herman P., h 76 Culley 
Walter L., coachman Herbert I. Wallace, h 73 Arlington 



FITCHBURG [K] DIRECTORY. 161 

Jones Willard W., signal man JT. R. R., h 197 Rollstone 

William, emp Beoli Co., h Fairview n Westminster Hill rd, W.F. 

William, emp F. W. Co., h 9 Fulton 
Jordan Adelbert D., emp F. R. R., h 59 North 

Arthur E., teamster Damon & Gould Co., h 17 Wilmot 

Emma, widow Samuel, h 31 Daniels 

John, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 24 Spruce 

Thomas E., h 132 Green 
Jorgensen Alfred, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 76 Kimball 
Josephine Sister, Superioress Sisters of St. Joseph, 37 Columbus 
Josephson Axel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 62 Goddard 

Frank, emp I. J. A. & C. W T orks, h 37 West 
Joslin Annie Miss, bds 51 W T achusett, W. F. 

Bartholomew, emp P. M Co., h 18 Morris 

Frederick W., engineer F. R. R., h 25 Congress 

Ida M. Mrs., dressmaker and manicure 191 Main, h 453 North 

James A., delivery clerk N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. freight 
house, h 453 North 

John A., office 42 Main, h 28 Summer 

Levi W., carpenter, h 13 Town send 

— see Gosselin 
Jowett Alfred, emp Beoli Co., bds 40 Crescent 
Joy James J., emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 11 Orange 

Louisa, widow Francis B., h 8 Hartwell 

Michael, h 36 Church 

Myron M., rem to Ashburnham 

William H., empN. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., bds 36 Church 
Joyce Bridget, widow Austin, h 521 Main 

David E., teamster, h 50 Central 

Edward, fireman Falulah Paper Co., h 25 Middle street lane 

Edward, laborer, bds 521 Main 

Edward W., foreman Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works, 
rms 431 Main 

James, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 21 Portland 

John, carpenter, bds 21 Portland 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), bds 521 Main 
Jove Myrtie Miss, nurse Burbank Hospital, bds do. 
Juaperi Antti. rem to Finland 

Henry, emp F. M. Works, bds 85 Mechanic 
Jubb Robert, file cutter emp F. File Works, h 9 Wilmot 
Judd Augustus, foreman freight house N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 
15 Townsend 

Walter E., fireman F. R. R., h 46 Lawrence 
Junkins Rufus A., foreman S. Mfg. Co., h 149 Myrtle av 
Juober Kusti, laborer, h 97 Mechanic 

Kaakinen W t illiam, laborer, bds 97 Mechanic 
Kaattai M., laborer, h 22 Kimball pi 



162 FITCHBURG [K] DIRECTORY. 

Kaatiala John, rem to New Hampshire 

Kaddy Charles, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 345 Water 

Jacob, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 8 Duck Mill rd 

Robert, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 8 Duck Mill rd 
Kaefer Peter, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 98 Beech 
Kaempfer Richard F., paper hanger emp 237 Main, h 212 Rollstone 
Kablmeyer Henry, carpenter, inq 23 Snow 
Kainti Wilhelm, laborer, h 1062 River, W. F. 
Kaiser Herman, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 20 Blais ct 
Kajander Joseph, milk dealer 87 Mechanic, h do. 
Kakila William, laborer, bds 97 Mechanic 
Kalagher John J., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 45 West 

Stephen E., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 45 West 
Kail Gustav, rem to Worcester 
Kalson Frederick, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 14 Walnut 

Otto, laborer, bds 2 Franklin 
Kamnitzer Max, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 64 Beech 
Kanaley Timothy, emp Orswell Mills, bds 48 West 
Kane Annie Miss, emp Leominster, bds 11 Washington 

Bernard F., machinist, h 49 Forest 

Catherine, widow John, h 7 Wood pi 

Catherine L. Miss, prop Nashua House, 104 Main, h do. 

David, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 24 Morris 

Dominic, gardener, bds 5 Morris 

Hugh, emp Beoli Co., bds 24 Institute, W. F. 

James E., emp Beoli Co., bds 686 Westminster Hill road, W. F. 

James F., bookkeeper Nockege Mill, bds 7 Wood pi 

James P., machinist C. H. Brown & Co., h 5 Morris 

John, emp S. Mfg. Co., rms 52 Day 

John, bds 11 Franklin 

John F., grocer 29 Cane, h 25 do. 

John J., emp Beoli Co., bds 686 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Katie Miss, bds 40 Franklin 

Margaret Miss, emp Leominster, bds 11 Washington 

Mary, widow James, h 686 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Mary, widow James, h 187 Summer 

Mary R., widow James, h 132 Snow 

Michael J., emp C. B. & Co., h 25 Yernon ct, W. F. 

Neil, emp James Hanna, bds 5 Academy 

Richard, emp F. W. Co., h 11 Fourth 

Stephen, h 670 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Kangas William, laborer, h 20 Harwood pi 
Kangus Andru, rem to Finland 
Kankas Kalle, laborer, h 150 Charles 
Kapsala Fred, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 85 Mechanic 
Karger Edward, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 21 Franklin 
Karhala Matti, laborer, bds 97 Mechanic 
Karl Christian, weaver F. W. Co., h 32 Birch 






FITCHBURG [K] DIRECTORY. 163 

Karpi John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 105 Mechanic 
Kasala Kalle, laborer, bds 85 Mechanic 
Kaski Antti, rem to Nevada 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 97 Mechanic 
Kaskis Gaboon, laborer, h 13 Beech lane 
Kastila Malakius, emp A. A. Marshall, h rear 76 Circle 
Kaulback Sarah C, widow William J., h Pearl ext 
Kavanagh Alfred P., emp F. File Works, h 42 Orange 
Kawski Leo, bds 1 Middle street lane 

Keach William A., supt Grant Yarn Co., bds The Fitchburg 
Kean John R., with Wanoosnoc Power Co., h Wanoosnoc rd n South 
Keating Daniel, h 5 Salem 

Daniel, emp Beoli Co., h 28 Institute, W. F. 

Daniel A., clerk, bds 29 Bond 

Daniel F., emp Beoli Co., bds 224 Ashburnham, W. F. 

James, emp C. B. & Co., h 44 Wachusett, W. F. 

James J., emp C. B. & Co. bds 224 Ashburnham, W. F. 

James J., clerk 358 Main, bds 29 Bond 

Jeffrey, emp city, h 95 Hey wood 

Jennie M. Miss, clerk 197Main, bds 5 Salem 

Jeremiah, emp Beoli Co., h 224 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Jeremiah, emp F. R. It, h 268 River 

Jeremiah, emp F. Water Works, h 297 Water 

Jeremiah D., emp H. W. & Co., h Matthew 

Johanna, widow John, h 71 Princeton rd, W. F. 

John, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 60 Middle street lane 

John, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 301 Water 

John, emp Grant Yarn Co., h 13 Beech lane 

John, coachman C. T. Crocker, h 29 Bond 

John, rem to New York city 

John Jr., emp J. H. Holland, h 95 Heywood 

John H., clerk 210 Main, bds 29 Bond 

Margaret T. Miss, tailoress, bds 29 Bond 
Keaveney James, emp James Hanna, bds 32 Baker 

Patrick, emp G. H. Crocker, h 13 Fourth 

Peter, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 39 Cane 
Kee Sam, laundry 341 Main, rms do. 
Keefe Bros. (John T. and Dennis J. Keefe), office 298 Main 

Catherine, widow Patrick, h 22 First 

Cornelius C, h 185 River 

Dennis J., (Keefe Bros.) bds 185 River 

Edward, laborer, bds off North ext 

John H., (M. A. Hanigan & Co.) bds 22 First 

John T., (Keefe Bros.) 298 Main, h South cor Wanoosnoc rd 

Patrick, laborer, h 54 Payson 
Keegan Eliza Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 44 Kimball 

James, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), bds 44 Kimball 

John, h 44 Kimball 



164 FITCHBURG [KJ DIRECTORY. 

Keenaban Christopher, h 105 North 

KEENE CHARLES A., V. M. S., veterinary surgeon r 257 
Main, h 129 Blossom [see page 498] 
Kehoe — see Keough 

Keith Charles S., soda water mfr, bottler and city bill poster 477 and 
479 Main, h 6 Crown 

Edward, brakeman F. R. R., bds 112 Snow 

Nella S. Miss, bookkeeper 40 Main, bds 164 Myrtle av 

Thaddeus F., emp 479 Main, bds 6 Crown 
Kekligian Arakel, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 198 Beech 
Keljik Mark A., emp I. J. A. & C, Works, bds 86 Circle 

Mazreat, einp 1. J. A. & C. Works, rms 86 Circle 

Paul, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 76 Circle 
Kelleher Daniel, emp F. A. McCauliff, bds 27 Cleghorn 

James, emp F. A. McCauliff, bds 8 Beech 

John, emp C. B. & Co., bds 713 Westminster, W. F, 

John, emp F. R. R., h 189 Water 

John H., emp E. M. D. & Co., h 259 South 

Mary, widow Stephen, h 36 Railroad 

Stephen, emp R. W T allace, h 15 Roll stone 

Stephen Jr., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 36 Railroad 
Kelley Alphonso, groceries, meat market, etc 493 Main, h 33 School 

Dennis, laborer, h 228 Canton 

Emeline, widow George W., bds 125 Westminster Hill rd 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 228 Canton 

John W., steam fitter emp 453 Main, h 37 Prichard 

Maggie Miss, emp The Fitchburg, bds do. 

— see Kelly 

KELLOGG JOHN E., (Sentinel Printing Co.) 389 Main, rms 
(6) 411 do., bds The Fitchburg 
Kelly Agnes Miss, bds 78 River 

Annie Miss, emp F. Duck Mill, bds 12 Fourth 

Annie T., widow Philip L., bds 110 Depot, W. F. 

Bridget, widow Patrick, h 55 Smith 

Charles K., teamster, h 113 Summit 

Dennis, rem to Rindge, N. H. 

Edward A., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 48 Kimball 

Esther L. Miss, emp Leominster, rms 90 Blossom 

Fanny Miss, emp F. Worsted Co., bds 270 Water 

Henrv, emp F. Paper Co., h 75 Depot, W . F. 

Henry, h 702 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Henry, laborer, h 10 Farwell pi 

James, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 87 Cleghorn 

John, laborer, h 20 Morris 

John Jr., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 20 Morris 

John F., emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., bds 13 Granite 

Michael, laborer, h 13 Granite 

Michael, laborer, h 1 Hale 



FITCHBURG [K] DIRECTORY. 165 

Kelly Michael Jr., machinist, bds 1 Hale 

Nellie Miss, rem to Boston 

Patrick, stonecutter, bds 90 Birch 

Patrick, emp D. M. Dillon, h 15 Hale 

Patrick, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 142 Leighton 

Thomas, rem to Greenfield 

Thomas, emp P. M. Co., bds 407 Main 

— see Kelley 
Kelsey Richard K., rem to New Hampshire 
Kempf Fred, fireman F. R. R., rms 52 1-2 Day 
Kempton Austin T. Rev., pastor Highland Baptist church, h 37 Cedar 

George E., rem to Boston 
Kendall Althea I. Miss, clerk 162 Main, bds 79 Mt. Vernon 

Arthur W., rem to Rotterdam Junction, N. Y. 

Charles H., steam fitter emp 453 Main, h 59 Mt. Vernon 

Charles W., pension agent 239 1-2 Main, h do. 

Edward E., emp S. Mfg Co., h 151 Harrison av 

Ella B., widow George H., h 18 Wood 

Ernest J., rem to Greenfield 

Eugene D„ machinist P. M. Co., bds 5 Prescott n Boutelle 

Ezekiel, h 58 Lawrence 

Frances A., widow George F., h 5 Prescott n Boutelle 

Frank H., cigars, tobacco and boarding house, 182 Westmin- 
ster, W. F. 

Frank W., emp F. R. R., h 24 Congress 

Henry J., emp G. E. Waite & Co., h 330 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Henry L., policeman, h 63 Boutelle 

Henry P., carpenter F. R. R. shop, h 8 Boylston 

Horace M., machinist S. R.-M. Co., h 163 Myrtle av 

Irving A., emp G. E. Waite & Co., h 38 Wachusett, W. F. 

Jerome T., blacksmith, h 2 Pearl Hill rd cor Rice 

S. Chapin, master mechanic, h 59 Mt. Vernon 

Vernon E , emp Jennison Plumbing Co., bds 163 Myrtle av 

Willard B., rem West 

William F., engineer U. M. Co., bds 5 Prescott n Boutelle 

W T illiam L., advertising manager F. Evening Mail, bds 51 South 
Kendia John, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 1 Middle street lane 
Kendrick Harry S., clerk The Fitchburg, bds do. 
Kenfield Katherine B., widow William H. H., bds 17 Highland av 
Kennan Mary L., widow Willard M., bds 92 Pri chard 
Kennealy Patrick, emp F. S. E. Co., h 606 Westminster Hill rd, 

W. F. 
Kennedy Catherine Mrs., h 488 Water 

Cornelius T., emp F. Water Works, h 68 Beech 

Hannah, widow Patrick, h 487 Water 

James J., salesman Lowe Bros. & Co , h 19 William 

John, file cutter emp F. File Works, rms 48 Day 

John, emp Beoli Co., bds 22 Vernon ct, W. F. 



166 FITCHBURG [KJ DIRECTORY. 

Kennedy John, emp M. J. Perault, h 24 First 
John P., clerk 223 Main, bds 487 Water 
Michael, crossing tender F. R. R., bds 222 Water 
Michael, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., bds 31 Willow 
Michael F., h 75 Cedar 

Michael J., carpenter and builder 86 Heywood, h do. 
Michael J., cabinet maker 1070 River, W. F.,bds r 65 Mechanic 
Patrick, h 31 Willow 

Patrick, emp Beoli Co., bds 129 Sanborn, W. F. 
Thomas, plumber F. R. R., bds 31 Willow 

KENNEDY THOMAS F., slate and gravel roofer and roofing 
materials 4 South, h 155 Harrison av [see page 485] 

Thomas F., clerk freight office N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., bds 
487 Water. 
Kennelee William, h 70 Canton 
Kennen Sarah, widow William, bds 7 Oak 
Kenney Charles H., manager 378 Main, h 39 Mechanic 

John T., emp P. M. Co., bds 136 Laurel 

Loren D., clerk F. R. R., bds 115 Myrtle av 

Mary, widow Edmund; h r 8 Salem 
Kent Edward A., bds Prescott n Bou telle 

Fred, fireman F. R. R., rms 44 Day 

Henry A., emp H. B. Dyer, h Prescott n Boutelle 

James Mrs., h 59 Lunenburg 

James A., clerk Daniel Harley, bds 46 Forest 

Timothy, machinist U. M. Co., h 46 Forest 
Kenyon Albert W., emp F. R. R. shop, h 4 Harrison av 
Keough Fred W., rem to New York City 

James G., machinist P. M. Co., h 8 Hawes 

James J., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 23 Orange 

John, bds 45 Forest 

John Jr., emp J. Becker Mfg. Co., h 45 Forest 

Mary Miss, teacher Goodrich street school, bds 19 Harvard 

Matthew, bookkeeper M. J. Perault, h 19 Harvard 

Thomas A., tel. operator F. R. R. shop, bds 8 Hawes 
Kerin Timothy, emp W. K. Proctor, bds 224 Water 
Kerpe Eric, emp Beoli Co., bds 1068 River, W. F. 

John, laborer, h 1068 River, W. F. 
Kerrigan — see Carrigan 

Kershaw James, engineer F. R. R. yard, h 42 Birch 
Kerslake John, h 65 Sanborn, W. F. 

John Jr., emp C. B. & Co., h 11 Sanborn, W. F. 
Kesala Charles, laborer, h 91 Mechanic 
Kesti Peter, laborer, bds 97 Mechanic 
Kestila Fred, clerk 494 Main, bds rear 76 Circle 
Kevlin Mary Miss, bds 32 North 

Keyes Andrew A., store keeper F. R. R. repair shop, h 105 Harri- 
son av 






FITCHBURG [KJ DIRECTORY. 167 

Keyes Charles E., mfr band saw,s and tools r 1 Main, res Leominster 
Charles E., carpenter, h 115 Harrison av 
Charles N., carpenter, h 138 Myrtle av 
Edwin K., office 239 Main, h 43 Winter 

Herbert W., foreman blacksmith 106 Lunenburg, h 5 High- 
land av 
Joseph H., clerk Damon & Gould Co., bds 25 Mechanic 
Kendall G., clerk 318 Main, h 87 Nashua 
Mellville W., emp F. R. R, shop, h 92 Nashua 
Murray K., h 43 Winter 

KEYES WILLIAM H., carpenter aud builder, office and h 
103 Snow [see page 488] 
Kibling Frank A., clerk Damon & Gould Co., h 3 Joslin pi 

Laura A., widow Frank, h 24 Payson 

Walter B., clerk 135 Main, h 14 Lawrence 
Kidder Charles M., officer at jail, h 12 1-2 Cherry 

Ellen Mrs., rem to Manchester, N. H. 

George H., train despatcher F. R. R., bds 30 Hartwell 
Kielty Annie M. Miss, h 63 Green 

Daniel N., machinist U. M. Co., h 198 Water 

Delia G. Miss, emp 150 Main, bds 63 Green 

John D., physician, surgeon and medical examiner 5 Day, h do. 

Peter B., with F. J. Pierson & Co., 190 Water, rms Salem n 
Granite 

Thomas E., manager Whitney Coal Co., h 50 River 
Kiely Thomas, emp Beoli Co., bds 22 Westminster, W. F. 
Kildijian George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 614 Main 
Killeen Michael, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 52 Highland av 
Kilmartin Dennis H., motorman F. & L. St. Ry., h 458 Water 

John H., emp J. H. Holland, bds 458 Water 

Patrick, emp A. R. Ordway, h 11 Portland 

Sarah, widow Patrick H., h 458 Water 

Stephen, laborer, h 26 Middle 

William H , emp F. S. E. Co., bds 458 Water 
Kilpatrick Ann, widow Charles, h 28 Westminster, W. F. 

Charles, emp Beoli Co., h 591 Westminster Hill rd, W r . F. 

Margaret, widow William, h 117 Leighton 
Kimball Alpheus P., rem to Washington, D. C. 

Alpheus P. Mrs., h 41 Mt. Vernon 

Annie, widow Henry J., h 105 Boutelle 

Arthur H., supt electric dept F. Gas and Electric Light Co., 
bds 41 Mt. Vernon 

Charles A., teacher high school, rms 35 Mt. Vernon 

Edward F., clerk, bds 47 High 

Elbridge C, h 161 Mt. Vernon 

Electric Co., (Herman P. Kimball) electrical engineers and 
contractors 5 and 7 Oliver 

Grace E. Miss, asst bookkeeper 5 South, bds 161 Mt. Vernon 
13 



168 FITCHBURG [KJ DIRECTORY. 

Kimball Herman P., (Kimball Electric Co.) 5 Oliver, h 79 Mt. Vernon 

John, conductor F. R. R., rms 73 Blossom 

John W., state auditor, h 47 High 

eToseph W., h 73 Blossom 

M. Lizzie Miss, teacher, bds 47 High 

Martha Mrs., nurse, rms 420 Main 

Mary G., widow Jefferson, bds 105 Boutelle 

William, h 15 Mechanic 

William C, (Kimball & Co.) 178 Main, h 215 Blossom 

Willis F., shoe stores 142 and 367 Main, h 73 Blossom 

& Co., (W. C. Kimball) clothing, hats, caps and gents' furnish- 
ings 178 Main 
Kimpton Weymouth H., fireman F. R. R., h off North ext 
Kindred Joseph L., farm hand at jail, h 220 Albee 
King Arthur E., overseer finishing F. Worsted Co., h 111 Day 

Bridget Miss, h 602 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Charles, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 41 Goodwin 

Daniel, emp F. R. R., bds 99 Heywood 

Edward F., emp C. B. & Co., bds 563 Westminster Hill rd, 
W. F. 

Frank, blacksmith emp A. A. Holt, h r 18 East 

Herbert J., fireman F. R. R., bds 54 Day 

John, emp F. R. R., h 99 Heywood 

John, emp F. Paper Co., h 563 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

John Jr., emp F. Paper Co., h 94 Rollstone 

John J., emp C. L. Fairbanks, h 148 Heywood 

Joseph, h 196 Pratt rd 

Leonard C, clerk 135 Main, h 17 Charles 

Lizzie Miss, rms 166 Main 

Louis S., emp Worcester North Savings Bank, bds 111 Day 

Margaret, widow Maurice, h 99 Heywood 

Martin, emp F. R. R., bds 99 Heywood 

Mary, widow Mortimer, bds 255 Water 

Mary A., widow Louis, h 196 Pratt rd 

Mary T. Miss, dressmaker 166 Main, rms do. 

Nicholas P., bds 563 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Patrick, laborer, bds 148 Heywood 

Peter, laborer, h 2 Cleghorn 

Royal C, conductor F. R. R., h 54 Day 

William, junk dealer, h Mt. Elam rd 

William F., emp F. P. Co., bds 563 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

— see Roy 
Kingman Arthur S., rem to Wilkinsburg, Pa. 
Kingsbury Elisha A., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 92 Day 

Frank B., emp F. Gas and Electric Light Co., rms 62 Prichard 

G. William, emp F. Gas and Electric Light Co., h 15 Chestnut 
Kingsley Benjamin F., pastor Methodist Episcopal church, W. F., h 
2 Vernon ct, do. 



FITCHBURG [K] DIRECTORY. 1 6 ( .) 

Kingston Charles H., plumber and steam fitter 33 Blossom, h do. 

Samuel H., emp Jennison Plumbing Co., h 8 Putnam 

Walter W., plater 8 Putnam, bds do. 
Kinimaki John, laborer, bds 34 Marshall 
Kinsman Abbie L. Miss, h 9 Lincoln 

Addison D., emp U. M. Co., bds 9 Lincoln 

Charles W., foreman sawmill J. dishing & Co., h 29 Lincoln 

Cyrus C, teamster and jobber, h 234 Mechanic 

Elizabeth L., widow Samuel, bds 34 Boutelle 

Frank E., emp U. M. Co., h Prescott n Boutelle 

Frank E., marble worker emp 257 Main, h 18 Boutelle 

Frederick G., h 261 Main 

James E., emp S. R.-M. Co., h Ringe rd n Mechanic 

Lillie A. Miss, emp Leominster, bds 53 Mt. Vernon 

Lorenzo, farmer, h 234 Mechanic 

Solon J., rem to Worcester 

Walter L., emp freight house N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 53 
Mt. Vernon 

William, emp F. S. Lovell Machine Works, bds 38 East 

Willie L., carpenter emp F. S. Lovell Machine Works, h 38 
East 
Kirby Annie K. Miss, clerk 147 Main, bds 14 Middle 

Charles E., agent Travellers' Insurance Co. and investment se- 
curities (2^ 162 Main, h 67 Mt. Vernon 

John EL, carpenter and builder 14 Middle, h do. 

Martin F., emp F. Duck Mill, h Duck Mill rd 

Philip J., painter emp F. R. R., rms 43 Blossom 
Kirkhouse George, emp Beoli Co., h 221 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Kirkor John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 80 Circle 
Kirkorin Charles, shoemaker 1 Summer, rms 400 Main 
Kirouac Cyprian, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 17 Sheridan 

Edmund, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 17 Sheridan 
Kirkpatrick E. A., teacher normal school, h 26 Atlantic av 
Kiss William, florist 458 South, h do. 
Kittredge Frank, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 5 Academy 

George W., clerk 2 Main, h 7 Brigham park 

Ida Miss, emp Orswell Mills, bds 35 Crescent 

James, h 5 Academy 

James, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), bds 5 Academy 

Malachi J., billiards and bowling 31 Day, h 85 Highland av 

Michael, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 66 Goddard 

Nicholas, rem to Pawtucket, R. I. 

Patrick F., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 5 Academy 

William, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 5 Academy 
Kivlon James, rem to Princeton 

Mary T. Miss, teacher, bds 70 Myrtle av 

Michael, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 78 Harrison av 



170 FITCHBURG [K] DIRECTORY. 

KIVLON MICHAEL, coal dealer 163 Main, h 70 Myrtle av 
[see page 468] 

Owen F., rem to New York 

Owen F., einp 163 Main, bds 70 Myrtle av 

Thomas, emp U. M. Co.. h 69 Brigham park 
Kjellstrand August W., Rev. pastor Swedish Lutheran Emanuel 

church, h 28 1-2 Arlington 
Klaus Ernest, baker emp 9 Blossom, bds 133 1-2 do. 
Klebanow Herriss, peddler, rms 48 Jerry 
Klein Morton A., engineer's assistant F. R. R., rms 5 Cherry 
Klemens —see Clemens 

Kling Winney, emp Beoli Co., bds 774 Westminster Hill rd. W. F. 
Klingburg Carl, h 77 Marshall 
Knapp Daniel S., emp E. Davis & Son, bds 250 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Sophia, widow Edward, h 69 Bemis 
Knight Addie E. Miss, dressmaker 32 Winter, h do. 

Albert, upholsterer and interior decorator 54 Lawrence, h do. 

Albert M., electrician rear 1 Main, h 1 Bemis 

Alfred, h 32 Winter 

Emily B., widow Frederick, h 92 Nashua 

Frederick, brakeman F. R. R., rms 9 Snow 

Frederick H., billiard, pool and lunch rooms 1048 River, W. F., 
rms 1 Cottage sq 

Herbert A., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 32 Winter 

Ida M. Mrs., h 13 Snow 

Nellie, widow Theodore R., bds 11 Morris 

Walter A., printer emp 25 Water, bds 54 Lawrence 
Knights Elizabeth C , widow Levi, h Turnpike n Leominster line 

Frank L., machinist F. M. Works, bds 6 Harrison av 

L. Wilder, farmer, h Turnpike n Leominster line 

of Columbus Hall, 125 Main 
Knowles Harry H., clerk 153 Main, rms 39 Blossom 

John H., machinist, h Mt. Elam rd 

Madison A., clerk 153 Main, rms 39 Blossom 

Mary A., widow John, h 34 Grove 

KNOWLTON GEORGE B., hardware, stoves, plumbing, etc., 
3 Main, h 102 Blossom [see page 465] 
Knox Cyrus H., yard clerk F. R. R., h 43 Brigham park 

Edward C, clerk freight office F. R. R., bds 43 Brigham park 
Harry L., cashier John Hancock Mut. Life Ins. Co., bds 43 
Brigham park 
Knuutlila Abram, laborer, h 147 Mechanic 
Kobsala Charles, laborer, bds 85 Mechanic 
Koejela Sandor, laborer, bds 1068 River, W. F. 
Koetsch Louis, emp Beoli Co., h 7 Terrace pi, W. F. 
Kohler Carl, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 65 Leighton 

Hugo, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 69 Leighton 
Koivisto Esa, laborer, h 149 Mechanic 



FITCHBURG [L] DIRECTORY. 171 

Kolin John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 118 Leighton 
Konieczny Karl, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 1 Middle street lane 
Konvalinka Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 84 Leighton 
Koovokian Jacob, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 97 Beech 

Simon, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 97 Beech 
Korvila Frederick, emp P. M. Co., bds 20 Harwood pi 
Koski Andro, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 85 Mechanic 
John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 97 Mechanic 
John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 99 Mechanic 
John J., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 8 Brigham 
Koss Albert, emp Grant Yarn Co., h 35 First 
Krantz Nils, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 10 Highland ct 
Krau Carl, baker emp 306 Main, h r 68 Marshall 
Kraus Louis, emp Beoli Co., h 86 Leighton 

Timothy, rem to Germany 
Krauss Henry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h King opp Pratt 
Kreimer John H., farmer, h 335 Water 
Krou Karl, emp Nelson & Swanson, h 126 High 
Knehl Hugo, teacher violin, etc., h 59 Walton 
Kuhn Benjamin M., emp Fred Kuhn, bds 1 Redman 
Charlotte A., widow Lewis H., bds 1 Redman 

KUHN FRED L., machinist and mfr small stationary steam 
engines and special machinery 170 Lunenburg, h 1 Red- 
man [see page 437] 
Kujanen Nikolai, laborer, h 99 Mechanic 

KULWINSKI MAX, dry goods and clothing and skirt mfr 
183 Fairmount, rms 220 do. [see page 460] 
Kumo Izak, laborer, h 145 Charles 
Kunz Antti, laborer, bds 12 Harwood pi 
Kurbuz Madiros, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 612 Main 
Kurki Michael, painter emp 1 Circle, h 140 Leighton 
Kurnin P., h 61 Townsend 
Kustassan Nikolai, laborer, bds 97 Mechanic 

L'Abbe August, emp Beoli Co., h 22 Daniels 

LABBE ALFRED, grocer and meat market 146 Water, h 146 
1-2 do. [see page 478] 

Prosper Mrs., h 22 Daniels 
Laberge Alphonse, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 37 Walnut 

Arthur, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 265 River 

Eli, laborer, h 5 Beech lane 

Frank J., clerk 385 Main, bds 239 River 

Henry, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 265 River 

Joachim, rem to Townsend 

John M., h 272 Pratt rd 

Mitchell, laborer, h r 265 River 

Victor, emp J. Cushing & Co., h 35 Middle street lane 
Labonte Joseph, emp Orswell Mills, bds 25 Federal 



172 FITCHBURG [L] DIRECTORY. 

Labrie Minnie Mrs., rms 407 Main 

Lacey Charles E., groceries and crockery 5 Westminster, W. F., h 
120 Ashburnham do. 

Henry J., h 3 Westminster, W. F. 

Ida M. Miss, clerk E M. Read, bds 3 Westminster, W. F. 

Mary, widow Thomas, emp F. P. Co., h 602 Westminster Hill 
rd, W. F. 
Lachance Narcisse, baker emp 29 Daniels, h 4 Cleghorn 
Lacharite Athanase, widow John, bds 280 Water 

Napoleon, emp F. W. Co., h 280 Water 
Lackard Fred, coachman C. A. Cross, h 30 Church 
Lackey James, clerk 493 Main, rms hose house Factory sq 
Lackstrom Anna Miss, dressmaker (3) 167 Main, rms do. 
LaClair Fred, blacksmith emp Robert Burns, h 14 Baker 

Joseph, rem to Boston 

Maurice, clerk 34 Main, bds 149 Winter 

— see Leclair 
Lacourciere Amable, laborer, bds Ashburnham Hill rd n West 
Lacroix Alphonse, grocer 44 Pratt, h off do 

James, laborer, h 62 Middle 

Louis, emp F. R. R. shop, bds 68 Bemis 

Mary Miss, emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 602 River 
Ladata Jacob, weaver, h 12 Kimball 
Laducer Lucy, widow Titus, bds 35 Arlington 
Laflamme Edward, emp J. Gushing & Co., h 298 South 
Lafleur Eusebe, emp city, h 12 Baker 

Eusebe, laborer, h 24 Baker 

Francis, h 25 Baker 

Lazard Mrs., h 9 Laflamme pi 

Napoleon, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 227 Water 

Paul, machine tender Falulah Paper Co., bds 57 Sheridan 
Laforest Mary, widow Amos, h r 227 West 
Lafortune Alcide, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 187 Fairmount 

Arthur, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 197 Fairmount 

George, laborer, h 52 Plymouth 

Thomas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 197 Fairmount 
Lafosse Edward, rem to Canada 

Edward Jr., laborer, h 106 Canton 

Henry, emp F. S. B. Co., h 106 Canton 
Lafountain Adelard, rem to Warwick 

Clarence, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 76 Plymouth 

Rose, widow E. Peter, h 5 Fifth 

Vilbon Frank, emp F. R. R. shop, h 116 Melrose 

William, emp F. A. McCauliff, h 225 West 
Lafrance Louis, emp F. R. R., h 69 Payson 
Lafreniere Albert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 27 Baker 
Lagace Arthur, photographer 175 Fairmount, h do. 
Lagarde Henry, emp M. J. Perault, bds 32 Granite 



FITOHBUEG [ L J DIRECTORY. 173 

Lagarde Ludger, stone cutter, h 32 Granite 
Lagenarde — see Legnard 

Lagesse Peter, emp W. Edwards Slate Co., bds 120 Green 
Lahde John W., editor Idan Uutiset (The Eastern News) 99 Me- 
chanic, h do. 
Lahti Peter, grocer 185 Rollstone, h do. 

Laird Hugh McD., overseer Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 32 Bond 
Laitala Matti, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 50 Franklin 
Lajoie Charles, laborer, h Wanoosnoc rd 

Edmund, asst supt John Hancock Mut. Life Ins. Co., rms 110 
Blossom 

Henry J., emp H. B. Adams, bds Wanoosnoc rd 
Lakso Israel, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 212 Rollstone 

Ivar, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 34 Marshall 

John, emp O. E. Litchfield, h 7 Hazel 
Lally Julia B. Miss, clerk 290 Main, bds Turnpike cor Old Saw 
Mill rd, W. F. 

Patrick, fireman F. Paper Co., h 954 River, W. F. 

Thomas, emp C. B. & Co., h Turnpike c Old Saw Mill rd, W. F. 

William, emp Beoli Co., bds 954 River, W. F. 
Lalonde Alex, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 634 Water 

Joseph, rem to Canada 
Lamb C. F. Mrs., (Lamb & Jacobs), (4) 176 Main, h 43 Goodwin 

Charles F., letter carrier, h 43 Goodwin 

Chester F., h 40 Highland av 

Edna M. Miss, teacher, bds 85 Day 

Hiram H., machinist P. M. Co , h 85 Day 

J. Albert, sexton Rollstone church, h 8 Douglass av 

J. William, rem to Leominster 

Oscar W., emp J. E. Putnam, h 130 Pacific 

Ruth A., widow Leander W., h 94 Snow 

William W., clerk 405 Main, h 32 Kimball 

& Jacobs (Mrs. C. F. Lamb and Henry M. Jacobs), corset par- 
lor (4) 176 Main 
Lambert Alexander, laborer, h 219 West 

Alfred, laborer, h 21 Birch 

Benjamin, laborer, h 13 Devlin 

Elzear, emp F. F. Woodward & Co., h 572 River 

Henry, laborer, bds 13 Devlin 

Jerome, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 13 Daniels 

Joseph, barber 33 Day, h 102 Boutelle 

Joseph, emp Leominster, h Mt. Vernon n Blossom 

Joseph E., agt John Hancock Ins. Co.,h 12 Falulah 

Michael, carpenter, h 28 Falulah 

Michael, Jr., carpenter, bds 28 Falulah 

Prim, laborer, bds 13 Devlin 

Stephen F.. (T. J. & S. F. Lambert) 183 Main, res Boston 

T. J. & S. F., job printers 183 Main 



174 FITCHBUEG [LJ DIRECTORY, 

Lambert Thomas, teamster, bds 126 Pacific 

Thomas J., (T. J. & S. F. Lambert) 183 Main, h 66 Lunenburg 
Lambi John, laborer, h 97 Mechanic 
Lamere Arthur J., dentist (9) 229 Main, rms do. 
Lammi Gustaf, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 8 Brigham 

Matti, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 143 Charles 
Lamontagne Aubert, carpenter, h 200 Fairmount 
L'Amoreaux Adeline, widow Joseph Albert, h 170 Kimball 

Albert, clerk 249 River, h 170 Kimball 

Bellini, rem to Canada 

Edward, carpenter, h 55 North 

Joseph, rem to Gardner 
Lamothe Amand, emp R. Wallace, h 210 Fairmount 

Aime, clerk, bds 197 Fairmount 

George, meat market 53 Bemis and 1 Plymouth, h 42 Daniels 

Henry, farmer, h Ashby rd cor Scott rd 

Henry, farmer, h Thurston rd cor Scott rd 

Nazaire, engineer F. A. McCauliff, h 98 Plymouth 

Simeon, emp R. Wallace, h 197 Fairmount 

William, emp Nockege Mill, bds 42 Daniels 
Lamparter Martin, h 41 Blossom 
Lamson Eugene C, emp F. R. R., h 61 Congress 
Lancaster C. Henry Mrs., bds 116 Myrtle av 

Mamie A. Miss, dressmaker emp 152 Main, bds 116 Myrtle av 

Ralph, emp Hardy & Pinder, bds 134 Pacific 
Lancio — see Lonzo 

Landeen Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 62 Goddard 
Landry Adolphus, rem to Providence, R. I. 

Aime D., emp F. F. Woodward & Co.,h 616 River 

Alexander, carpenter, bds 21 Allen 

Charles, emp Orswell Mills, bds 21 Allen 

Daniel, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 616 River 

Daniel, carpenter, h 53 Allen 

Honore P., h 2 Cleghorn 

Oliver, mason, h 14 Rockland 

Pasquale, rem to Providence, R. I. 

Peter, emp F. R. R. shop, h 44 Madison 

Thomas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 186 Water 

Thomas, Jr., rem to Providence, R. I. 

William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 21 Allen 
Lane Agnes M. Miss, teacher high school, bds 332 Lunenburg 

Bridget, widow Thomas, h 112 Westminster, W. F. 

Clinton T., foreman S. R.-M. Co., bds 46 Milk 

Elizabeth A. Miss, rem to St. Albans, Vt. 

Emma L. Miss, bds The Fitchburg 

Franklin T., farmer, h 332 Lunenburg 

Henry W., asst sec Y. M. C. A., rms 98 Blossom 

Laura P., widow Allen F., bds 17 Highland av 



FITCHBURG [L] DIRECTORY. 175 

Lane Mary J., widow George E., h 81 Laurel 

Newell T., agent Grand Union Tea Co., rms 98 Blossom 
Laney Thomas, emp F. W. Co., bds 22 Hale 
Lang Anna F. Miss, rem to Gardner 

Florian, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 122 Kimball 

John, rem to Town send 

Thomas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 71 Cleghorn 

William H., h 68 Blossom 
Langer Adolph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), h 41 Marshall 
Langevin Ulderic, rem to Ware 
Langille Allison M., emp Beoli Co., h 63 Sanborn, W. F. 

Fred, rem to Bolton 

Harry, emp Beoli Co., bds 63 Sanborn, W. F. 

James, rem to Nova Scotia 
Langley Charles O., emp F. R. R. shop, h 15 Belmont 

Edith Mrs., bds 164 Myrtle av 
Langlois Alphonse, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h off 73 Daniels 

Louis, stonemason, bds 29 Devlin 

Norbert, bds 34 Falulah 
Lanouette Alvida, emp Beoli Co., bds 25 Pratt 

Casimir, laborer, h 25 Pratt 

Exelofas, emp F. F. Woodward & Co., bds 25 Pratt 

Joseph, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 25 Pratt 

Oliver, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 21 Daniels 

Oliver Mrs., milliner, h 21 Daniels 

Philemore, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 212 Pratt rd 

Philias, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 87 Cleghorn 
Lanphear Elmer E. rem to Lunenburg 

George W., emp F. S. B. Co., h 36 Cherry 
Lanti Andrew, laborer, bds 183 Rollstone 
Lapierre Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 188 Fairmount 
Lapointe Amelia, widow Thomas, h 80 Plvmouth 

LAPOINTE HENRY P., architect (41) 229 Main, res Aver 
[see page 486] 

Thomas, emp F. R. R. shops, h 227 Summer 
Lappen James P., blacksmith emp 7 Brook, bds 24 Forest 
Laprade Gilbert, emp F. R. R. shop, h 37 Albee 

John, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 37 Albee 

Peter, carpenter, h 36 Albee 
Laprise Alphonse, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 158 Intervale 
Laramee Albert, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 73 Daniels 

Alcide, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 73 Daniels 

Joseph, laborer, h 73 Daniels 
LaReau Adolphine Mrs., h 49 Pratt 
Larkin Bridget, widow Thomas, h 42 Willow 

Ellen Miss, h 47 Willow 

Hanna M. Miss, clerk 32 Day, bds 42 Willow 

Martin C, livery, boarding and sales stable 53 Prichard, h 74 
Green 






176 FITCHBURG [L] 



DIRECTORY. 



Larkin Michael, horse clipper and trainer 53 Priehard, bds 42 Willow 

Nellie E. Miss, dressmaker 42 Willow, bds do. 

Peter, bds 42 Willow 

Thomas Jr., horse dealer, bds American House 

Winifred Miss, dressmaker, bds 47 Willow 
Laroche Hercule, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 33 Madison 

Louis N., carriage painter, bds 569 Main 

Napoleon F., emp B. M. Pitts, h 569 Main 

Raoul, teamster F. Water Works, h 75 Circle 

— see Stone 
Larocque George M., emp L. A. Gosselin, h 172 Lunenburg 
Larrabee Charles, fireman F. R. R., rms 41 Blossom 
LaRue A. Horace, grocer 142 Water and undertaker 59 Walnut, h 
103 Nashua 

Susan A. Mrs., dressmaker 103 Nashua, h do. 
Larssen Bengt, foreman Iver Johnson's Arms and Cycle Works, h r 
409 Main 

John P., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 118 Leighton 

Karl O , emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 2 Gibson pi 

Martin, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 58 Goddard 

Sophie, widow Carl, h 2 Gibson pi 
Lashua — see Lajoie 
Lassala Matti, laborer, h 4 Hazel 
Latour Louis J., canvasser, h 52 Walnut 
Latter Fred L., foreman S. G. Cushing, h 33 Forest 
Laurain Trefle, laborer, h 143 Charles 
Laurel Hill Cemetery, entrances Laurel and Franklin 

Street School, Laurel cor Charles 
Lauzon Henry, emp A. A. Marshall, h Marshall rd 
Lavallee Oliver, laborer, h 614 Main 
Laventure David, laborer, bds 14 Farwell pi 

Edward, emp city, h Ashby rd 

Henry P., painter emp 13 Brook, h Rindge rd n Mechanic 

Rose, widow Louis N., bds 14 Lincoln 

William, farmer, bds Ashby rd 
Laverdure George, rem to Providence, R. I. 

Joseph, laborer, h 19 Chester 
Lavin Abraham, tailor, h r 32 Putnam 
Laviolette Julien, stone mason, h 167 Pratt rd 
Lavoie Adolph W., emp F. R. R. shop, h 77 Mack 

Alfred, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 37 Middle street lane 

Augustus, emp F. W. Co., h 4 Lancaster 

Fred, emp C. H. Brown & Co., bds 94 Culley 

George, meat peddler 170 Kimball, bds do. 

George, emp F. R. R. shop, h 65 Albee 

John, grocer 25 Clarendon, h 175 Fairmount 

Joseph, mason, h 90 Plymouth 

Napoleon, laborer, h 94 Culley 






FITCHBURG [L] DIRECTORY. 177 

Lavoie Theophile, laborer, h 3 7 Middle street lane 

Lawler John, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 227 Water 

Lawrence Abbott F., emp Lowe Bros. & Co., h High Rock rd 

Abbott W., emp E. M. D. & Co., h 40 East 

Abram G., farmer, h 264 Westminster Hill rd 

Albert B., (Lawrence Sons & Co.) 40 Main, h 91 Summer 

Albert H., emp F. R. R , bds 63 Arlington 

Arthur, emp E. F. B. & Co., bds 63 Arlington 

C. L. Mrs., rem to Worcester 

Charles H., emp F. R. R., h 63 Arlington 

Charles L., rem to Worcester 

David L., carpenter, h 90 Day 

Edith L. Miss, music teacher 53 Highland av, bds do. 

Edward, emp J. Cushing & Co., bds 32 Putnam 

Edward W 7 ., h 176 Blossom 

Emma M. Mrs., housekeeper 94 Snow 

Florence F., widow George L., bds 20 Oliver 

George B., bds head of Day 

George H., engineer E. F. B. & Co., h 6 Harrison av 

George W., carpenter, h Alpine rd n Westminster Hill rd,W r . F. 

Grace Miss, bds 52 Hartwell 

Harry A., (Lawrence Sons & Co.) 40 Main, bds 91 Summer 

Harry W., printer, bds 79 Snow 

Henry, emp J. Cushing & Co., h 32 Putnam 

Herbert O., bds 68 Summer 

Herbert W., manager Main Street Market Co. 80 Main, bds 94 
Snow 

H. Nelson, (S. S. & H. N. Lawrence) 26 Highland av, bds do. 

Ivers P., salesman M. Webber, bds 91 Summer 

Josephine V., widow Omon H., h 68 Summer 

Lewis S., clerk post-office, bds 20 Oliver 

Maria T., widow George A, h head of Day 

Mary E. Mrs., emp Leominster, bds 20 Cross 

Oliver, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 11 Brigham 

Ralph C, (Lawrence Sons & Co.) 40 Main, bds 91 Summer 

LAWRENCE SONS & CO., (Albert B. Lawrence, Harry A. 
Lawrence and Ralph C. Lawrence), hardware, iron, steel, 
agricultural tools and carriage supplies, 40 Main [see 
page 466] 
S. Blanchley, foreman depts 6 and 7 P. M. Co., rms 79 Prichard 
Sumner P., h 107 Prichard 

Sumner S., (S. S. & H. N. Lawrence) 26 Highland av, h do. 
S. S. & H. N., (Sumner S. and H. Nelson Lawrence) masons 

and builders 26 Highland av 
William A., emp J. H. Cobleigh, bds 368 Main 
William F., job printer 173 Main, h 79 Snow 
Lawson Samuel, h 51 Myrtle av 



178 FITCHBURG [ L] 



DIRECTORY. 



LAWSON SAMUEL C, attorney-at-law (3 and 4) 191 Main, 
bds 51 Myrtle av [see page 445] 
Thomas, carpenter, rms 48 Lay 
Lawton Alfred R., clerk 382 Main, bds 150 Myrtle av 
Asa S., real estate, h 46 Myrtle av 
Ernest O., bds 150 Myrtle av 
George E., clerk 146 Main, bds 86 Nashua 
George F., engineer F. Mfg. Co., h 16 Terrace pi, W. F. 
Furniture Co., Roswell I. Lawton manager, house furnishing 
goods 382 Main 

LAWTON ROBERT, real estate and insurance agent (24) 145 
Main, h 19 Beacon [see page 448] 

Roswell I., manager 382 Main, h 150 Myrtle av 
Leach Charles A., horse dealer, bds Turnpike, W. F. 

George W., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 51 Jackson av 
Leadbetter Chipman O., asst supt Met. Life Ins. Co. (22)117 Main, 

res Leominster 
Leaders Henry, emp F. Paper Co., h 6o Depot, W. F. 
Leahy Kate Miss, h 39 Middle 

Patrick, emp F. Paper Co., h 879 River, W. F. 
Learned George S., (French & Learned) 27 Prichard, bds 3 Milk 
Leary James, h off Princeton rd, Crockerville, W. F. 

John, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., bds 49 Spruce 

John, emp C. B. & Co., h 228 Westminster, W. F. 

John, emp Beoli Co., h 56 Institute, W. F. 

John W., (Leary & Terrell) 5 Hazel, h 32 Leighton 

Timothy D., rem to Leominster 

LEARY & TERRELL, (John W. Leary and George A. Ter- 
rell) granite quarriers Rollstone Hill, office 5 Hazel [see 
page 483] 
Leathe William M., h 57 Blossom 
Leathers Henry R., foreman F. Steel Ball Co., h 154 Myrtle av 

William E., grocer and mfr extracts 80 Cedar, h do. 
Leaver Samuel Mrs., rem to New York 
Leavitt James, emp H. W. & Co., h 109 Birch 

Johanna, widow Michael, h Monroe n Birch 

Nellie B. Miss, dressmaker, bds 109 Birch 
Lebarge — see Laberge 
Lebbanen Henry, laborer, bds 14 Walnut 
Lebel Israel, emp Orswell Mills, bds r 203 Fairmount 
Lebisto Alec, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 97 Mechanic 
Leblanc Abraham J., emp F. R. R. shop, h 11 Second 

Allaire, emp F. R. R. shop, h 275 Fairmount 

Bernabe, emp P. M. Co., bds 11 Second 

Calixte, emp Beoli Co., bds 50 Allen 

Celina Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 188 Water 

Fabien, rem to Gardner 

Ilattie, widow Fabien, bds 25 Federal 



FITCHBURG [L] DIRECTORY. 179 

Leblanc Henry, emp Grant Yarn Co ., bds 616 River 

Henry, emp F. R. R. shop, bds 27 Baker 

Jaddus N., rem to West Gardner 

Joseph, painter emp G. Buckley, h 120 Kimball 

Joseph, emp Orswell Mills, h 4 Pratt 

Joseph, groceries, etc. 163 Fairmount, h do. 

Malcolm, emp F. R. R. shop, bds 25 Second 

Maxime, carpenter, h 32 Federal 

Napoleon, painter, emp G. Buckley, bds 120 Kimball 

Nelson, fish market 83 Fairmount, h 85 do. 

Onesime, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h r 199 Fairmount 

Ovid P., emp F. R. R., bds 265 Fairmount 

Paul, mason, bds 174 Fairmount 

Philias, laborer, h 87 Fairmount 

Philias, emp F. R. R. shops, h 32 Third 

Philip, watchman Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 19 Woodland 

Philip, emp city, h 21 Allen 

Pierre, laborer, bds 187 Fairmount 

Pierre N., shoe store 89 Fairmount, bds 83 do. 

Pierre P., carpenter, h 83 Fairmount 

Richard, blacksmith, h 79 Columbus 

Samuel, carpenter, h 25 Federal 

Sifroi, emp Beoli Co., bds 79 Columbus 

Thomas, carpenter, h 19 Chester 

Wilfred, carpenter, h 87 Fairmount 

— see White 
LeBceuf Hercule, rem to Canada 

John, laborer, h Brier n Culley 
Leckie Alexander M., baker emp 130 River, bds 17 Goddard 

Edward, tailor, h 17 Goddard 

James, clerk 493 Main, bds 17 Goddard 
Leclair Alfred, emp C. L. Fairbanks, bds 572 River 

Alfred, blacksmith, h 14 Baker 

Alphonse, emp S. Mfg. Co. and barber 40 Falulah, h do. 

Antoine, laborer, h 36 Columbus 

Arthur, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 87 Cleghorn 

Denis, emp F. W. Co., h 270 Water 

Edward, barber 122 Fairmount, h 60 Columbus 

Flora Mrs., bds 141 Fairmount 

Fred, horseshoer emp 27 Oliver, b 14 Baker 

Frederick, stone worker, bds 270 Water 

Frederick, emp Beoli Co.. bds 36 Columbus 

Joseph D., rem to Fall River 

Maurice, tailor emp 34 Main, rms 158 Water 

Remi, laborer, h 87 Cleghorn 

Wilfred, rem to Canada 
L'Ecuyer Alfred, emp F. A. McCauliff, bds 37 Daniels 

Alfred, emp F. W. Co., h 50 North 



180 FITCHBURG [L] DIRECTORY. 

L'Ecuyer Arthur, emp Orswell Mills, bds 37 Daniels 

Charles, laborer, h Ashburnham Hill rd 

David, emp Orswell Mills, h 262 River 

Herminigilde, widow Louis, h 37 Daniels 

John, laborer, h 37 Walnut 

John B., barber 62 Green, h 70 North 

Joseph, emp F. R. R.,bds 37 Daniels 

Joseph, emp Orswell Mills, bds Ashburnham Hill rd 

Louis, Jr., meat market 37 Daniels, h do. 

Thomas, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 88 Falulah 
Leduc Edward, laborer, bds 42 Phillips, W. F. 

Oliver, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 54 Falulah rd 
Lee Edward, overseer spinning room Beoli Co., h 592 Westminster 
Hill rd, W. F. 

Joseph L., emp Beoli Co., bds 1019 River, W. F. 

K. P., (Henry & Co.) Fairmount n Oak Hill av, res New York 

Lizzie Miss, domestic at jail, rms do. 

Margaret I. Miss, clerk Nathan & Remington, bds 592 West- 
minster Hill rd, W. F. 

Ming, laundry 6 1-2 Main, rms do. 

Michael, emp F. Paper Co., h 1019 River, W. F. 
Lefebvre Albert, emp F. W. Co., bds 53 Newton 

George, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 12 Baker 

Joseph, rem to Ashburnham 

Mina, widow Louis, h 20 Baker 
Legare John, mason, h 67 Fairmount 
Legault Benjamin, rem to Leominster 
Legendre Xenophon, mason, h 142 Madison 
Leger Albert, emp Orswell Mills, bds 200 Fairmount 

Andre, emp F. F. Woodward & Co., h 602 River 

Andre, emp F. R. R. shop, h 39 Allen 

Anselm, laborer, h 50 Allen 

Beloni, rem to New Brunswick 

Calice, emp Beoli Co., h 60 Madison 

Caroline, widow Sifioi, h 2 Cleghorn 

Christine Miss, emp Orswell Mills, bds 191 Fairmount 

Daniel, h 119 Madison 

Elphege, clerk 249 River, bds 83 Fairmount 

Evangeline Miss, emp Orswell Mills, bds 192 Fairmount 

Frank, carpenter, h 8 Leger 

George, emp Orswell Mills, h 46 Allen 

John, painter, bds 46 Allen 

John, emp I. J. A. & C.W 7 orks, h 156 Kimball 

Jude, laborer, h 616 River 

Jude, emp F. R. R. shop, h 32 Federal 

Millige, emp Bartow & Cookson, h 265 Fairmount 

Oliver, emp C. A. Priest Lumber Co., bds 27 Baker 

Philias, emp W. A. Garno, h 75 Fairmount 



FTTCHBURG [L] DIRECTORY. 181 

Leger Philip, emp R. A. Leonard, bds 598 River 

Philip A., erap F. R. R. shop, h 32 Federal 

Sebastian, emp R. A. Leonard, h 200 Fairmount 

Simon, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 616 River 
Legnard Julia A. Mrs., h 266 Water 

Solomon, fireman F. W. Co., and soda water mfr 268 Water, h 
266 do. 
Legros Edward, carpenter, h 98 Plymouth 

Edward 2d, rem to Worcester 

Gaspard Mrs., h 66 Columbus 

Gaspard Jr., carpenter, h 40 Madison 

Lucien, carpenter, h 84 Columbus 
Legrow Ira F., rem to Somerville 

Joseph S., teamster 7 Townsend, h do. 
Legytt Charles, farmer, h Princeton rd, W. F. 

Harriet Miss, bds 8 Beacon 
Leigh ton Frank A., engineer, h 7 Park 

Ned Jean, engineer F. R. R., h 15 Chestnut 
Leimata Andro, laborer, h 97 Mechanic 
Leiper John, supt. F. Mfg. Co., h 88 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Leister — see Lester 
Leland Charles H., clerk 228 Main, rms 26 Blossom 

Florence Miss, compositor F. Sentinel, rms 21 Oliver 
Lemay Arthur R., glazier W. C. Johnson, bds 69 Payson 

Charles A., machinist F. S. E. Co., h 14 Lincoln 

Ernestine Miss, rem to Canada 

Henry, rem to Clinton 

Peter A., blacksmith emp 203 Water, h 69 Payson 

Peter A. Mrs., dressmaker 69 Payson, h do. 

Peter A. Jr., machinist, bds 69 Payson 

Pierre, emp F. R. R., h 14 Rockland 
Lemieux Francis, laborer, h 37 Daniels 

John, emp F. R. R. shop, h 17 Sheridan 

Narcisse, emp Beoli Co., h 67 Fairmount 
Lemoine Charles, laborer, h 55 Canton 

Clementine Miss, ernp F. W. Co., bds 8 Fourth 
Lemoyne Joseph, laborer W. A. Garno, h 32 Falulah rd 
Lenahan Patrick, brakeman F. R. R., rms 39 Blossom 
Lenk Charles H., rem to Boston 
Lennon Charles, emp F. Worsted Co., h 119 Albee 

Francis, emp city, h 30 Middle 

John F., machinist F. R. R., h 37 Walnut 

Nellie E. Miss, h 158 W r ater 
Lenz Adolpb, teamster emp Greene & Sneddon, h 54 West 
Leonard Abbie M., widow Roscoe A., h 8 Waverly 

Edward, emp city, h 28 Westminster, W. F. 

Elbridge G., molder P. M. Co., rms 53 Snow 

Mary A. Miss, teacher, bds 1077 River, W. F. 



182 FITCHBTJRG [L] DIRECTORY. 

Leonard Patrick H., emp F. R. R., rms (6) 17 Blossom 

Richard A., box mfr 64 Westminster, h 1077 River, W. F. 

Richard D., barber 148 Water, h 185 do. 
Lepista Alex, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 87 Mechanic 

Erik, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 85 Mechanic 
Leppala Enoch, emp W. A. Garno, h 232 Lunenburg 
Leppert Herman, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 353 Rollstone 

Max, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 353 Rollstone 
Leroy Harriet, widow John L., bds 10 Cottage sq 

John R., conductor F. & L. St. Ry., h 10 Cottage sq 
Leroux John, laborer, h Ashburnham Hill rd 

Salime, laborer, h 89 Cleghorn 
Leslie W T illiam, h 9 Kimball 

L'Esperance Louis O., (L'Esperance & Burns) 144 Water, h 69 
Payson 

& Burns ( Louis O. L'Esperance and Thomas J. Burns), drug- 
gists 144 Water 
Lessard Charles, jobber, coal and wood dealer 36 Daniels, h off 75 do. 

John, rem to Providence, R. I. 
Lester Robert C, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 52 Jerry 
Lesure Arthur P., cutter emp F. Shirt Co., h 129 Albee 

Ellen J. Miss, h 35 Nutting 

Frank G. (Allen & Lesure), 146 Main, h 86 Nashua 

Frank W., clerk 158 Main, h 13 Highland av 

George H., emp F. R. R. shop, h 98 Myrtle av 
Letellier Arthur, barber 507 Main, bds 24 Snow 

Cyrille, boarding house, 24 Snow 
Letters Frank N., removed to Franklin, N. H. 
Leucht Herman, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 15 Rocklaud 
Leupold Adam, emp Parkhill MfgT Co. (C), h 94 Beech 
Levasseur Alfred, laborer, h 44 Nashua 

Telesphore, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 267 Water 

Thomas, emp F. Worsted Co., bds 44 Nashua 
Levesque Frank, rem to Salem 

George W., trav salesman, bds 578 River 

Joseph, h 38 Columbus 

Murray, real estate 4 Cleghorn, h do. 

Zephirin, confectionery, etc. 578 River, h do. 
Levite Mary, widow George, h 6 Washington 

Napoleon A., clerk 47 Daniels, h 16 Market 
Levy Alvah M., attorn ey-at-law, notary and justice of peace, (Haynes 

& Levy) (7) 129 Main, bds 59 Highland av 
Lewis Arthur J., engineer F. R. R., h 63 Forest 

Arvilla Mrs., rem to Leominster 

Catharine, widow Michael, h 196 Water 

Edward F., conductor N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 72 Day 

George H., emp F. R. R., h 138 Pleasant 

George L., carpenter, h 27 Cedar 



FITCHBURG [L] DIRECTORY. IS.'} 

Lewis George T., painter and paper hanger 86 Pacific, h do. 

LEWIS HENRY J., home bakery 24 Laurel and lunch wagon 
Main cor Oliver, rms 22 Laurel [see page 472] 

Herman J., erap E. F. B. & Co., rms 28 Blossom 

Hugh, h 181 Ashburnham, W. F. 

James, emp Beoli Co., h 250 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Ormond G., fireman F. R. R., bds 48 Day 

Samuel P., wood turner emp L. Brown, h 163 Rollstone 

Thomas, emp F. M. Works, h 224 Water 

William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 196 W T ater 
L'Heureux Joseph Amedee, mason, h 215 West 
L'Huissier Francois L., carpenter, h Franklin rd 
Libby Hester L., widow Mark, h 57 Myrtle av 

James, h 37 Walnut 

Selwyn J., rem to Kent, Ohio 

— see L'Abbe 
Liechman Michael, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 27 Cleghorn 
Ligom Joseph, clothing and gents' furnishings 180 Fairmount, res 

Worcester 
Lilhay Anselm, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds Ashburnham Hill rd n West 
Liljegren Axel, emp 1. J. A. & C. Works, bds 496 Main 

Gustave, (Rumball & Co.) 207 River, bds 496 Main 

Hilma W\, widow Carl, h 496 Main 

Pontus E., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 195 River 
Lilly Archibald T., emp Jennison Plumbing Co., bds 66 Leighton 

John S., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 66 Leighton 

William H., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A) bds 66 Leighton 
Limburn Adolph, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 18 Highland ct 
Lincoln Chester L., agent board of health, h 54 Myrtle av 

Edward H., dentist (5) 387 Main, rms do. 
Linden John, emp Greene & Sheddon, h 34 Marshall 
Lindberg Fred, rem to New York 

Swen A., emp I. J. A. & C. W T orks, h 108 Leighton 
Lindholm John A., asst supt I. J. A. & C. W r orks, bds 496 Main 

J. L, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 195 River 
Lindner Emil, emp Beoli Co., h 126 Phillips, W. F. 
Lindsey Abbie J., widow Augustus, h 29 Goodwin 

Frank, rem to Leominster 

Fred P., emp P. M. Co., bds 29 Goodwin 
Lindstrom Sakri, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 97 Mechanic 
Linehan Abbie F. Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 258 W r ater 

Hannah, widow John, h 258 Water 

John P., clerk, bds 258 Water 

Lizzie, widow Michael, h 82 Myrtle av 

Lulu Miss, bookkeeper J. H. Mack, bds 82 Myrtle av 

Mamie A. Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 258 Water 

Michael, emp J. H. Mack, bds 82 Myrtle av 

Patrick, conductor F. R. R., rms 39 Blossom 
14 



184 FITCHBURG [L] DIRECTORY. 

Linehan Patrick J., bookkeeper M. A. Hanigan & Co., bds 82 

Myrtle av 
Lingquist Jgerdt, erap I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 496 Main 
Lingren Antoo, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 17 West 

Joel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 17 West 
Linua Matti, emp P. M. Co., bds 2 Franklin 
Linsay John, rem to Lawrence 

Linskog Nils, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h Rindge n Blossom 
Linsram Sakri, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 97 Mechanic 
Linte John, laborer, h 34 Marshall 
Lintula Matte, emp W. A. Hardy, bds 26 Harwood pi 
Lippitt Jason M. Mrs., h 41 Clinton 
Lisk Samuel, rem to Leominster 

Lister Mary Miss, nurse, bds 335 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Liston Mary, widow Michael, bds 178 Fairmount 
Litch Charles C, painter F. R. R. shop, h 134 Green 

Charles S., h 169 Prichard 

George D., emp F. R R. shop, h 134 Green 

L. W. Mrs., bds Burbank Hospital 

& Allen's orchestra, C. E. Allen leader and manager, 39 Cedar 
Litchfield Alfred H., clerk 121 Main, rms (5) 10 Day 

Andrew Mrs., rem to Pepperell 

Andrew J. (Litchfield & Stebbins), h 30 Myrtle av 

George H., jobber and teamster LI Oak, h do. 

Harry L., student, bds 30 Myrtle av 

Leon G., emp G. H. Litchfield, bds 11 Oak 

LITCHFIELD ORIN E., granite quarry Rollstone Hill, office 
14 Arlington, h do. [see page 484] 
Sylvester P. Mrs., h 437 Main 

LITCHFIELD & STEBBINS, (A. J. Litchfield and Elijah 
Stebbins Jr.), clothing, hats, caps and gents' furnishing 
goods, trunks, bags and rubber goods, American House 
block, 120 Main [see pa^e 461] 

LITTLE ALVIN A., groqer 157 Lunenburg, h 38 Boutelle 
[see page 478] 
Isaac E., clerk 157 Lunenburg, bds 38 Boutelle 
Joseph H., billiard and pool room (3) 155 Main, h 20 Mechanic 
Lillian E. Miss, dressmaker, bds 20 Mechanic 
Melissa E. Mrs., emp E. M. D. & Co., rms 52 Laurel 
— see Lytle 

Littlefield Fred O., carpenter, h 7 Congress pi 
Harvey, carpenter, h 4 Lawrence 

Orin, tinsmith emp 390 Main, h Ashburnham Hill rd 
O. Edward, blacksmith and horseshoer Circle, h 54 Oliver 

Littlehale Erfie L. Miss, telephone operator 162 Main, bds 7 Cedar 
Homer D., machinist emp J. B. Mfg. Co., h 42 Myrtle 

LITTLEHALE J. DUDLEY, carpenter and builder rear 31 
North, h 7 Cedar [see page 488] 



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FITCHBURG [ L J DIRECTORY. 185 

Littlehale Mabel O. Miss, bookkeeper 31 North, bds 7 Cedar 
Richard E., emp J. D. Littlehale, bds 7 Cedar 
Roy O., railroad ticket agt and grocer 16 Day, h 162 Myrtle av 

Liuska Elu, laborer, h 145 Charles 

Livermore Eugene, emp P. M. Co., bds 111 Lunenburg 

Liversage Albert G., emp M. W. Cummings, h 79 Laurel 
Austin L., florist emp 17 Summer, h 47 Pacific 
Joseph H., emp 34 Milk, h 42 do. 

LIVERSAGE WILLIAM, florist and gardener 17 Summer, h 
do. [see page 470] 
Livingson Samuel, rem to Boston 
Livingston Elwood E., machinist, h 41 Forest 
Livingstone Thomas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 13 Beech 
Lizotte Edward, emp Orswell Mills, h 105 Clarendon 

Frank, carpenter, h 4 Pratt 

Octave Mrs., bds 31 Daniels 
Lloyd Charles A., rem to New Hampshire 
Lobben John C, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 10 Leighton 

Peder, mechanical engineeer I. J. A. & C. Works, and pres 
Scandia Co-operative Grocery Co., h 14 Leighton 
Lobdell Maria, widow Jason, bds 5 Bluff av 
Locke Edwin R., h 13 Snow 
Lockhart James R., horseshoer emp 17 Snow, h 34 Lunenburg 

Samuel, rms 43 North 
Lockwood Walter H., (Cochran & Lockwood) Crocker, res Lunen- 
burg 
Lodge Jeremiah, emp A. R. Ordway, h 5 Milk 
Loescher Carl, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 84 Leighton 

William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 111 Leighton 
Lof John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 138 Kimball 
Lofquist Olof, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 43 Marshall 
Logan John, laborer, bds 490 Fairmount, W. F. 

Patrick J., teamster T. A. Monahan, h 490 Fairmount, W. F. 
Loiselle Arthur, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 75 Melrose 

Cora Miss, milliner emp 215 Main, bds 621 Water 

Eloise Mrs., dressmaker 451 Main, h do. 

Everett, emp Beoli Co., bds 912 Westminster Hill rd, W r . F. 

Exilda, widow Louis, h 621 Water 

Fred, conductor F. R. R., rms 24 Congress 

John, h 912 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

John J., emp Beoli Co., h 288 Sanborn, W. F. 

Joseph F., overseer burling room F. W. Co., bds 422 Water 

Laura Miss, clerk, bds 621 Water 

Philorome, car inspector F. R. R. shop, h 36 Dover 

Regina Miss, clerk, bds 621 Water 

Regis Frank, emp F. R. R. shop, h 75 Melrose 
Loizeau — see Lozeau 
Lombard Garrett, city laborer, h 72 Granite 



186 FITCHBURG [L] DIRECTORY. 

Lombard Michael, erap F. Water Works, bds 72 Granite 

William, emp F. Gas and Electric Light Co., bds 72 Granite 
Lomme Delphis, emp Orswell Mills, bds 187 Fairmount 

L. Joseph, foreman Iver Johnson's Arms & Cycle Works, h 66 
High 

Samuel A. J., clerk 42 Academy, h r 31 Mechanic 
Long Lucy H., widow Lemuel, bds The Fitchburg 

Mary Mrs., bds 52 Prichard 

Michael, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 493 Water 

Patrick, emp F. Duck Mill, h 68 Bemis 

Thomas J., emp H. W. & Co., h 38 Myrtle av 
Longley Henry C, h 38 Pacific 

S. LeRoy, clerk (24) 145 Main, res Shirley 
Longtin Louis Mrs., h 34 Falulah 
Lonsdale George W., emp Nockege Mill, h 50 West 
Lonzo Julius, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 24 Baker 

Levi, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 27 Baker 

William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. h 124 Kimball 
Looney Andrew, emp Beoli Co., h 545 Fairmount, W. F. 
Lord Charles E., emp F. R. R., h 138 Myrtle av 

George C, clerk 178 Main, h 163 Summer 

George S., jobber 10 Highland av, h do. 

George W., foreman car painter F. R. R. shop, h 6 Hancock 

Helen M., widow Walter E., housekeeper 72 Kimball 

Joseph L., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 199 Fairmount 

Mary, widow Julian, bds 199 Fairmount 

Otis F., veterinary surgeon 6 Highland av, h do. 

Thomas S., painter, bds 42 North 

Wilfred O., painter emp B. A. Cook & Co., h 42 North 
Lordan Lora Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 49 Spruce 
Lorensen George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 78 River 
Loring E. S., widow South worth, bds 197 Blossom 
Lothrop Henry M., bookkeeper U. M. Co., bds 113 Day 

Marcellus A., h 113 Day 
Lougee Harry, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 22 South 

Smith D., mechanic, h 22 South 

William F., emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 22 South 
Lough John H., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 46 Willow 
Louney Daniel, emp C. B. & Co., h 484 Fairmount, W. F. 

James, rem to Gardner 

James, bds 10 Morris 

Michael, tailor 173 Main, h 10 Morris 

Patrick, emp Beoli Co., bds 484 Fairmount, W. F. 

Patrick, emp Terrell & French, bds 27 Cleghorn 

— see Looney 
Lovcjoy Edwin B., h 84 Charles 
Loveiaiid William ()., (Loveland & Fish) 37 North, res Ashby 



FITCHBURC4 [ L J DIRECTORY. 1 S 7 

LOVELAND & FISH, (William O. Loveland and Eugene W. 
Fish) coal and wood dealers 37 North [see page 468] 
Lovell Achsah, widow Raymond, nurse, bds 60 Pacific 

Frank R., foreman Fitchburg Water Works, h 79 Cedar 
Franklin S., prop F. S. Lovell Machine Works 97 Boutelle, h 
111 Lawrence 

LOVELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, mfrs Flint's sawmills, 
shingle mills, wood planers, grist mills and special machin- 
ery 97 to 103 Boutelle [see page 437] 
Hattie E. Miss, dressmaker emp 152 Main, rms 37 Hartwell 
Herbert N., timekeeper F. Water Works, bds 33 Willow 
Orrin F., carriage painter emp 51 Academy, h 32 Lincoln 
Thomas C, supt Fitchburg Water Works, h 51 Highland av 
Loverin George R., emp Martin Webber, h 10 Gage 
Lovering Carrie A. Miss, music teacher 10 Winter, bds do. 
1 OVERING, ELLIOTT & CO. ( W. F. Lovering, E. C. Elliott 
Li and A. E. Tillson), clothing, gents' furnishings, hats, caps, 

trunks, robes and blankets 121 Main [see back cover] 
William F., (Lovering, Elliott & Co.) 121 Main, h 10 Winter 
Lovett Charles W., emp C. B. & Co., h 91 Temple, W. F. 
Elizabeth J., widow George L., bds 91 Temple, W. F. 
— see Leavitt 
Lovila Alec, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 97 Mechanic 
Lowe Albert N., treas Falulah Paper Co., (18) 229 Main, h 22 
Charles 

LOWE ARTHUR H., treas and agent Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 414 
Main [seepage 432] 
LOWE BROS. & CO. (O. M. and G. R. Lowe), wholesale- pro- 
vision dealers, office 5 South [see page 479] 
David, asst supt Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 45 Prospect 
Eugene F., market gardener Pearl Hill rd, h do. 
Frank E., (Falulah Paper Co.) res Greenfield 
Fred H., clerk Falulah Paper Co., h 60 Pacific 
George R., (Lowe Bros. & Co.) 5 South, res Gardner 
Herbert G., manager Falulah Paper Co., h 515 Water 
John, emp Lowe Bros. & Co., h 88 Highland av 
Louisa J., widow Charles H., h 78 High 
Mattie L Miss, stenographer Falulah Paper Co. (18) 229 Main, 

bds off 36 Bemis 
Orin M., (Lowe Bros. & Co.) 5 South, h 9 Holt 
Samuel H., bookkeeper Safety Fund National Bank, bds 88 

Highland av 
Seth L., farmer, (Falulah Paper Co.), h Pearl Hill rd 
Waldo H., supt Falulah Paper Co., h off 36 Bemis 
Walter, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h Ashburnham Hill rd n 

West 
Willard A., h 81 Mechanic 
William V., draughtsman S. R.-M. Co., h 11 Mechanic 



188 FITCHBURG [LJ DIRECTORY. 

Lowell A. P., resident physician Burbank Hospital, bds do. 

G. Frank, engineer F. R. R., bds 44 Kimball 
Lozeau Amable, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 25 Beech 

Fred, rem to Haverhill 

George E., rem to Haverhill 

Joseph, janitor W. F. schools, h 17 Tremont, W. F. 

Joseph, laborer, bds 613 Main 
Luby Michael J., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 196 Water 
Luce Bridget Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 9 Smith 

George H., laborer, h 367 Lunenburg 

Susan, widow Daniel, bds 367 Lunenburg 
Lucier Charles H., emp 1. J. A. & C. Works and banjo teacher, h 
415 Main 

— see Lussier 
Lucius Louisa, widow Louis, h 614 Main j 

Ludington Harriet Miss, teacher normal school, rms 39 Hartwell 
Lufkin S. N. Mrs., dresscutting school, 23 Congress, h do. 

Sewall N., fireman F. R. R., h 23 Congress 
Luke Thomas A., machinist, h 206 Rollstone 
Lumppia John, laborer, h 99 Mechanic 
Lund August, emp I. J. A. & C Works, h 14 Goddard 

Fred, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds Nockege 

Isaac E., coachman George N. Proctor, h 71 High 
Lundberg Albin, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 197 River 

Fritz, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 21 West 
Lundblad August, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 3 Gibson pi 
Lungten Francis, emp W. A. Garno, h 20 East 
L'Union St. Joseph Hall, 144 Fairmount 
Lunti Matti, laborer, bds 1068 River, W. F. 
Luoma Gustaf, laborer, bds 4 Hazel 
Luomanen Matti, laborer, h 177 Rollstone 
Lupien Calixte, laborer, h 1 King street place 
Lury Fred, hostler, rms 337 Main 

Luscher William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 111 Leigh ton 
Luscombe J. Everett, physician and surgeon 473 North, h do. 
Lussier Amable, h 613 Main 

Henry, blacksmith, h 18 Portland 

Peter, rem to Cleveland, Ohio 

Toussaint J., baker emp 13 Plymouth, h 60 Clarendon 
Lyle James, emp P. M. Co., h 20 Nutting 
Lyman Lillian B. Miss, clerk 216 Main, bds 39 Winter 
Lynch Christopher M., emp C. B. & Co., bds 572 Westminster, W. F. 

Daniel, shoemaker 18 First, h do. 

Daniel, bds 572 Westminster, W. F. 

Frank S., engineer L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 8 Water 
street lane 

Hannah, widow Francis, h 39 Spruce 

Harry C, rem to Boston 



FITOHBURG [ M ] DIRECTORY. 1 Si) 

Lynch Johanna, widow Cornelius, h 572 Westminster, W. F. 

John F., emp F. R. R. shop, h 7 Doane 

Margaret, widow Timothy, h 324 Summer 

Michael M., emp Lowe Bros. & Co., h 322 Summer 

Morris Mrs., h 70 Oliver 

Patrick, emp G. W. W. P. Co., h 99 Albee 

Simon F., emp P. M. Co., bds 39 Spruce 

Thomas, teamster emp 2 South, bds 18 First 
Lynds Joseph M., engineer F. R. R., rms 41 Clinton 
Lyon Charlotte M., widow Franklin, h 89 Forest 

Christopher T.,emp P. M. Co., h 112 Leighton 

Christopher T. Jr., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 112 Leighton 
Lyons Ann, widow Dennis, h 4 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Anna M. Miss, dressmaker emp 152 Main, bds 63 Blossom 

Hannah, widow John, h 488 Water 

Herbert H., physician 6 Prichard, h 4 do. 

John, fireman F. Paper Co., h Mayland, W. F. 

John, emp Beoli Co., bds 4 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Joseph, emp F. Paper Co., h 55 Norwood, W. F. 

Leonora T. Miss, bookkeeper 9 Rollstone, bds Marshall rd n 
Towusend 

Margaret, widow William, h 63 Blossom 

Michael R., (D. Charles O'Connor & Co.) 243 Main, rms 13 
Prichard 

Patrick, emp F. M. Works, h Marshall rd n Townsend 

Timothy, barber 1 and 3 Dover, h 488 Water 

William, laborer, bds 488 Water 

William, emp Beoli Co., bds 4 Ashburnham, W. F. 

William J., (Albee, Lyons & Co.) 158 Main, h 211 Blossom 
Lytle Adella M. Miss, bookkeeper 137 Lunenburg, bds 27 Cedar 

Frank E., painter, bds 27 Cedar 

Jeremiah J., painter, h 27 Cadar 

Lillian E. Miss, bds 27 Cedar 

Maag Augusta, widow Henry, bds 56 Goddard 

Henry, rem to Pittsburg, Pa. 

William J., machinist, h 56 Goddard 
Macdonald Forrester A. Rev., pastor Beth-Eden Baptist church, bds 

692 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Mace Henry W., janitor, h Cherry street pi 
Macer Frederick W., stenographer N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. agent's 

office, h 69 Myrtle av 
Maclntyi e Peter, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 256 Plymouth 
Mack George W., rem to North Leominster 

MACK JAMES H., plumber r 36 Day, h 25 Forest [see 
page 466] 
John, laborer, h 21 Forest 
Sarah Miss, h 52 Highland av 



190 FITCHBUKG [M] DIRECTOEY. 

Mackay Barton W., machinist P. M. Co., h 54 Academy 

Margaret C. Miss, bds 54 Academy 
Mackenzie Kenneth, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 119 Madison 
Mackie John, emp Greene & Sneddon, bds 34 Marshall 

Lizzie Mrs., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 32 Baker 
Maclaren Archibald D., rms 44 Grove 

Macready Henry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 84 Columbus 
MacRobbie Elsie Miss, nurse Burbank Hospital, bds do. 
Macy Edward B., auctioneer and commission merchant 186 Main 
and 22 Laurel, h 49 Blossom 

Edward J., auctioneer 186 Main, h 1 Pearl 

Gertrude S. Miss, teacher, bds 49 Blossom 
Madden Thomas H., emp city, h 145 Lunenburg 
Maddock Lon S., pressman F. Evening Mail, rms 38 Day 

Phoebe W. Miss, head nurse Burbank Hospital, bds do. 

William, printer F. Evening Mail, rms 38 Day 
Madigan Catherine Miss, h 60 Wachusett, W. F. 

James, engineer C. B. & Co., h 65 Wachusett, W. F. 

Matthew, emp F. Paper Co., h 931 River, W. F. 

Michael J., emp C. B. & Co., bds 60 Wachusett, W. F. 

Patrick, foreman C. B. & Co., h off Princeton rd, W. F. 
Madiros George, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 40 Grove 

Mugerdich, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 40 Grove 
Magdalene Mary Mother, superioress Presentation Convent, W. F., 

h 33 Cottage, do. 
Magee Magloire, emp Orswell Mills, h 192 Fairmount 
Maggs Mark H., emp C. B. & Co., h 73 Cascade, W. F. 

William J., emp Beoli Co., h 73 Cascade, W. F. 
Magnerson Reinhold, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 16 West 
Magnuson Albin, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 2 Gibson pi 

Hjalmar, emp I J. A. & C. Works, bds 503 Main 

Otto, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 20 Goddard 
M ago vera Delia, widow James, rem to Leominster 

John, h 26 Pacific 
Magro — see McGrath 
Maguire Elizabeth, widow John, bds 30 Westminster Hill rd, W T . F. 

— see McGuire 
Mahan Charles E., hackman emp 41 Fox, rms do. 

Charles O., shoemaker 131 Lunenburg, h 28 Arlington 

Clifford A., hostler emp 41 Fox, h 23 South 

Peter, emp F. A. McCauliff, bds 159 Fairmount 
Mahar Ann. widow Thomas F., h 102 Depot, W. F. 
Mahedy James, carpenter, bds 49 Pine 
Miiher Bridget, widow Nicholas, h 92 Temple, W. F. 

John, emp C. B. & Co., bds 92 Temple, W. F. 

Kate, widow William, h 12 Winch 

Mary, widow Edward, h 11 Water street lane 

William, emp C. B. & Co., bds 92 Temple, W. F. 

— see Mair and Mahar 



FITCHBUEG f M ] DIRECTORY. 191 

Mahlert Henry E., meat peddler, h Berkley n North street ext 

Mahon Douglass, painter, h 59 Bdutelle 

Mahoney Edward F., em p I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 9 Academy 

Ellen E., widow William, h 85 Lunenburg 

Florence, stonecutter F. R. R., h South beyond Heywood 

Katherine Miss, nurse Burbank Hospital, bds do. 
Mailhot Joseph, chopper, h Ashburnham Hill rd n West 

Zeph, blacksmith emp 27 Oliver, h 34 Putnam 
Main Street Cash Market, Herbert W. Lawrence manager, meat 

market 80 Main 
Mair Edwin, emp Beoli Co., h 16 Terrace pi, W. F. 
Makela Henry, emp Beoli Co., h 1068 River, W. F. 

Jojel, laborer, h 18 Walnut 

Mikka, emp P. M. Co., bds 132 Mechanic 
Maki Isak, emp P. M. Co., bds 70 Marshall 

John, laborer, h 34 Marshall 

Manna, enip S. Mfg. Co., bds 12 Harwood pi 

Miko, emp P. M. Co., h 132 High 

William, laborer, h r 99 Mechanic 

Yrjo, laborer, bds 4 Hazel 
Malboeuf Louis, rem to Canada 
Malcom Ann, widow David, h 125 Sanborn, W. F. 

Annie Miss, emp Beoli Co., bds 125 Sanborn, W. F. 

David, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 16 Highland ct 

Ellen Miss, emp Beoli Co., bds 125 Sanborn, W. F. 

John, emp Beoli Co., h 125 Sanborn, W. F. 
Maley Anna, widow George, h 150 Kimball 

Mary, widow George, h 24 Central 
Maleymazian Barnum, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 54 Oliver 

Charles S., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 54 Oliver 
Mallan — see Mullane 
Mallette Henry D., grocer 27 First, h do. 
Malley John F., machinist S, R-M. Co., h 20 Boylston 
Mallory Edward G., brakeman F. R. R., h 120 Green 
Malloy — see Mulloy 

Maimer Otto, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 10 Read 
Malmgren August W., meat peddler, h Q6 Pacific 
Malo Emerie, emp Nockege Mill, bds 611 Main 

Joseph Ovila, emp F. W. Co., h 77 Falulah 
Malone James, machinist, h 17 Highland av 

James W., plumber, h 41 Albee 

Patrick, plumber emp r 36 Day, bds 16 First 

Susie J. Miss, h 41 Albee 
Maloney Catherine, widow John, h 244 Water 

Catherine, widow Thomas, bds 188 Water 

David D., plumber emp J. H. Mack, bds 41 Albee 

Edward, laborer, bds 236 South 

James H., emp Joel Joel, rms 26 Crescent 



192 FITCHBURG [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Malonev John, emp C. B. & Co., bds 22 Westminster, W. F. 

Patrick, emp F. Paper Co., h 923 River, W. F. 

Thomas, emp F. Paper Co., h 16 Temple, W. F. 

William, emp C. B. & Co., h 36 Temple, W. F. 
Maltby James D., foreman Crocker, Burbank & Co., h 425 West- 
minster rd, W. F. 
Malyemazian — see Maleymazian 
Malz Louis, designer F. Mfg. Co., bds 30 Rockland 
Manchester Charles H., h 54 Laurel 
Manck Cyrena A. Mrs., h 322 Summer 
Manev James E., emp C. B. & Co., h 50 Franklin 

MANEY KATE J. Miss, dressmaker 176 Main, bds 9 Academy 
[see page 460] 
Mary A. Miss, h 9 Academy 

Thomas F., plumber and steam fitter 46 Franklin, h do. 
Mangan John, emp S. Mfg. Co., rms 58 Main 
Mangelson John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 503 Main 
Manley Thomas H., carpet cleaner, h 42 Mt. Globe 
Mann Adelard, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 58 Falulah 
James H., rem to Williamstown 

M. Isadore Miss, stamp clerk post-office, bds 63 Congress 
Thomas H., postmaster 232 Main, h 63 Congress 
Manner Victor, tailor emp 359 Main, bds 111 Leighton 
Manninen John, emp M. J. Perault, h 97 Mechanic 
Manning Daniel, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 27 Cleghorn 
David F., boots and shoes 224 Main, h 224 1-2 do. 
Fred E., teamster Armour & Co., h 15 Cross 
Harry G., mechanical engineer S. Mfg. Co., h 121 Summer 
Hattie A. Miss cook 144 Main, bds do. 
John, mason, bds 10 Burnap 
John C, rem to Northampton 
T. A. Mrs., dressmaker 224 1-2 Main, h do. 
Thomas A., photographer 224 1-2 Main, h do. 
Thomas W., clerk 166 Water, h 14 Middle street lane 
Mannix Daniel F., emp F. S. E. Co., bds 20 Nashua 
John, laborer, bds 143 Heywood 
Julia, widow Martin, h 20 Nashua 
Julia A. Miss, clerk 210 Main, bds 20 Nashua 
Margaret Miss, milliner emp 215 Main, bds 20 Nashua 
Mary E. Miss, clerk 210 Main, bds 20 Nashua 
Matthew, boots and shoes 138 Water, bds r 16 Granite 
Thomas M., foreman F. S. E. Co., h 28 Walnut 
Manoel Frank, emp F. R. R. shops, bds 1 Poplar n Summer 
Manoogian George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 400 Main 

Girogos, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 400 Main 
Manooshian Madiros, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 19 Federal 
Nishan, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 19 Federal 
Philip, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 19 Federal 



FITCHBTJRG [ M] DIRECTORY. 193 

MANSFIELD CHARLES E., foreman M. Webber, and flo- 
rist 123 Charles, h do. [see page 470] 

Henry W., emp Beoli Co., h off Norwood n River, W. F. 
Manson Richard, emp F. S. E. Co., bds Bay State House 
Mantela Gustaf, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 10 Brigham 
Mantha Joseph Arthur, clerk 142 Water, h 12 Washington 
Manwell Jennie L. Mrs., nurse, inquire 196 Main, bds 30 Hartwell 
Marble Annie A. Mrs., housekeeper 64 Lawrence 

Charles W., h 86 North 

Dolly B., widow Edmund N., h p 65 Mechanic 

Eddie F., shipping clerk J. Cushing & Co.. h 14 Waverly 

Frank A., paper hanger, rms 61 Snow 

Lilla M. Miss, rem to Leominster 

Mary E., widow George L., rem to Lake Pleasant 
Marceau Eugene, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 7 Blais ct 

Joseph Octave, emp J. Cushing & Co., h 87 Cleghorn 
Marcelle Louis, rem to Maine 
March George A., molder P. M. Co., h 77 Cedar 

Mary D., widow George H., bds 51 Laurel 
Marchand Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 43 Daniels 

Emma Miss, rem to Newton 

Florida Miss, rem to Newton 

Jacob, laborer, h Falulah rd 
Marchant Elizabeth, widow Frederick, bds 10 Pleasant 

Howard B., emp F. W. Co., h 21 Cane 
Marchesseault K. E. Mrs., dressmaker 58 Prichard, h do. 
Marcia — see Mercier and Messier 
Marco Joseph, weaver, h 293 Bemis 
Marcotte Alfred, emp F. R. R., h 70 Clarendon 

Amaey, emp F. W. Co., h 16 South 
Marcy C. Stephen, conductor N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 131 Blossom 
Marden Clyde L. Miss, bds 2 Boutelle 

Emma J., widow Edwin, bds (6) 17 Blossom 

Lemuel, stonemason, h Pleasant View Park off Townsend rd 
Marijonen Jakob, weaver, bds 91 Mechanic 
Marin Ephraim, fireman Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 3 Blais ct 
Marion Arthur, stonecutter, h 221 Mechanic 

Arthur G., emp Orswell Mills, bds 221 Mechanic 

Ernest, emp 64 Circle, h 79 Walnut 

Francois, h 221 Fairmount 

Oswald, clerk 172 Fairmount, h 187 do. 

Peter, laborer, h 63 Oak Hill rd 

Rosario, emp J. Cushing & Co., h 229 Lunenburg 

— see Merriam 
Markham Anna F. Miss, teacher, bds 60 Laurel 

Daniel, tailor emp (5) 162 Main, h 60 Laurel 

Daniel, laborer, h off Westminster beyond Princeton rd, W. F. 

David, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 16 Highland ct 



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DIRECTORY, 



Markhara George, plumber emp 353 Main, bds 60 Laurel 

Mary L. Miss, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 60 Laurel 

Stephen J., with W. E. Putney, h 146 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Marks Agnes A. Miss, emp Leominster, bds 252 Water 

John E., emp F. S. E. Co., bds 252 Water 

Mary Ann, widow John, h 252 W T ater 
Marland William H., emp Orswell Mills, bds 4 Sheldon 

Young, emp Orswell Mills, h 4 Sheldon 
Marlow Esdras, foreman Falulah Paper Co., h Duck Mill rd 
Marois Forrest B., barber emp r The Fitchburg 369 Main, bds 22 
Berry 

Louis N., barber r The Fitchburg 369 Main, h 22 Berry 
Maroney Hattie Mrs., emp Beoli Co., bds 1 Cottage sq 

James, emp F. R. R., bds 58 Day 

Michael W., barber emp 6 Day, rms 58 do. 
Marootian Charles, shoemaker 26 Academy, bds National House 
Marr Henry D., emp P. M. Co., bds 46 Milk 

John F., prop North street restaurant 16 North, h 14 do. 

Willard P., emp J. B. Mfg. Co., h 2 Harrison av 
Marsden Laycock, rem to England 

MARSH ALPHONSO, real estate and commission broker (5) 
140 Main, h 52 Mt. Globe [see page 447] 

Frank A., rem to Worcester 

Leonard H., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 23 Boutelle 

Timothy S., emp F. R. R. shop, h 59 Myrtle av 
Marshall Alfred A., pulley covering mfr, h 31 Prospect 

Benjamin F., rem to Lunenburg 

Fred A., emp L. A. Crooker, h 84 North 

George A., student, bds 31 Prospect 

George E., engineer F. M. Works, bds 59 Lunenburg 

George E. Mrs., h 42 Main 

Harry A., clerk 174 Main, bds 202 Rollstone 

Henry A., emp freight house F. R. R., h 202 Rollstone 

Henry N., clerk, h 59 Lunenburg 

Sarah A. Miss, clerk, rms 191 Main 

William L., paper hanger, h 46 Mt. Globe 
Marston George W., driver steamer No. 3, bds 189 Westminster, W. F. 

Lucy A., widow William W., h 189 Westminster, W. F. 

— see Masten 
Martelle Bernard, stonecutter, h off 73 Daniels 

Leo, painter off 73 Daniels, bds do. 
Ma r the — see Matte 

Martila Albert, laborer, bds 21 Franklin 
Martin Antoine, laborer, h Franklin rd 

Athanase, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 116 Melrose 

Charles B., carpenter, h 60 Winter 

Elizabeth Mrs., nurse, inquire 196 Main, rms 46 Oliver 

Ephraim D., teamster Damon & Gould Co., h Mt. Elam rd 
n town line 



FITCHBURG [ M ] DIRECTORY. 195 

Martin Ernest W., h 17 Redman 

Florence, widow James E., h 14 North 

Frank, emp Angus Dunkason, rms 116 Pacific 

Frederick, emp Parkhill.Mfg. Co. (C), h 1 Frankfort 

Joseph, laborer, h 48 Jerry 

John W., rem to Hopedale 

Lilian Miss, rem to Northampton 

Mabel L. Miss, clerk 164 Main, rms 61 Clinton 

Sanford M., clock repairer 62 Arlington, h do. 

Sarah M., widow Charles, bds 132 Pearl 

Stephen, emp F. R. R., rms 14 North 

William H., emp F. S. E. Co., h 38 Mt. Globe 

William H., rem to Leominster 
Martindale Elizabeth, widow Henry H., h 40 Oliver 

Henry A. B., cook, bds 40 Oliver 
Martineau Charles, emp J. Cnshing & Co., bds 24 Milk 
Martinnen Otto, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 144 Charles 
Marvin Daniel B., section master F. R. R., h 5 Goddard 
Mason Atherton P., physician (1) 355 1-2 Main, h 102 Rollstone 

Charles, attorney, h 102 Rollstone 

Charles E., engineer F. R. R., h 86 Nashua 

Edward, shoemaker, h 63 Phelps 

George, h 108 Kimball 

Joseph, h 59 Phelps 

Joseph, emp F. & L. St. Ry., bds 63 Oak Hill id 

Louis, emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 63 Oak Hill rd 

Melvina Mrs., bds 173 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Richard, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 108 Kimball 

Simon S., (Brownell & Mason) 159 Main, h 76 Prichard 
Masonic Hall, 352 Main 
Masse A. Lea Miss, bookkeeper 403 Main, bds 52 Oliver 

Annie, widow Louis, milliner 171 1-2 Water, h 186 do. 

Joseph N., bds 13 Portland 

Lillie Miss, bookkeeper, bds 52 Oliver 

Louis, carpenter and builder 199 Fairmount, h do. 

Philip, carpenter, h r 203 Fairmount 

Telesphore, carpenter, h r 201 Fairmount 
Masten Clement T., inspector F. W. Works, h 116 Highland av 
Masters Frank, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 32 Winter 
Masterton Margaret Miss, nurse, rms 24 Prichard 
Matchett Christopher, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 5 Academy 
Mather Elizabeth, widow John, h 22 Pleasant 
Matthews George M., rem to Springfield 
Mathieu Joseph, h 89 Cleghorn 

Valiere, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 89 Cleghorn 
Matson Anti, laborer, bds 145 Charles 

Charles, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 85 Mechanic 

David, quarryman, h 102 Leighton 



196 FITCHBURG [M] DIRECTORY. 

Matson Erick Mrs., h 124 High 

Erik, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 12 Harwood pi 

Gustav, einp S. Mfg. Co., bds 10 Brigham 

Jacob, emp P. M. Co., bds 76 Circle 

John, laborer, h 85 Mechanic 

John, laborer, bds 212 Rollstone 

John, laborer, h 212 1-2 Rcllstone 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 20 Harwood pi 

Kalle, emp S. Mfg. Co.. bds 85 Mechanic 

Mats, laborer, bds 145 Charles 

— see Mattson 
Matte Charles, h 175 Fairmount 
Matthews John, emp C. B. & Co., h 18 Wachusett, W. F. 

Reuben B., machinist P. M. Co., h 30 Nutting 

Thomas B., emp F. W. Co., bds 139 Blossom 

William, rem to Vermont 

William J., emp F. R. R., bds 68 Wachusett, W. F. 
Mattson Hjalmar, rem to Maynard 

James, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 78 River 

Peter, laborer, h 71 North 

— see Matson 
Mauch Taney, (Mauch & Whitcomb) and music teacher 117 Main, 
h 214 Blossom 

MAUCH & WHITCOMB (Taney Maach and C. Austin Whit- 
comb), music and piano store Park bdg 117 Main [see 
page 453] 
Maverick Street School, Maverick cor Boylston 
Maxfield Antoine, h 73 Mack 

Joseph, emp F. R. R. shops, h 108 Intervale 
Maxton James, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C),bds 182 Fairmount 
Maxwell Emily M. Mrs., emp 445 Main, bds do. 
May Andrew, emp Beoli Co., bds 149 Westminster, W. F. 

Edward F., clerk E. E. Brown, bds 26 Cascade, W. F. 

Florence E. Miss, teacher high school, rms (4) 411 Main 

George E., emp F. W. Co., bds 500 Water 

Henry R., emp F. W. Co., bds 500 Water 

John L., emp F. R. R., h 27 Winter 

Julia, widow Thomas, h 73 Cascade, W. F. 

Julia E. Mis., emp 162 Main, rms do. 

Margaret, widow John, bds 774 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Margaret, widow Michael, h 23 Baker 

Sarah J., widow David C, h 51 Myrtle av 

Thomas, machinist, h 500 Water 

William, h 149 Westminster, W. F. 

William, emp Beoli Co., bds 73 Cascade, W. F. 

William, Jr., emp Beoli Co., bds 149 Westminster, W. F. 

William H., emp Q. B. & Co., h off Westminster bey Prince- 
ton rd. W. F. 






FITCHBURG [ M ] DIRECTORY. 1 ( J7 

Mayberry John, rem to Fall River 

Richard, clerk 214 Main, bds 12 Everett 
Maynard Amos, machinist and musician, bds 28 Forest 

Catherine R., widow George F., h 12 Cross 

E. J. Mrs., emp 205 Main, h 384 do. 

Edward F., emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 217 Main 

Emma A. Miss, dressmaker, bds 28 Forest 

Frank H., clerk Falulah Paper Co., bds 12 Cross 

Frederick W., emp F. R. R. shop, h 217 Main 

Harriet, widow Luther, h 388 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

John B., carpenter, h 18 East 

Lewis, laborer, bds 28 Wachusett, W. F. 

Lillia E. Mrs., dressmaker 217 Main, h do. 

Walter, emp G. E. Waite & Co., bds 81 Cascade, W. F. 

Wilbur F., farmer, h 388 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Mayne Charles L., gensupt F. R. R., office Boston, h (5) 411 Main 

Henry, emp Beoli Co., rms 185 Westminster, W. F. 
Mavo Katherine H. Miss, bookkeeper C. A. Priest Lumber Co., bds 
8 Jay 

Lizzie M., widow William H., h 8 Jay 
Mayott Louis, emp F. W. Co., h 299 Water 
McAloney Walter, teamster emp 14 Pine, h 131 Milk 
McAneany Bernard, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 6 Barton 

Eliza, widow Thomas, h 6 Barton 

Patrick, weaver, bds 6 Barton 

Thomas, laborer, bds 6 Barton 

— see Mclnnerny 
McAuliff Abbie E. Miss, tailoress, h 3 Rindge 

William, teamster M. Webber, h 120 High 

William H., rem to Worcester 

—see McCauliff 
McAvoy — see McEvoy 
McBain Daniel A., blacksmith and horseshoer 45 Academy, h 43 

Arlington 
McBride Francis H., emp F. R. R., bds Bay State House 
McCabe George E., emp Beoli Co., h Baltic lane, W. F. 
McCafferty Catherine, widow Dennis, h 22 Kimball 

Dennis, emp I. J. A. & C. W r orks, bds 22 Kimball 

Edward F., machinist I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 22 Kimball 

James H., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 22 Kimball 

William T., machinist, bds 22 Kimball 
McCallen Patrick, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 182 Fairmount 
McCallum Alexander, beamer Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 359 Fairmount 
McCann Ann, widow Douglass, bds rear 31 Mechanic 

John J., emp Jennison Plumbing Co., h 5 Beech lane 

Joseph, rem to Europe 

Michael, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B\ h 64 Marshall 

Thomas F., letter carrier, h 45 Forest 



198 FITCHBTJRG [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

McCarley Murdock, emp Bates Bros, res Leominster 
McCarron Patrick, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 13 Franklin 

Thomas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 13 Franklin 
McCarthy Alexander G., stonecutter, h 89 Beech 

Cornelius D., canvasser Singer Mfg. Co., rms 35 Crescent 

Dennis F., emp C. B. & Co., bds 596 Westminster, W. F. 

Jeremiah J., emp C. B. & Co., bds 596 Westminster, W. F. 

John, emp F. Gas and Elec. Light Co., bds 132 Rollstone 

John H., grocer 104 Lunenburg, h do. 

Lizzie Miss, emp C. B. & Co., bds 596 Westminster, W. F. 

Margaret M., widow Jeremiah, h 596 Westminster, W. F. 
McCarty Catherine, widow John, h 90 Congress 

Charles, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 86 Congress 

Charles, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 9 Academy 

Charles D., blacksmith helper emp P. M. Co., h 16 Nashua 

Daniel, emp F. R. R. shop, h 99 Heywood 

Daniel, laborer, h 34 Belmont 

David F., butter, cheese and eggs 5Q Forest, h do. 

Ellen, widow Patrick, h 31 Spruce 

Ellen, widow John J., h 164 Water 

James, h 164 Water 

Jeremiah, painter, bds 90 Congress 

Jeremiah, emp E. M. D. & Co., h 112 Myrtle ave 

John, bds 95 Temple. W. F. 

John H., steam fitter emp 453 Main, h 127 Charles 

Michael J., emp city, h 56 Middle 

Michael J., emp F."R. R. shop, h 34 First 

Owen E. Mrs., h 93 Green 

Patrick, emp city, bds 5 Academy 

Patrick, emp C. B. & Co., h 16 Wachusett, W. F. 
McCauliff Emma Miss, h 37 River 

McCAULIFF FRANCIS A., granite quarrier and contractor, 
office 37 River, h do. [see page 484] 

John, granite worker, h 11 Franklin 

William H., stonecutter, h 127 Charles 
McCaull Bessie Miss, emp L. Fuller, h 14 North 

Frederick F., tailor emp 205 Main, rms 14 North 
McCausland Albert, emp C. B. & Co., h 416 Westminster, W. F. 
McChesney Charles E., rem to New York city 
McClure Annie E. Miss, asst bookkeeper 147" Main, bds 13 East 

John E., emp P. M. Co., h 11 East 

Samuel, machinist P. M. Co., h 13 East 

Samuel, clerk 30 Main, bds 13 East 
McCombe John, h 82 Rollstone 
McConnell Andrew, clerk H. A. Estabrook, bds 92 Prichard 

Catherine F. Miss, teacher, bds 43 Milk 

James E., attorney-at-law (21) 145 Main, bds 43 Milk 

Joseph W., student, bds 43 Milk 



FITCHBUEG [ M ] DIRECTORY. 199 

McConnell Mary A. Miss, teacher Highland avenue school, bds 43 Milk 

Mary A., widow John, h 43 Milk 
McCooe Katie Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 32 Baker 
McCormick Carrie A., widow James, clerk 147 Main, h 84 Day 

Edward, emp Beoli Co., bds 22 Westminster, W. F. 

John, shoemaker 222 Water, h do. 

John, emp C. B. & Co., bds 16 Temple, W. F. 

Michael, emp Beoli Co., h 141 Depot, W. F. 

Michael, emp F. Mfg. Co., rms 15 Rollstone 

Michael Jr., emp Beoli Co., bds 141 Depot, W. F. 

Samuel T., plumber's helper, bds 222 Water 

Thomas, emp Beoli Co., h 11 Temple, W. F. 

Thomas L., teamster E. N. Farwell. h 20 Snow 

Timothy, emp Beoli Co., bds 141 Depot, W. F. 
McCoy Mary, widow John, bds 48 West 

Michael, painter, bds 48 West 

Peter, emp E. F. B. & Co., bds 90 Rollstone 

Thomas, weaver, h 48 West 

William, laborer F. Water Woiks, bds 202 Water 
McCracken John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 599 Main 
McCready — see Macready 
McCrohin Daniel, emp IT. M. Co., h 279 Water 

Eugene, tailor emp 205 Main, bds 60 Middle street lane 
McCuddy Daniel, painter, bds Abbott av 

Patrick, laborer, h Abbott av 
McCue Annie, widow James, h 4 Kimball 

Bridget Miss, h 22 Orange 

Daniel, emp C. B. & Co., bds 582 Westminster, W. F. 

Daniel W., emp C. B. & Co., h 582 Westminster, W. F. 

Edward, emp C T. Crocker, bds 4 Kimball 

John, plumber, h 15 Academy 

Margaret E. Miss, clerk 306 Main, bds 4 Kimball 

Patrick, emp F. R. R.. h 15 Brigham 

Robert, emp C. B. & Co., bds 530 Westminster, W. F. 

—see McHugh 
McCulley Jennie H. Miss, emp Leominster, bds 148 Myrtle av 

Samuel L. T., emp Dr. N. Wallis, rms r 153 Lunenburg 
McCullough George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 182 Fairmount 

Henry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 13 Beech 
McCully Fred S., clerk 6 Main, h 63 Lunenburg 
McCushing G. Lizzie Miss, emp 42 Day, rms 52 do. 
McDaid Edmund, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 141 Fairmount 
McDermott Daniel, emp G. E. Waite & Co., h 62 Sanborn, W. F. 

Frank, emp C. B. & Co., h 530 Westminster, W. F. 

Henry M., photographer emp 197 1-2 Main, bds 63 Myrtle av 

Joseph F., (Snow & McDermott) 197 1-2 Main, h 63 Myrtle av 
McDevitt Charles, emp F. R. R., rms 44 Day 

McDonald Christopher, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 10 Farwell pi 
15 



200 FITCHBURG [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

McDonald George, foreman F. R. R., rms 18 Day 

George E., painter, h 10 Morris 

Hiram B., foreman S. Mfg. Co., h 116 North 

Hugh, painter emp T. E. Donnelly, h 21 Willow 

James A., rem to Boston 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B),hr 65 Mechanic 

John D., shoemaker 8 Willow, h 85 Myrtle av 

Michael E., emp Beoli Co.. bds 288 Sanborn, W. F. 
McDonnell Patrick, rem to Providence, R. I. 
McDonough James, h 774 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

James, emp G. W. W. P. Co., bds 27 Middle 

James H., molder emp E. J. Welch, bds 71 Cedar 

Margaret, widow Patrick, h 27 Middle 

Mary Mrs., housekeeper 45 Forest 

Patrick, rem to Boston 

Patrick, emp Sole Leather Tip Co., bds 27 Middle 

Peter, brass molder, h 71 Cedar 

Thomas F., emp Hardy <& Pinder, bds 71 Cedar 

Timothy, emp Powell Bros., h 34 Salem 
McDougal George, laborer, h 54 Granite 
McDowell James B., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 8 Crown 

Jeremiah J., janitor Rollstone street school, bds 8 Crown 

John, janitor South street school, h 8 Crown 

John F., clerk 158 Main, bds 8 Crown 

Lydia, widow Alexander, bds 127 Blossom 
McEachen Duncan, emp F. Paper Co., bds 64 Bemis 

Lizzie Miss, h 64 Bemis 
McEachran Andrew, carpenter, h 6b Cleghorn 
McEchron Louise Miss, nurse Burbank hospital, bds do. 
McElligott Mary Miss, emp F. Shirt Co., bds 225 Water 

Patrick, emp R. Wallace, h 9 Vine 
McElroy Edward, emp Rev. D. F. Feehan, h 28 Second 

James, apprentice Jennison Plumbing Co., bds 28 Second 

James, emp P. M. Co., h 116 Laurel 

John J., emp C. B. & Co., h Old Saw Mill rd, W. F. 
McEnaney Rose Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 422 Water 
McEnroe Matthew, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 30 Adams 
McEwen Alexander, emp A. Thomson, h 211 Plymouth 

Katie Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 3 Factory sq 
McFadden James, stonecutter, bds 27 Cleghorn 
McFarlane Alec, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 89 Cleghorn 
McGann John, emp 4 Brigham park, rms do. 

John, telegraph operator, rms (6) 10 Day 

Mary Mrs., h 235 Water 

Michael, emp Union Coal Co., h 24 Canton 

Patrick, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 24 Canton 

Timothy, emp Union Coal Co., bds 24 Canton 
McGee James, emp F. W. Co., h 195 Hey wood 



FITCHBURG [M] DIRECTORY. 201 

McGibney Rosa Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 9 Academy 
McGillicuddy— see McCuddy 

McGillivray David M., clerk 147 Main, bds 82 Arlington 
McGinn Mary Mrs., h 235 Water 

Sarah Miss, dressmaker, bds 20 Pine 
McGinnis Albert, jobber, h 24 Railroad 

Charles H., flagman F. R. R., and mfr artificial limbs 38 Prich- 
ard, bds do. 

James, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 56 Granite 

Matilda Miss, h 24 Railroad 
McGoldrick Rebecca Miss, h 13 Fourth 
McGorlay Ann, widow John, h 90 Rollstone 

John, clerk, bds 90 Rollstone 

Leah Miss, clerk 210 Main, bds 90 Rollstone 
McGovern John, hostler Dr. D. S. Woodworth, bds 417 Main 

— see Magovern 
McGowan Ann Miss, h 70 Myrtle av 

Bridget Miss, emp C. B. & Co., bds Baltic lane n Ashburnham, 
W. F. 

Edward, rem to Lawrence 

George E., emp H. H. Robinson, bds Ashburnham n Stickney 
rd, W. F. 

John, emp Beoli Co., bds Baltic lane n Ashburnham, W. F. 

John, bds 193 River 
McGrail Frank P., bds 33 Willow 

Margaret J., widow Michael, h 33 Willow 

Minnie L. Miss, asst bookkeeper E. F. B. &> Co., bds 98 Laurel 

Patrick H., emp C. H. Cowdrey Machine Works, h 98 Laurel 
McGrane John, weaver F. W. Co., bds 47 Water street lane 
McGrath Annie M. Miss, teacher, bds 26 Cedar 

Annie Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 64 River 

Bernard, molder H. W. & Co , h 26 Cedar 

Frank, emp C. H. Brown & Co., h Hardy passway cor Berry 

George, emp R. A. Leonard, h 44 Madison 

Hugh, bds 222 Water 

James, emp H. W. & Co., bds 11 Boutelle 

James, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 12 Foster 

John F., student, bds 26 Cedar 

John T., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), bds 9 Academy 

Katherine A. Miss, teacher, bds 26 Cedar 

Maria Miss, cook 42 Day, rms 95 Snow 

Mary, widow James, h 11 Boutelle 

Thomas, emp H. B. Dyer, bds 11 Boutelle 

Thomas, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 78 Harrison av 

William, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., h 78 Harrison av 

William, rem to Boston 
McGregor Ambrose, rem to Waltham 

Archibald, emp Nockege Mill, h 8 Beech 



202 FITCHBURG [ M J DIRECTORY. 

McGregor John R., painter, h 826 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Joseph, emp F. Worsted Co., h 45 Clyde 
McGuire Daniel, spinner, h 96 Depot, W. F. 

— see Maguire 
McGuirk George H., emp freight house F. R. R., bds 41 West 

Michael, jobber, h 11 Washington 

Peter, emp F. S. E. Co., h 26 Hale 

Rodias, emp F. Worsted Co., bds 26 Hale 

William H., emp Falulah Paper Co., h 13 Spruce 
McGuirl Bridget, widow Patrick, h r 8 Salem 

Owen, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 32 Third 
McGurn Julia Miss, emp Leominster, bds 17 William 

Martin, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 12 Crown 
McHugh Bartholomew F., trav salesman C. A Cross & Co., rms 24 
Forest 

James, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 138 Kimball 

John P., emp F. W. Co., bds 29 Third 

Margaret Mrs., emp Grant Yarn Co., h 138 Kimball 

— see McCue 
Mclnnerny Ignatius, emp F. S. E. Co., h 207 Plymouth 

William, emp F. S. E. Co., h 446 Fairmount 

— see McAneany 
Mclnness Fred, rem to Leominster 
Mclntire Adelaide Miss, bds 106 Prichard 

Albert, farmer, h Mclntire rd, W. F. 

Anna Miss, sewing machine operative, bds Hotel Westmoreland 

Edward A., farmer, h Stickney rd, W. F. 

Elvira, widow Franklin, bds 20 Mechanic 

Herbert D., clerk, h 106 Prichard 

Reuben, farmer, h Richardson rd n Scott rd 

Sarah, widow Levi, bds 60 Prichard 

Stephen, farmer, h Richardson rd n Scott rd 
Mcintosh Alexander J., clerk 12 Main, bds 27 Myrtle av 

John, carpenter, bds 598 River 
McKay Jane, widow Hugh, h 21 Goddard 
McKechnie John F., engineer 453 Main, h 17 Goddard 
McKenna Jeremiah, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 40 Salem 

Patrick, emp F. R. R. shop, h 21 Birch 

Patrick, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 98 Beech 

Thomas, laborer, h 98 Beech 
McKenney Albert S., photographer 179 Main, h do. 
McKenny Asa, rem to Boston 

McKenzie Roderick J., emp F. S. E. Co., bds 91 Lincoln 
McKilloy Alexander, emp Kennedy Bros., bds 4 Main 
McKinley William, rem to Jewett City, Conn. 
Mc Kinney Albert, carpenter, h 22 River 

Frank, emp P. M. Co., bds 22 River 

Mary Mrs., h 491 Main 






FITCHBURG [MJ DIRECTORY. 203 

McKinney Patrick, emp C. B. & Co., h 56 Institute, W. F. 

William, emp F. S. E. Co., bds 22 River 

William J., emp F. R. R., rms 68 Green 
McLahey Patrick, emp F. W. Co., bds 150 Water 
McLane John W., emp C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 20 William 
McLaren — see Maclaren 
McLaughlin John, emp F. M, Works, bds 29 North 

William A., driver Hose No. 4, rms hose house, Summer 
McLean Alexander, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), bds 21 Goddard 

Annie Miss, emp Palace Steam Laundry, bds 15 Duck Mill rd 

Daniel, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 6 Duck Mill rd 

Duncan, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 21 Goddard 

James, laborer, bds 6 Duck Mill rd 

Mary Miss, bds 21 Goddard 

Minnie Miss, emp Palace Steam Laundry, bds 15 Duck Mill rd 

Norman, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 6 Duck Mill rd 

Norman A., h Prescott n Boutelle 
_ Thomas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 21 Goddard 
McLeod Daniel J., emp C. B. & Co., h 177 Ashburnham, W. F. 
McMahon Bernard, laborer, bds 1027 River, W. F. 

Catherine, widow James, h 1027 River, W. F. 

Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds Pearl Hill rd n Rice 

Daniel, watchman F. Mfg. Co., h 32 Vernon, W. F. 

Dauiel F., tel operator, bds 32 Vernon, W. F. 

Edward J., clerk (3) 117 Main, bds 13 Morris 

Honora, widow Edward, h 43 Prichard 

James, h 23 Vernon, W. F. 

McMAHON JAMES H., attorney-at-law (3 and 4) Park bdg 
117 Main, bds 13 Morris [see page 446] 

Johanna, widow Edward F., clerk 127 Main, h 39 Blossom 

John, emp C. B. & Co., h 15 Cascade, W. F. 

John, h 13 Morris 

John, rem to Providence, R. I. 

John, laborer, h Pearl Hill rd 

Joseph, emp F. Paper Co., bds 1027 River, W. F. 

Thomas E., clerk 124 Main, h (1) 10 Day 
McManus Edward, emp F. Paper Co., h 73 Phillips, W. F. 

Felix, emp C. B. '& Co., bds 641 Westminster, W. F. 

Henry F., cigars and tobacco 184 Water, h 186 do. 

Miles, emp F. Paper Co., h 14 Norwood, W. F. 
McMaster Dora C. Miss, stenographer C. E. Ware 352 Main, bds 
65 Grove 

Livy, furniture packer, h 65 Grove 
McMillen Thomas, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 37 West 

William, emp Beoli Co., bds 37 West 

William H., emp Nockege Mill, h 37 West 
McMullen Daisy E., clerk 147 Main, bds 113 Snow 

James C, clerk 138 Main, h 4 Harvard 



204 FITCHBURG [ M J DIRECTORY. 

McMullen Samuel J., bds 4 Harvard 

William A., emp Loveland & Fish, h 113 Snow 
McMurray Dennis B., emp R. Wallace, bds off 483 Fairmount, W.F. 

Patrick Jr., emp R. Wallace, h 58 Depot, W. F. 

Terence, h off 483 Fairmount, W. F. 
McNabb John, h 90 Culley 

Joseph, laborer, h 186 Water 

Stephen, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 38 Belmont 
McNair John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 220 Plymouth 

McNALLY JOHN, granite worker and stonecutter 83 River, h 
13 Beech [see page 484] 

Michael, laborer, h 128 Kimball 

Patrick, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. h 120 Kimball 

Thomas E., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 15 Huron 
McNamara Annie F. Miss, bds 44 Eaton, W. F. 

Annie F. Miss, clerk 147 Main, h 815 Westminster Hill rd, 
W.F. 

Charles C, bds 815 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Daniel, molder P. M. Co., bds 136 Laurel 

Honora Mrs., rem to Townsend 

Hugh, overseer F. Paper Co., h 44 Eaton, W. F. 

James, rem to Providence, R. I. 

Jeremiah, teamster emp Brownell & Mason, h 22 East 

John, emp city, h 100 High 

John, grocer and shoe store 825 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
h 827 do. 

John F., emp F. S. E. Co., h 79 Pay son 

Lydia Miss, h 815 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Martin, emp F. S. E. Co., bds 256 Plymouth 

Michael, emp F. S. E. Co., h 256 Plymouth 

Michael J., emp P. M. Co., h 136 Laurel 

Patrick, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 21 Beech 

Pierce, emp James Hanna, bds 26 Hale 

Terrence, emp F. Paper Co., bds 641 Westminster, W. F. 
McNeil Louis N., baker's goods, h Franklin rd n Oak Hill rd 

Margaret, widow James A., bds 24 Railroad 
McNerney — see Mclnnerney 

McNulty Jane, widow Michael, h 997 River, W. F. 
McPherson Frank H., clerk 11 Depot, bds 9 do., W. F. 
McPoland Patrick, foreman F. Water Works, h 7 Smith 
McSheehy John W ., stone worker, h 51 Snow 

Michael F., granite cutter, h 88 Cedar 
McSherry Katie J. Miss, bds 271 Water 
McTaggart Daniel, watchman, h 228 Sanborn, W. F. 

Euphemia D., widow Daniel, h 228 Sanborn, W. F. 

William G., tailor (3) 162 Main, h 51 Mt. Globe 
McVicker Alexander, emp Beoli Co., h 172 Ashburnham, W. F. 
McWilliams James, emp Beoli Co., bds 22 Westminster, W. F. 



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McWilliams John, emp Beoli Go., bds 182 Westminster, W. F. 

Samuel, emp F. W. Co., bds 335 Water 
Meacham Addie S., widow H. A., li Goodrich cor Lawrence 

Erne L. Mrs., rms 24 Day 

George F., engineer C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 512 Main 
Mead Kate Miss, rem to Little Rock, Ark. 
Meaney — see Maney 
Meara William Mrs., bds 131 Green 
Mears Ellsworth, rem to Leominster 
Meegan Mary Miss, emp 144 Main, bds do. 
Meehan Charles, tailor emp 205 Main, rms 339 do. 

James, emp C. B. & Co., bds 68 Wachusett, W. F. 

John, driver emp 2 South, h 25 First 

Margaret, widow John, h 68 Wachusett, W. F. 

Michael, emp city, h 196 Water 

William, engine wiper F. R. R., h 260 Water 

William J., emp C. B. & Co., bds 68 Wachusett, W. F. 
Meggs — see Maggs 

Mehtala Herman, laborer, h 187 Rollstone 
Melancon John, blacksmith emp 6 Baker, bds 56 Railroad 

Joseph, carpenter, bds 12 Mt. Vernon 

Jude, mason, h 5 Third 

Julius A., (Melancon & Belliveau) 87 Fairmount, bds 21 Allen 

& Belliveau, (Julius A. Melancon and Philip D. Belliveau) 
grocers 87 Fairmount 
Melcacian Melkset, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 29 Federal 

Mike, emp Grant Yarn Co., rms 29 Federal 
Melcher Frank O., chief engineer F. R. R., h 120 Prospect 
Melin Charles, emp F. R. R. round house, bds 9 Snow 

Oscar G., clerk 151 Main, rms 261 do. 
Melkiseth Melkisethian, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 19 Federal 
Mellitt Patrick, blacksmith emp 7 Brook, h r 16 Washington 
Mellor Wright, emp Beoli Co.. bds 719 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Menard Joseph, blacksmith 144 Fairmount, h 58 Exeter 

Napoleon, emp Orswell Mills, bds 159 Fairmount 
Mercer Elma Miss, nurse Burbank Hospital, bds do. 
Merchant Walter R., rem to Boston 

Merchants' Association of Boston, W. E. Conry manager, stock brok- 
ers (22) 145 Main 

Claim and Collecting Agency, H. F. Gove mgr (10) 229 Main 
Mercier Adelard, emp F. R. R., h 23 Fulton 

Alfred, mason, h off Ashburnham Hill rd 

Alfred L., overseer F. W. Co., h 9 Albee 

Anthinle, carpenter, h 50 Daniels 

Edward, emp F. W. Co., h 16 Sheridan 

Eliza, widow Peter, h 59 Bemis 

Eusebe, laborer, h. rear 122 Fairmount 

Frederick, mason, h 407 Summer 



206 FITCHBURG [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Mercier Joseph A., emp F. W. Co., h 59 Bemis 

Margaret Mrs., h 227 Summer 
Merriam Albert S., emp P. M. Co., rms 69 North 

Betsey S., widow Jonas, h 167 Rollstone 

Charles H., asst register of deeds, court house, bds 1 Mechanic 

David H., register of deeds, court house, h 5 Mechanic 

Dora R., widow David H., h 1 Mechauic 

Edgar, rem to Boston 

Eugene A., pattern maker emp C. L. Tenney, res Lunenburg 

Henry, emp F. R. R., h 52 Forest 

John L., emp George Whitney, bds 148 Pearl 

Joseph D., paper hanger, h 69 North 

J. Wilder, (Merriam & Rolph) 47 Main, h 175 Prichard 

Lyman W., inventor, h 148 Pearl 

Reuben P., farmer, h Rollstone rd 

Sarah E., widow Mylon, bds 24 Holt 

MERRIAM & ROLPH (J. Wilder Merriam and Frederick L. 
Rolph), flour and grain 47 Main [see page 473] 

— see Marion 
Merrill Clara E. Miss, bds 71 Mt. Vernon 

Frederick H., foreman machine shop F. R. R., res Lunenburg 

Minnie L. Miss, teacher Normal school, rms 47 Blossom 

Walter H., rem to Washington, D. C. 
Merritt Arrosina T., widow Uriah, h 72 Fox 

Mary W., widow Edward, h 91 Charles 

Phoebe L. Miss, clerk W. C. Johnson, bds 91 Charles 
Merryman George F., emp F. S. E. Co., bds 42 Highland av 
Mersereau Nettie, widow Marvin M., bds 37 Lunenburg 
Messervey Mark H., farmer, h 29 Boutelle 
Messier Frederick, farmer, h Caswell rd 

Henry, emp Boston Screw Co., h 141 Fairmouut 

Louis A., emp E. Davis & Son, bds Caswell rd 
Messinger Daniel, h 43 Mechanic 

George E., farmer, h Pearl Hill rd 
Metcalf Julius A., emp city, h 91 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Rebecca, widow Timothy, bds 91 Ashburnham, W. F. 

William, teamster, h Highview bey Westminster Hill rd, W.F. 
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., supt W. H. Travis, (22, 23 and 
24) 117 Main 

Stock Exchange, Holton & Nye managers, (6 and 7) 387 Main 
Mettrick Sarah Miss, emp Parkhili Mfg. Co., bds 52 River 
Meullier Ella V., widow Morse, clerk 147 Main, rms 62 Day 
Meyer Andrew S., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 41 Marshall 
Meyette Alec, laborer, h 66 1-2 North 

Edward, emp Parkhili Mfg. Co. (A), bds 6Q 1-2 North 

Louis, foreman S. Mfg. Co., h 50 North 

Narcissa, widow James, bds 68 Green 
Meyn William, rem to Boston 



FITCHBURG [M] DIRECTORY. 207 

Michael Ferdinand, emp R. Kl Proctor, h 13 Woodland 
Michaels George, emp F. R. R. shop, bds 79 Bemis 
. Herbert J., emp 453 Main, h 36 Kimball 

Mary, widow Martin, h 79 Bemis 
Michaud Charles, emp Parkbill Mfg. Co. (C), h 175 Fair mount 

Hermine, widow George, h 175 Fairmount 

Joseph, rem to Nashua, N. H. 
Michie William P., electrician, emp 5 Oliver, rms 25 South 
Middleton Archibald, emp Brownell & Mason, h 9 1-2 Boutelle 

Harry, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., bds 9 1-2 Boutelle 
Miduno Bartello, rem to Boston 

Miekson Otto, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 44 Goddard 
Mikelson Kalle, laborer, h 48 Hazel 

Mick, emp F. M. Works, h 150 Charles 
Mikkala Abram, laborer, bds 99 Mechanic 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 99 Mechanic 

Matti, clerk 97 Mechanic, bds do. 
Mikkonen Wilho, laborer, bds 144 Charles 
Miles Henry, emp F. W. Co., bds 31 Worcester 

Michael, emp Beoli Co., bds 22 Westminster, W. F. 

Rebecca B., widow Lowell M., h 34 Milk 
Millen Mary D., Miss, bds 56 Highland av 
Miller Alice Miss, agent F. Benevolent Union 145 Main, bds 450 do. 

Belle Miss, dressmaker, bds 22 Winthrop 

David C, rem to Maine 

Emma Miss, h 22 Winthrop 

Ernest P., physician 24 Church, h do. 

Ernst, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 33 Wall 

Fred L., rem to Leominster 

Frederick, farmer, h Townsend n Pearl ext 

G. F., Mrs., laundry 62 Winter, h do. 

G. Herbert, emp F. R. R. shop, h 34 Lunenburg 

George W., emp F. R. R., h 29 Crescent 

Gilbert F., carpenter, h 62 Winter 

Grace L. Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 81 Snow 

Herman, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 122 Kimball 

John, emp L. C Albee, bds 183 Albee 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 21 Daniels 

John Edward, teamster, h 16 Wilmot 

Martha, widow H. S., h 81 Snow 

Max, rem to Greenfield 

Nina Miss, clerk 147 Main, bds 115 Myrtle av 

Samuel, machinist P. M. Co., bds 22 Winthrop 

MILLER SAMUEL W., attorney-at-law (15) 229 Main, h 17 
Brigham park [see page 445] 
Walter B., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 115 Leighton 
William, laborer, h 212 Plymouth 
Millet George W., clerk 150 Main, h 12 Nashua 



208 FITCHBURG [M] DIRECTORY. 

Millett Patrick, blacksmith emp 9 Brook, h rear 16 Washington 
Millier Louis, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 7 Blais ct 
Milligan Robert, emp F. R. R. round house, h 92 North 

Samuel, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 33 Madison 
Millmore James, h 171 Water 

Margaret, widow Bryan, h 173 Water 

Michael 2d, switch tender N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 8 Second 

Nellie T. Miss, bookkeeper F. Shirt Co., bds 8 Second 
Mills Andrew, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 138 Leighton 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 187 Fairmount 

John, molder, h 41 Walton 

William H., machinist, bds 227 River 
Millykangas John, laborer, h 150 Charles 
Milne Frank M., manager Rabbit Hat Co. 136 Main, bds 116 

Myrtle av 
Mimeck John, car inspector F. R. R., h 53 Smith 
Minden Solomon, cigar maker Joel Joel, h 114 North 
Mindt William A., emp Beoli Co., bds Turnpike, W. F. 
Miner James, mason, h Woodland n Plymouth 

Napoleon, emp Orswell Mills, bds 159 Fairmount 

William H., laborer, bds Whittemore 
Minekello Domenico, emp city, h 104 Heywood 
Minnich Charles H., janitor 117 Main, h 87 Cedar 
Miron Rose Miss, emp Star Worsted Co., bds 102 Boutelle 
Missett James, rem to New York city 
Mitchell Bridget Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 32 Canton 

Charles E., rem to Boston 

Charles H., h 121 Blossom 

Frank, bds 48 West 

Frank, emp Beoli Co., bds 164 Ashburnham, W. F. 

John, emp Beoli Co., h 154 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Mary F., widow Joseph, h 60 North 

Michael J., rem to Newburg, N. Y. 

Thomas, emp Beoli Co., h 164 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Thomas C, emp F. R. R. shop, h 60 North 
Mitten Bridget, widow William, bds 69 Depot, W. F. 

MITTEN GEORGE J., blacksmith Back Bay off Putnam, h 21 
Winthrop [see page 496] 
Letitia, widow John, h 99 Phillips, W. F. 
May M. Miss, emp Beoli Co,, bds 921 Westminster Hill rd, 

W. F. 
Thomas H., teamster, bds 69 Depot, W. F. 
Mixer Sarah C, widow Stephen, rem to Boston 
Moate John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), rms 193 River 

Joseph W., foreman S. Mfg. Co., h 60 Cedar 
Moberg Carl Emanuel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 39 West 
Mock John, emp Beoli Co., h 47 Farmer, W. F. 

William, emp Beoli Co., h 55 Wachusett, W. F. 



FITCHBURG [ M ] DIRECTORY. 209 

Modern Merchandise Co., M. F. Fisher manager, clothiers, hatters 

and shoe dealers 220 Main 
Moeckel Christian, gardener emp C. E. Mansfield, h 1 Goddard 

John N. emp Orswell Mills, h 16 Beech 
Moffitt Joseph, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 182 Fairmount 
Mollaghan Patrick, emp 196 Water, h 11 Water street lane 

Sarah, widow John, h 198 Water 
Molloy Joseph F., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 109 Leighton 

Thomas, h 29 Middle 

— see Mulloy 
Molter Henry F., emp F. Worsted Co., h 90 Canton 
Monaco Nicola, laborer, bds 143 Heywood 
Monaghan Michael J., laborer, h 486 Water 

Monahan Agnes L. Miss, bookkeeper 221 Main, bds 112 Sanborn, 
W. F. 

George B., emp F. Worsted Co., h 7 Fairlawn 

Mary J., widow John A., h 112 Sanborn, W. F. 

Patrick F., laborer, bds 20 Water street lane 

Thomas, h 20 Water street lane 

Thomas A., coal and wood Depot opp passenger station, W. F., 
h 43 Fairview, do. 

Thomas F., emp F. Worsted Co., h 43 Mack 
Monat Elzeard, laborer, h 61 Fairmount 

Peter Elzeard, bds 126 Kimball 
Mondor Peter, canvasser, h 251 Westminster, W. F. 
Mongovan Martin F., emp Beoli Co., bds 22 Vernon, W. F. 

Michael, emp Beoli Co , h 22 Vernon, W. F. 
Monroe Arthur, carpenter, bds 9 Snow 

Isaac O., carpenter, h 32 Burnap 

Isaac O. Jr., foreman dept 5 Putnam Machine Co., h 210 South 

James F., h 78 Mt. Vernon 

John, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 27 Cleghorn 

Oscar, (Emerson and Monroe) (45) 229 Main, h 30 Burnap 

— see Munroe 
Monson Richard, emp F. S. E. Co., bds Bay State House 
Montaire John, watchmaker and repairer 49 Elm, h 25 Fox 

MONTEITH DAVID, prop New England Tea and Crockery 
Co. 214 Main, h 12 Everett [see page 475] 

Marion, widow Frederick, h 112 Snow 
Montle Mary E., widow George B., h 53 Fox 

Montminy Arcadius, compositor Sentinel, rms Hotel Westmoreland 
Montonen Wilho, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 144 Charles 
Montreuil Alec Mrs., h 6 Water street lane 
Moody Lucy J., widow Joseph L., rem to Worcester 
Mooney Alvin E., emp F. R. R., h 40 Franklin 
Moore Aaron B., watchman, h 354 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Albert H., engineer F. & L. St. Ry., res Leominster 

Benjamin S., clerk 210 Main, h 23 Pearl 



210 FITCHBURG [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Moore Edward J., clerk 152 Main, h 13 Pacific 

MOORE FRANK H., druggist 155 Lunenburg, bds 58 Me- 
chanic [see page 454] 
Fred H., clerk 6 Main, h 7 Pacific 
Fred S., letter carrier, h 63 Grove 
Granville W., clerk 385 Main, h 40 Mechanic 
Henry C, rem to Pepperell 
Lucy A., widow Lewis, bds 255 Blossom 
Patrick F., emp C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 75 Newton 
Samuel W., emp E. M. D. & Co., h 167 Main 
William F., rem to Rutland, Vt. 
— see Mower 
Moran Abbie Miss, h 165 Westminster, W. F. 
Agnes Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 297 Water 
Bartholomew, emp N. Y.,N. H. & H. R. R., h 56 Middle street lane 
Bartholomew J., emp F. R. R., h 108 Birch 
Bartholomew W., h 15 Railroad 
Bridget, widow John, bds 103 Albee 
Catherine, widow Thomas, bds 3 Salem 
Daniel F., painter, bds 35 1-2 Willow 
Dennis, emp H. W. & Co., h 295 Water 
Dennis E , variety store 201 Water, bds 62 Railroad 
Dennis J., painter 1041 River, W. F., h do. 
Dennis J., emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 307 Summer 
Ellen, widow Patrick J., h 62 Railroad 
Hannah Mrs., h 109 Phillips, W. F. 
Hannah, widow John Jeremiah, h 35 1-2 Willow 
James, emp F. Water Works, h 86 Heywood 
James, laborer, h 17 Academy 
James, emp C. B. & Co., bds 4 Cascade, W. F. 
James G., clerk 152 Main, h 111 Green 
James P., paper hanger and pool room 1043 River, W. F., bds 

1041 do. 
Jeremiah, emp F. Water Works, bds 297 Water 
.Jeremiah, emp city, h 90 Birch 

Jeremiah M., emp M. A. Hanigan & Co., h 35 Willow 
Johanna, widow Roger, h 255 Water 
John, laborer, h 144 Leighton 
John, mason, h 21 Cane 

John A., cigars, etc. 8 Beech, h 144 Leighton 
John F., laborer, h 35 Second 
John F., emp Jennison Plumbing Co., h 14 Doane 
John F., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 15 Railroad 
John J., carpenter, bds 279 Bemis 
John K., stonecutter, h 249 Water 
Julia, widow Michael, h 128 Birch 
Lizzie Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 196 Water 
Mary, widow Patrick C, h 297 Water 



FITCHBURG [ M ] DIRECTORY. 211 

Moran Mary, widow William, ,h 39 Middle 

Michael, h 279 Bemis 

Michael, emp F. R. R, h 23 Second 

Michael, stonecutter F. R. R., h 77 Birch 

Michael, emp H. W. & Co., bds 295 Water 

Patrick, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 10 Morris 

Patrick, emp C. B. & Co., bds 65 Phillips. W. F. 

Patrick J., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 86 Heywood 

Patrick William, conductor F. & L. St. Ry., rms 729 Water 

T. Francis, clerk (24) 145 Main, bds 249 Water 

Thomas, brakeman F. R. R., h 15 Washington 

Thomas P., emp C. B. & Co, h 65 Phillips, W. F. 

— see Morin 
Moreau James, machinist F. Duck Mill, h 43 Falulah 

Telesphore, painter, h 39 Allen 
Morehouse Eugene, rem to Canada 

Moreland Irving W., wood turner emp L. Brown, h 167 Lunenburg 
Morelle Peter, laborer, h 612 Main 
Morelli Nicholas, laborer, h 199 Water 

Morency Epiphane G, clerk 221 Fairmount, h 104 Plymouth 
Morgan Charles A, accountant and paymaster C. B. & Co., h 100 
Mt. Vernon 

Charles A., bds 108 Pacific 

Daniel, emp Beoli Co., h 29 Sanborn, W. F. 

Daniel P, emp P. M. Co., h 18 William 

Frank A, lineman F. Gas and Elec. Light Co, rms 36 Blossom 

John, emp P. M. Co, bds Bay State House 

Rachael C, widow Levi, bds 18 William 

William A, emp A. A. Holt, h 108 Pacific 
Morhous William B, carpenter, h 115 Myrtle av 
Moriarty Catherine Miss, teacher, bds 12 Winthrop 

Daniel, teamster H. McManus, bds 64 Abbott av 

Daniel, emp C. B. & Co., bds Turnpike n Princeton rd, W. F. 

Edward C, clerk F. R. R. shop, bds 104 Intervale 

Ellen Miss, h 161 Birch 

James, milk dealer, h 103 Pratt rd 

Jennie Miss, dressmaker 191 Main, rms do. 

John, emp city, h 64 Abbott av 

John T, rem to Livermore Falls, Me. 

Michael, laborer, h Turnpike n Princeton rd, W. F. 

Michael J, emp F. R. R. shops, rms 68 Blossom 

Thomas, h 39 Mack 

Thomas, emp F. Paper Co, h in yard off 954 River, W. F. 

Timothy D, rem to Chelsea 
Morin Albert, carpenter, h 206 Fairmount 

Alfred, emp F. Creamery, h 16 Walnut 

Alphonse, emp F. W. Co. and shoe store 45 Bemis, h 345 
Water 



212 FITCHBURG [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Morin Ephraim, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 157 Fairmount 

Frank Xavier, meat market 233 Beech, h do. 

George, carpenter, bds 206 Fairmount 

John, laborer, h 3 Middle street lane 

Joseph, laborer, h Ashburnham Hill rd 

Joseph, emp John H. Holland, bds 192 Water 

Joseph Existe, emp F. & L. St. Ry., h 82 Circle 

Louis, emp J. Gushing & Co., h 79 Plymouth 

Louis, laborer, h 192 Water 

Louis A., emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 180 Bemis 

Louis H., emp Falulah Paper Co., h 180 Bemis 

Mary, widow Existe, h off Newport 

Oliver, emp Falulah Paper Co., h off Newport 

Peter, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 37 First 

Peter, emp F. R. R., h 35 Rockland 

Peter, emp Orswell Mills, h 268 River 

Peter V., emp J. Cushing & Co., h rear 35 Columbus 

William, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 215 West 

— see Moran 
Morley Daniel, emp Beoli Co., bds 60 Sanborn, W. F. 
Morois Timothy, carpenter, h 119 Madison 
Morrice Charles H., h 9 Boylston st ext 
Morrill Alonzo H., emp F. R. R. shop, h 206 Summer 

Annie L. Miss, bookkeeper 59 Green, bds 83 Snow 

Daniel, machinist P. M. Co., h 80 Snow 

Edward, laborer, bds 22 Berry 

Henry A., emp F. R. R., h 14 Brigham 

Henry A. Mrs., dressmaker 14 Brigham, h do. 
lWrORRILL JOHN D., grocer 59 Green, h 83 Snow [see page 

John D. Jr., clerk 59 Green, bds 83 Snow 

Joseph L., emp J. Becker Mfg. Co., bds 80 Snow 

Katharine Miss, teacher, bds 80 Snow 

Margaret Miss, h 8 Beech 

Sadie Miss, teacher, bds 80 Snow 
Morrilly Catharine, widow Thomas, h 8 Salem 

Edward, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 50 Canton 

Kate T. Miss, teacher, bds 8 Salem 

Michael, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 56 Boutelle 

Michael, emp N. Y., N. H. & H.R. R,, bds 8 Nashua 

Patrick, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 16 Washington 

Patrick, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 50 Canton 

Patrick, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., bds 16 Washington 

Kichard, rem west 

— see Murley 
Morris Bernard J., emp F. R. R., h 94 North 

Eddie, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 20 Townsend 

Frank, emp F. R. R., bds 20 Townsend 



FITCHBURG f M ] DIRECTORY. 213 

Morris John, peddler, h 20 Townsend 

Patrick F., emp F. Gas and Electric Light Co., bds 41 Payson 

Robert F., emp F. R. R., bds 41 Payson 

Simon, emp F. W. Co., bds 12 Fourth 

Tillie Mrs., dressmaker 20 Townsend, h do. 

William H., emp Beoli Co., h 23 Norwood, W. F. 

— see Morrice 
Morriseau Albert, emp Ashburnham, h 25 Beech 

Alfred, rem to Ashburnham 
Morrison Annie B., widow Alexander G., h (5) 17 Blossom 

Hannah Miss, dressmaker 8 Putnam, rms do. 

James H., emp Armour & Co., rms (5) 17 Blossom 

Robert S., emp C. B. & Co., h 109 Boutelle 
Morrissey Alice Miss, dressmaker 54 Payson, h do. 

Andrew, bds 11 Boylston st ext 

Dennis J., mason, bds 212 Water 

Elizabeth, widow Dennis, h 212 Water 

Michael F., mason, bds 212 Water 
Morrow John W., painter, h 80 Snow 

William P., rem to Boston 
Morse Arthur S., bookkeeper F. Mfg. Co., h 92 Mechanic 

MORSE BROS., (Charles A. and Clayton E. Morse), dealers in 
eaves troughs, conductors and ladders 89 Day [seepage492] 

Charles A., (Morse Bros.) 89 Day, res Northampton 

Clarence, rem to Montague 

Clayton E., (Morse Bros.) 89 Day, rms 54 do. 

Eli, emp F. R. R., h 48 Lunenburg 

Elisha H., dealer in eaves troughs and conductors 100 Cedar, h do. 

Fred E., emp F. R. R., h 233 Water 

George, laborer, bds 94 Culley 

Harry G., rem to Idaho 

Henry G., treas F. Mutual Fire Insurance Co., h 82 Blossom 

Herbert G., asst cashier Wachusett National Bank, h 25 At- 
lantic av 

James E., gen supt U. M. Co. 124 Water, h 25 Atlantic av 

John L., traveling salesman Iver Johnson Sporting Goods Co., 
h 86 Lawrence 

Lillian C. Miss, bds 58 Pine 

Marcellus J., emp 223 Main, h 94 Pleasant 

Martin E., emp Dwight Fuller, h 40 Mechanic 

Warren K., h 1 Crocker terrace 

William Henry, rem to Leominster 
Mortenson John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 60 Arlington 
Moschner Adolph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 48 Leighton 

Ernest, baker emp 32 Day, rms 48 Leighton 

Frank, emp Parkhill Mfg". Co., h 12 Foster 

William, h 48 Leighton 
Moses Elizabeth, widow Thomas, rem to Lowell 



214 FITCHBUEG [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Moses George W., machinist P. M. Co., bds 57 Snow 



Thomas W., emp F. W. Co., h 59 Bemis 



William, slater William Edwards Slate Co., h 57 Snow 
Mosher Charles E., horse trainer, h 42 Summer 

Edwin D., clerk 138 Main, hi Payson ct 

Elmore, emp J. Cushing & Co., bds 40 Crescent 

WiUiam H., emp F. R. R., h 68 Green 
Moss Fred, emp Beoli Co., bds Turnpike, W. F. 

George C, emp Beoli Co., bds Turnpike, W. F. 

George G., emp Beoli Co., h Turnpike, W. F. 
Mossberg Gustav, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 42 River 

Oscar, foreman Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works, h 42 
River 
Mosseson Knut, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 407 Main 
Mossman Jerome, wood turner r 5 Main, h 15 Bluff av 

John W., emp P. M. Co., h 113 Lawrence 
Motto Michael, clerk 108 Main, bds Canton st ex 

Michael, bootblack emp 195 1-2 Main, bds Canton st ex 

MOULTON ALICE L. Miss, china painting 9 Atlantic av, bds 
do. [see page 454] 
Delia Mrs., h 70 North 

MOULTON EDGAR S., architect, carpenter and builder 13 
Holt, h do. [see page 486] 
Horatio D., photographer emp 368 Main, h 474 do. 

MOULTON JOSEPH C, photographer 368 Main, h 9 Atlantic 
av [see page 454] 
Mountjoy Frederick, blacksmith emp 7 Brook, rms 16 Grove 
Mount Laurel Cemetery, Laurel and Franklin 
Moussette Edmund, emp Orswell Mills, h 152 Kimball 
Mower Thomas S., emp P. M. Co., bds Hotel Westmoreland 

Waldo W., rem to Connecticut 
Moy Sam, laundry 394 Main, h do. 
Moynihan Bridget Mrs., emp R. Wallace, h 83 Depot, W. F. 

Cornelius, laborer, h 69 Middle 

Timothy J., emp F. R. R. shop, bds 69 Middle 
Mugurduchian Jacob, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 548 Main 
Muir Stuart D., bookkeeper Armour & Co., rms 98 Blossom 
Mulaney Edward J., engineer F. R. R., h 120 Myrtle av 
Mulcahey Margaret, widow James, dressmaker 44 Church, h do. 

Patrick, emp F. W. Co.. rms 150 Water 
Muldoon Patrick J., emp M. Kivlon, h 143 Hey wood 
Mulhane Michael W. Rev., asst rector St. Bernard's church, h 178 

Water 
Mulhern Daniel, emp J. Becker Mfg. Co., h 202 Water 

John, emp F. W. Co., bds 21 Third 

Julia Miss, h 23 Harvard 

Michael Mrs., h 21 Third 
Mulkeen Patrick J., grocer 166 Water, h 41 Granite 



FITCHBURG [ M ] DIRECTORY. 215 

Mull Adolf, rem to Germany • 

Mullahy Michael, fireman Falulah Paper Co., h Carey 

Nora Miss, emp Leominster, rms 8 Nashua 

Thomas, emp city, h 153 Water 
Mullaney Michael P., emp Falulah Paper Co., h 101 Melrose 
Mullen James, emp F. W. Co., h 297 Water 

Robert, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., bds 29 North 

Robert, laborer, h 15 Smith 

Samuel, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 170 Kimball 
Mulligan — see Milligan 

Mullins Patrick J., teamster, h 106 Leighton 
Mulloy Mary, widow John, h 16 Morris 
Mulqueen — see Mulkeen 
Mulroy Timothy O., jobber, h 150 Water 
Mulstay Eugene L., emp E. H. Morse, h 191 Mechanic 
Mulvaney James, loom fixer F. W. Co., h 188 Water 

Thomas J., rem to Boston 
Mungall Daniel, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 110 Kimball 

James, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 110 Kimball 
Munn George M., h 50 Mechanic 
Munroe Fred W., steam fitter emp 159 Main, h 107 Myrtle av 

— see Monroe 
Munson Cyrus D., h 276 Lunenburg 

Nels, clerk 494 Main, h 528 do. 
Murch Alfred, emp Beoli Co., h 66 Institute, W. F. 

Benjamin E., machinist, h 127 Snow 

Henry, clerk 247 Main, bds 127 Snow 

Mark E., bds 127 Snow 
Murdock Alexander, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 56 Plymouth 

George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 56 Plymouth 
Murley Jeremiah, rem to Princeton 

John F., emp Beoli Co., h Baltic lane n Ashburnham, W. F. 

Katie Miss, bds Baltic lane n Ashburnham, W. F. 

Maggie Miss, bds Baltic lane n Ashburnham, W. F. 

— see Mprrilly 
Murnane John F., molder H. W. & Co., h 3 Congress pi 

Martin E., emp F. R. R. shop, h 29 Forest 

Mary, widow William, h 29 Forest 

Patrick, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 29 Forest 

Timothy F., chief fire dept, h 114 Myrtle av 

William J., molder emp H. W. & Co., h 41 Pay son 

Winifred E. Miss, teacher, bds 29 Forest 
Murphy Bridget C. Miss, dressmaker 349 1-2 Main, bds do. 

Catherine, widow Hugh, h 22 Third 

Clarence, emp Joseph Pierce & Son, rms 339 Main 

Daniel, emp Star Worsted Co., bds 265 River 

Edmund, emp M. A. Hanigan & Co., bds 6 Morris 

Edward C, flagman Leominster, rms 14 North 
16 



216 FITCHBUEG [ M J DIRECTORY. 

Murphy Edward H., harness maker emp 19 Day, bds 14 North 

Eugene, agent Keefe Bros. 298 Main, rms 5 Cottage sq 

Hannah, widow Jeremiah, h 95 Princeton rd, W. F. 

Hannah Mrs., rem to New Hampshire 

Hannah, widow Anthony, h 394 1-2 Main 

James, rem to Gardner 

Jeremiah J., harness maker emp H. Aitchison, h 14 North 

Jerome R., rem to Worcester 

John, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., h 49 Middle street lane 

John, bds 113 Leighton 

John B., mason, h 9 Brigham 

John F., beamer tender, bds 521 Main 

John F., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 32 Putnam 

John H., laborer, bds 95 Princeton rd, W. F. 

John H., (J. H. Murphy & Co.) 46 Middle, bds 22 Third 

John H. & Co., (John H. and Thomas B. Murphy) grocers 46 
Middle 

Joseph P., weaver Beoli Co., h Baltic lane near Ashburnham, 
W. F. 

Julia, widow Patrick, h 247 Water 

Mary A., widow James J., h 32 Putnam 

Peter, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 73 Clarendon 

Peter, emp F. W. Co., h 450 Water 

Thomas B., (Murphy Bros.) 46 Middle, bds 22 Third 

Thomas J., carpenter, h 43 North 

Timothy J., emp P. M. Co., bds 41 Albee 

William F., emp Beoli Co., h Baltic lane, W. F. 

William P., blacksmith, h 11 Doane 
Murray Alice Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 589 West- 
minster Hill rd, W. F. 

James, laborer, h 641 Westminster, W. F. 

James F., emp F. Worsted Co., h 27 Hale 

Jessie A., widow John, h 6 Cherry 

John J., emp F. Paper Co., h 472 Fairmount, W. F. 

Lizzie B. Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 17 Pacific 

Mary, widow Thomas, h 73 Phillips, W. F. 

Margaret A. Miss, rem to Boston 

Minnie A. Miss, rem to Lynn 

Patrick, emp C. B. & Co./h 641 Westminster, W. F. 

Patrick, shoe dealer 1082 River, W. F., bds 43 Fair view, do. 

Patrick J., emp F. Paper Co., h 472 Fairmount, W. F. 

Peter, farmer, h 103 Jackson av 

Thomas, h 17 Pacific I 

Murtagh Lucy B. F. Miss, fancy goods 154 Water, bds 156 do. 
Music Hall, 208 Main 

Mustakangas John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 149 Mechanic 
Muttala Erik, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 2 Franklin • 

Myers John F., emp F. M. Works, bds 22 First 



FITCHBURG [N] DIRECTORY. 217 

Myers William, emp C. B. & Co., h Temple n Vernon, W. F. 
Mygatt Fred C, emp Boston, h 70 Highland av 
Mylott Harry D., clerk 210 Main, bds 25 Pine 

Mary, widow Henry, h 17 Second 

Winnifred, widow Timothy, h 25 Pine 
Mystic Club, 22 Laurel 

Nadeau Adelard, emp J. Mossman, h 83 Cleghorn 

Alfred, carpenter, bds 82 Columbus 

Antoine Jr., rem to Canada 

David, emp F. R. R., h 82 Columbus 

Pierre, emp F. R. R., h 7 Plymouth 

William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 521 Main 
Nagle George B., rem to Boston 
Naples Angelo, laborer, bds 27 First 

Naramore Ernest G., (Naramore & Gough) 65 Charles, h 10 Win- 
throp 

George B., farmer, h 38 Myrtle av 

& Gough, (Ernest G. Naramore and Charles E. Gough) grocers 
65 Charles 
Narbonne Louis, wheelwright emp A. A. Holt, h 43 Canton 

Louis N., painter, bds 43 Canton 

Raoul, emp F. Duck Mill, h 55 Albee 
Nash George L., rem to Lawrence 

John, conductor F. & L. St. Ry. and shoemaker 213 Water, h 
189 Summer 
Nashua House, Miss C. L. Kane prop, 104 Main 
Nathan Abraham, h 169 Blossom 

James H., bds 169 Blossom 

Romeo W., h 16 Highland av 

Sylvester M.. (Nathan & Remington) 82 Main, bds 169 Blossom 

NATHAN & REMINGTON, (Sylvester M. Nathan and Al- 
fred M. Remington) bicycles and sporting goods 82 Main 
[see page 463] 
National Express Co., Charles W. Thompson agent, passenger depot, 
245 Main, and West Fitchburg depot and Wachusett station 
House, John Aroian prop, 398 and 400 Main 

NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF VERMONT, 
Charles O. Hamilton agent, 234 Main [see page 450] 
Nattila John, laborer, h 26 Harwood pi 
Naumann — see Neumann 
Nay Ion — see Neylon and Neilon 
Naylor William, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 73 Nashua 
Neal Horace, rem to Boston 

John T., painter, h 23 Payson 

Leon E., emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 23 Payson 

Martin F., emp F. R. R., h 38 Granite 
Neaman Carl J., rem to Providence, R. I. 



218 FITCHBURG [NJ DIRECTORY. 

Nee Anna Miss, emp Orswell Mills, bds 150 Kimball 
Gertrude Miss, emp Orswell Mills, bds 150 Kimball 

Needham Patrick F., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h Nockege 

Neil George H., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 112 Kimball 
Henry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 27 Cleghorn 
Marian Mrs., h 163 Fairmount 
Mary, widow Robert, h 112 Kimball 

Robert Jr., overseer Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 114 Kimball 
— see O'Neil 

Neilon Edward J., letter carrier, bds 15 Worcester 
John, h 15 Worcester 
W T illiam H., molder, bds 15 Worcester 

Neilson Anders, emp Burbank Hospital, li 68 Marshall 
Anker, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 8 Leighton 
Christian, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 526 Main 
Christian M., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 13 West 
Louis, clerk 147 Main, h 8 Leighton 
Mikalai, laborer, bds 18 Harwood pi 
Peter, laborer, h 26 Harwood pi 
Rudolph, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms Nockege 

Nelligan Ellen, widow Patrick, rem to Athol 

Nelson Axel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 62 Prichard 
Carl, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 10 Leighton 
Emil, emp Burbank Hospital, h 116 High 
Fred E., steam fitter, h 14 1-2 Cherry 
Jane Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), bds 52 River 
John L., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 64 Kimball 
Neils, milk peddler, h 142 Mechanic 
Niku, laborer, h 97 Mechanic 

Nils, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 10 Leighton 
Nils P., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 54 Mt. Globe 
Olaf, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 142 Mechanic 
Robert N., emp I. J. A & C. Works, bds 21 West 
Sarah A., widow Joseph S., h 74 Blossom 
Swan, (Nelson & Swanson) 306 Main, rms 49 Fox 
William A., supt F. S. B. Co., h 86 Highland av 

NELSON & SWANSON, (Swan Nelson and Charles O. Swan- 
son) bakers and confectioners 306 Main [see page 472] 
Nemetz Frank, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 122 Kimball 
Nestor Thomas, emp N. Y., N. H. &.H. R. R., h 41 Granite 
Neubauer John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 191 Beech 
Neumann Oscar, laborer, h 12 Kimball 
Neville Daniel, emp P. M. Co., h 24 Walnut 

Daniel B., clerk 181 Water, bds 24 Walnut 
Patrick F , emp P. M. Co., bds 24 Walnut 

NEW ATLANTIC TEA CO., F. A. Blanchard mgr, tea and 
coffee dealers 1 Main [see page 475] 



FITCHBURG 



[NJ DIRECTORY. 219 



NEW ENGLAND TEA AND CROCKERY CO., David 
Monteith prop, 214 Main [see page 475] 

NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH 
CO., 162 Main [see adv opp Telephone offices, Business 
Directory] 
New Hampshire Moulded Granite Co., F. L. Curaings pres, 14 Day 
New Jerusalem Church, 254 Main 
New York and Boston Despatch Express Co., John C. Green agt, 

office at Union depot 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad freight house 77 Main 
Newbegin George W., clerk The Fitchburg, bds do. 
Newcomb Fred E., emp 453 Main, bds 56 Day 

Frederick, baker, bds 44 Temple, W. F. 

George, emp Beoli Co., h 20 Vernon ct, W. F. 

George H., emp F. W. Co., bds Burns cor Institute, W. F. 

James, emp C. B. & Co.. h Burns cor Institute, W. F. . 

John, emp Beoli Co., h 81 Eaton, W. F. 

John, emp Beoli Co.., h 20 Temple, W. F. 

Robert H., emp Beoli Co., bds 44 Temple, W. F. 

Thomas, emp Beoli Co., h 44 Temple, W. F. 

Thomas Jr., emp Beoli Co., h 10 Farmer, W. F. 

Wallace W., mgr L. H. Pratt & Co. 160 Main,h 120 Lawrence 

William, h 36 Wachusett, W. F. 

William Jr., emp Beoli Co., h 51 Wachusett, W. F. 
Newell Emma Miss, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 3 Congress pi 

Eugene, brakeman F. R. R., rms 38 Day 

George A., h 81 Myrtle av; 

Georgetta Miss, emp 182 Westminster, W. F., bds do. 
Newitt Edward, asst foreman P. M. Co., h 48 Snow 
Newman Edward, painter, h 37 West 

NEWTON ARTHUR G., boots and shoes 30 Main, bds 98 
Blossom [see back cover] 
Bros., (Chester G. and Francis L. Newton) meat market 64 

Green 
Charles H, treas Beoli Co. 51 Sanborn, W. F., h 190 Blossom 
Charles M., rem to Little Rock, Ark. 
Chester G., (Newton Bros.) 64 Green, h 122 Myrtle av 
Ephraim B., bds 98 Blossom 

Francis L., (Newton Bros.) 64 Green, bds 122 Myrtle av 
Hattie J. Miss, h 98 Blossom 
Mamie E. Miss, rem to Keene, N. H. 
Marcus A., rem to New Hampshire 

Willard A., blacksmith emp G. E. Waite & Co., h Gardner rd 
William P., (Newton .& Hill) 6 Baker, bds 98 Blossom 
& Hill, (William P. Newton and Leroy Hill) blacksmiths 6 

Baker 
Neylon Anastacia Miss, emp Leominster, bds 68 Albee 

Michael, foreman dept 11 P. M. Co., h r 14 Washington 
— see Naylon and Neilon 



220 FITCHBURG [N] DIRECTORY. 

Niagara Hose Co., No. 4, 11 Summer n Main 
Nichols Abram J., bookkeeper S. R.-M. Co., h 161 Summer 
Charles H., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 19 Cross 
Ellen Mrs., h 6 Boutelle 
■ Frank I., (Nichols & Frost) 150 to 156 Main, h (8) 372 do. 
Fred R., brakeman F. R. R., h 25 Brigham Park 
Frederick C, bookkeeper F. Savings Bank, rms 19 Prospect 
George A., architect, bds 161 Summer 
James E., emp C. B. & Co., h 63 Wachusett, W. F. 
John, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., rms 58 Day 
Joseph, emp Beoli Co., bds 28 Wachusett, W. F. 
Margaret, widow Henry P., h 19 Cross 

NICHOLS WALLACE, dealer in carriages, sleighs and har- 
nesses 455 Main, h 470 do. [see page 495] 
Warren, emp F. M. Works, bds 29 North 
William M., emp C. B. & Co., h 100 Temple, W. F. 

NICHOLS & FROST, (F. I. Nichols and W. A. Frost) dry and 
fancy goods, millinery, dressmaking, etc., 150 to 156 Main 
[see page 458] 
Nicholson Doctor L., canvasser Singer Mfg. Co., bds 9 Snow 

Edward, emp F. A. McCauliff, rms 48 River 
Nickerson Andrew C, emp P. M. Co., h 2 Payson 

Eric, laborer, h 173 Rollstone 
Nicolas William, emp W. A. Garno, h 133 Lunenburg 
Niemi John, laborer, h 97 Mechanic 

Kalle, laborer, h 44 Church 

Otto, laborer, bds 34 Marshall 
Nighthart Ida Miss, emp Orswell Mills, bds 239 River 
Nikander John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 175 Rollstone 
Niklander Ernest, carpenter, h 145 Mechanic 
Nikula Frans, laborer, h 99 Mechanic 
Nile Albin, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 27 Cleghorn 
Nilscn Hokan, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 102 Leighton 

— see Nelson 
Nims Charles F., lunch room 39 Elm, h do. 

Eugene R., engineer F. R. R., rms 100 Snow 
Nisula Sefanias, emp P. M. Co., h 18 Harwood pi 
Nixon George, emp I. N. Choate, h 35 Maple 
Noble William H., emp Beoli Co., h 24 Norwood, W. F. 

NOCKEGE MILL, Charles T. Crocker pres, W. F. Stiles treas, 
mfrs cotton cloths Nockege, office 273 River [see page 432] 
Noe Paul, h 94 1-2 North 

Noel Anna Miss, milliner emp 208 Main, bds 18 South 
Dominic, meat peddler 81 Cleghorn, h do. 
Gideon, h 71 Columbus 
Leon, chopper, h 24 Spruce 
Mary Miss, bds 18 South 
Stanislas, mason, h 69 Columbus 



FITCHBURG [NJ DIRECTORY. 221 

Nolan John, hostler 23 Snow, bds 28 do. 

Lizzie M. Miss, teacher, bds 18 Railroad 
Margaret A. Miss, bds 18 Railroad 
Mary, widow James, h 18 Railroad 
Mary A. Miss, milliner, bds 18 Railroad 

NOLAN MATTHEW, cigar mfr and dealer 181 Main, h 214 
Blossom [see page 469] 
Patrick, emp F. R. R., h 24 Spruce 

Nolen A. Eugene, teacher high school, rms 3 Wood pi 

Noonan Ann, widow Patrick J., h 75 Smith 
Charles, student, bds 33 Kimball pi 
Daniel, emp D. M. Dillon, h Munroe off Birch 
Edward, emp F. Worsted Co., h 233 Water 
Frank H., emp F. Worsted Co., bds Munroe off Birch 
James J., emp H. J. Lewis, h 16 South 
John F., rms 90 Blossom 
Mary, widow Michael, h 2 Hale 
Matthew, yard clerk F. R. R., h 33 Kimball pi 
Matthew S., emp F. R. R. shop, h 4 Duck Mill rd 
William, barber 268 Water, bds 2 Hale 
William, emp E, M. D. & Co., bds Munroe off Birch 

Nooney Charles H., emp S. R.-M. Co., rms 32 Main 

NORCROSS AMASA, attorney and pres Worcester North Sav- 
ings Institution, prevF. Mut. Fire Ins. Co., (Norcross 
& Baker) 140 Main, bds The Fitchburg 

NORCROSS & BAKER, (Amasa Norcross and Charles F. Ba- 
ker), attorneys 140 Main [see page 444] 
Nordin Charles G., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 44 Goddard 
Nordstrom Andrew, emp J. Becker Mfg. Co., h 47 Newton 

Anton, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 94 Kimball 

John, foreman Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works, h 94 Kim- 
ball 
Norling Erick, rem to Sweden 
Norman Francis, laborer, h 121 Depot, W. F. 

James, emp C. B. & Co., h 81 Cascade, W. F. 

John, emp Beoli Co., h 9 Hannigan ct, W. F. 
Normandin Alfred, concrete worker, h 19 Woodland 

Philomene Miss, milliner emp 197 Main, bds 221 Fairmount 

Sophia, widow Joseph, h 221 Fairmount 
Norris Adelaide L. Mrs., newspaper correspondent, h 7 Lincoln 

Erasmus A., bill collector, h 7 Lincoln 
Norrstrom Hjalmer, emp J. B. Mfg. Co., rms 239 1-2 Main 
North Annie M., widow Ralph, bds 161 Mt. Vernon 

Fred F., rem to Ashburnham 
Northrop John C, rem to Providence, R. I. 
Norton Eva F. Miss, telephone operator Leominster, bds 38 East 

Frank H., emp Beoli Co., bds 224 Ashburnham, W. F. 

George H., pattern maker, h 38 East 



222 FITCHBURG [N] DIRECTORY. 

Norton George P., physician 24 Prichard, h do. 

Mary G. Miss, milliner 208 Main, bds 24 Prichard 

Patrick, engineer N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 24 Prichard 

Patrick J., h 224 Ashburnham, W. F. 

William E., driver American Express Co., h 47 Payson 
Nourie Augustus, lineman emp W. U. Tel. Co., h 22 Winch 
Nourse Albeit F., emp F. & L. St. Ry., h 33 Prichard 

Jessie S. Miss, h 1095 River, W. F. 

Joseph E., h 1095 River, W. F. 

Mary E. Miss, h 1095 River, W. F. 

NOURSE PHINEAS A., prop Fitchburg Steam Carpet Clean- 
ing Works off Putnam r Jennison Plumbing Co.'s, h 8 
Weymouth [see page 463J 

NOVELTY TURNING CO., James Brown prop, 31 North [see 
page 442] 
Noyce Emma A. Miss, dressmaker 11 Newton pi, h do. 

Henry, h 11 Newton pi 
Noyes Ernest L., rem to Albany, N. Y. 

James, rem to White River Junction, Vt. 
Nngent James Mrs. rem to Leominster 
Nukala Alfred, laborer, h 97 Mechanic 

Nurnberger Robert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h Fisher rd n Me- 
chanic 
Nushanian Dikran, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 538 Main 

Thomas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 538 Main 
Nute John B., head waiter The Fitchburg, bds do. 
Nuttali Jakob, laborer, bds 105 Mechanic 
Nutting Crosby W., engineer F. Gas and El. Light Co., h 72 Kimball 

E. E. & Co. (Elmer E. Nutting, Charles M. Flint), confection- 
ery mfrs. 39 North 

Edson F., emp Gilchrest, W T iley & Foss, h 25 W^inthrop 

Elmer E. (E. E. Nutting & Co.), 39 North, h Thorndike, 
Pleasant View Park 

Frank H., emp F. F. Farrar, h 7 Winthrop 

Fred R., collector F. Gas and El. Light Co., bds 72 Kimball 

George E., asst librarian Wallace Library, bds 51 Payson 

Henry W., printer 75 Nashua, bds do. 

John L., emp P. M. Co., h 51 Payson 

Mary E., widow John Q. A., h 75 Nashua 

Susan A., widow Moses L., bds 72 Kimball 

William H., h Thorndike 
Nye Clara S. Mrs., h 27 Garland 

Harry S., (Metropolitan Stock Exchange), (6 and 7) 387 Main, 
bds The Fitchburg 
Nygard John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 26 West 
Nygreen Charles, shoemaker 398 Main, bds 5 1-2 West 
Nyholm Charles, baker emp 306 Main, bds 138 High 

Kalle, laborer, bds 99 Mechanic 



FITCHBURG [O ] DIRECTORY. 223 

Nylund Isaac, laborer, rms 1T3 Rollstone 

John, clerk 97 Mechanic, bds do. 
Nyman Anti, laborer, h 183 Rollstone 

Ati, laborer, bds 183 Rollstone 

Oscar, laborer, h 12 Kimball 
Nystedt John, rem to Sweden 

Sextus, rem to Worcester 

Oakes Fred M., emp E. F. B. & Co., h 426 North 

Lyle L., emp E. F. B. & Co., bds 57 Clinton 

William F., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 57 Clinton 
Oakman Ellen M., widow Leonard, h 68 Arlington 

Eugene, clerk, office supt of streets, bds 68 Arlington 

George, h 5 Cottage sq 

Lizzie Mis?, h 101 High 
Oaks Amelia, widow William, h 450 Water 
Obie Alfred, rem to Leominster 

Edward, barber emp 72 Main, h 304 1-2 do. 

George H., bds 48 Lunenburg 

John, h 48 Lunenburg 
Oborne Emily Miss, emp Leominster, bds 81 Laurel 
O'Brien Annie M. Miss, h 217 Main 

Catherine, widow Michael, h 45 Norwood, W. F. 

Daniel, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 182 Fair mount 

David, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., bds 19 Lawrence 

Edward, laborer, bds 25 Third 

Elizabeth B. Miss, milliner Daniel Harley, bds 51 Snow 

Frank P., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 34 Kimball 

James, bds 50 Clyde 

James, rem to Pawtucket, R. I. 

James B., clerk, bds 9 Kimball 

James F., emp P. M. Co., h 9 Kimball 

John, emp F. R. R., h 19 Lawrence 

John F., driver American Express Co., h Salem n Granite 

Kate Miss, rem to Otter River 

Margaret Miss, rms 169 Mt. Vernon 

Margaret Miss, bookkeeper 385 Main, bds 54 Mechanic 

Margaret, widow Daniel, h 22 Institute, W. F. 

Mary, widow Patrick, h 25 Third 

Michael, Jr., emp Beoli Co., h 200 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Patrick, laborer, bds 21 Salem 

Patrick, cigars and tobacco 407 Main, bds 32 Baker 

Thomas H., barber, h 165 Water 

William F., emp Beoli Co., bds 22 Institute, W. F. 

William F., molder P. M. Co., h 73 Cedar 
O'Connell Ann, widow John, h Fair view n Tremont, W. F. 

Bridget, widow Patrick, h 35 1-2 Forest 

Daniel, emp F. Paper Co. No. 1, h 66 Norwood, W. F. 



224 FITCHBURG [O] DIRECTOEY. 

O'Connell Delia Miss, bds 35 1-2 Forest 

John, ernp Beoli Co., bds Fairview n Tremont, W. F. 

John J., teamster emp 350 Main, h 74 Marshall 

Mary Miss, emp C. B. & Co., bds 10 Kimball 

Michael F., file cutter, bds 215 Water 

M. Frederick, representative Boston Globe, rms 53 Fox 

Nellie F. Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 52 Norwood, W. F. 

Thomas, h 215 Water 

Thomas F., foreman Falulah Paper Co., h 158 Intervale 

Timothy, mason, h 57 Eaton, W. F. 

Timothy Jr., bds 52 Norwood, W. F. 

William F., emp F. R. R., h 50 Lunenburg 

William M., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 32 Goodwin 
O'Connor Abbie Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 196 Water 

Bridget Miss, h 196 Water 

D. Charles, (D. Charles O'Connor & Co.) 243 Main, bds 98 
Kimball 

O'CONNOR D. CHARLES & CO., (D. Charles O'Connor and 
Michael R. Lyons^) druggists 243 Main [see page 457] 
O'CONNOR DANIEL, granite worker and contractor River opp 
Orswell Mills, h 98 Kimball [see page 483] 
Daniel, emp F. R. R. shop, h 183 Hey wood 
David, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., bds 61 Heywood 
Dennis, emp F. R. R., h 189 Water 

Dennis, emp Beoli Co., h 815 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Edmund, watchman Star Worsted Co., h 182 Fairmount 
Edmund T., emp F. W. Co., bds 5 Sheridan 
Edward, blacksmith F. R. R., h 29 Beech 
Edward Jr., stonecutter, h 63 Beech 

Edward J., stonecutter emp D. O'Connor, h 102 Kimball 
Edward P., emp F. W. Co., h 63 Newton 
Ellen, widow Maurice, h 17 Temple, W. F. 
Ellen T. Miss, nurse, bds 3 Rockland 
George P., peddler, h 115 Beech 
John, emp C. B. & Co., h 228 Westminster, W. F. 
John, emp F. R. R., bds 189 Water 
John, emp F. R. R., rms Summer street engine house 
John J., polisher, bds 64 Canton 
Josie Miss, dressmaker, bds 3 Rockland 
Maggie B. Miss, clerk 210 Main, bds off Sheridan 
Margaret Miss, teacher, bds 3 Pearl 
Mary Mrs., h 3 Rockland 
Mary Miss, h 196 Water 
Maurice, laborer, h 104 Beech 

Maurice, emp C. B. & Co., h 95 Princeton rd, W. F. 
Maurice Jr., stonecutter, h 104 Beech 
Maurice F., beamer Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 3 Rockland 
Michael, laborer, h 43 Grove 



FITCHBURG [O] DIRECTORY. 225 

O'Connor Michael L, emp C. B. & Co.,bds 228 Westminster, W.F. 

Nellie T. Miss, dressmaker 17 Temple, W. F., bds do. 

Nora Miss, rem to Ireland 

Nora, widow Michael J., h 64 Canton 

Patrick, farmer, h 560 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Sarah J. Miss, kindergarten school 3 Pearl, h do. 

Thomas, janitor South Fitchburg school, h 5 Sheridan 

Thomas G., emp F. W. Co., h 21 Devlin 

— see Connor and Connors 
O'Day Cornelius, emp C. B. & Co., h 738 Westminster Hill rd, W F. 

Thomas F., emp C. B. & Co., h 101 Princeton rd, W. F. 
Odd Fellows' Hall, 129 Main 
O'Dell Oliver, painter, h 80 Culley 

Odell Paul E., train despatcher F. K. R., rms 110 Blossom 
Oderman John, rem to Greendale 
O'Donnell Bridget, widow John, h 28 Institute, W. F. 

Bridget Miss, rem to Roxbury 

Catherine, widow John, bds 132 Laurel 

Cornelius K., emp Beoli Co., bds 28 Institute, W. F. 

James, emp city, h 125 Hey wood 

John, emp F. R. R. shop, h 9 Salem 

John, emp Beoli Co.. h 109 Phillips, W. F. 

Richard, emp F. R. R., bds 34 Putnam 
Oeser Frobald, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 111 Leighton 

Max O., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 138 Leighton 
Ogden Fred S., upholsterer, bds 20 Congress 

John W., society goods, h 7 1-2 Highland av 

Julia A., widow John, h 20 Congress 
O'Gorman George J., emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., bds 22 First 

Mary, widow Michael, h 22 First 
O'Hair Patrick, emp F. R. R., h 3 Prescott 
O'Haire Catherine, widow Michael, h off Hannigan ct, W. F. 

Charles H., emp Beoli Co., bds off Hannigan ct, W. F. 

John, emp R. Wallace, bds off Hannigan ct, W. F. 

Michael, emp Beoli Co., h 102 Depot, W. F. 
Ohannishian Kerop, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co.. bds 614 Main 
O'Hara Frank, emp F. Paper Co., h 14 Norwood, W. F. 

James, emp F. Paper Co., h 45 Norwood, W. F. 

James, clerk C. A. Cross & Co., bds 30 Church 

James A., telegraph operator F. R. R., h 25 First 

John A., laborer, h 163 Water 

John J., rem to Leominster 

Mary Miss, emp F. Paper Co., bds 1027 River, W. F. 

Patrick, messenger F. R. R. depot, bds 165 Water 

Patrick, engineer C. B. & Co., bds 641 Westminster, W. F. 

Patrick, fireman F. P. Co., bds 14 Norwood, W. F. 

Thomas, emp C. B. & Co., h 721 Westminster, W. F. 

William, stonemason, h 36 Charles 



226 FITCHBURG [O] DIRECTORY. 

O'Hearn Andrew, emp Beoli Co., bds 76 Sanborn, W. F. 

Daniel, bds 31 Granite 

John F., plumber, bds 29 Temple, W. F. 

Martin A., emp city, h 37 Cane 

Michael, emp Beoli Co., h 29 Temple, W. F. 

— see Ahem 
Oh man Gustaf , rem to Gardner 
O'Horo Anna F. Miss, emp Leominster, bds 6 Waverly 

Mary J. Miss, dressmaker 167 Main, rms 6 Waverly 

Patrick EL, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 58 Day 

Thomas J., conductor F. R. R., h 10 Fulton 
Ojala Jacob, laborer, bds 85 Mechanic 
Okari Matti, laborer, bds 97 Mechanic 
O'Keefe Ann, widow Daniel, h 129 Sanborn, W. F. 

Bridget Mrs., h 82 Birch 

James M., emp F. & L. St. Ry., bds 82 Birch 

Jeremiah, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 59 North 

John T., emp Beoli Co., h 67 Temple, W. F. 

Joseph J., emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., bds 82 Birch 
O'Keeffe Joseph, emp J. H. Kirby, h 175 Water 
Okmann Jacob, peddler, h 14 Water st lane 
Olakkala Henry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), bds 91 Mechanic 

Seffani, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 91 Mechanic 
Olcott Willis B., machinist F. R. R. roundhouse, h 167 Myrtle av 
Oldfield John R., reporter Sentinel 389 Main and manager Whit- 
ney's Opera House 191 do., h 87 Harrison av 
O'Leary Mary, widow Michael, h 52 North 

Thomas, carpenter, h 303 Water 

William, emp Orswell Mills, bds 41 West 
Olin Charles L., rem to Willimantic, Conn. 

Sadie A. Miss, bookkeeper 11 Day, bds 89 do. 
Oliver Charles, wood worker F. R. R. shop, h 43 Milk 

Charles E., emp Leominster, h 697 Water 

Charles E., emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 697 Water 
Ollila Erick, laborer, h 85 Mechanic 
Olmstead John A., carpenter, h 372 Lunenburg 

Nelson J , emp 31 Newton pi, h 158 Myrtle av 
Olsen Andrew, laborer, h 21 North 

Andrew, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 78 River 

Andrew Gustave, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 47 West 

Anthony, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 41 West 

August, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 8 1-2 Leighton 

Axel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 37 West 

Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 5 1-2 West 

Christopher, emp 1. J. A. & C. Works, h 34 Marshall 

Christopher, rem to Norway 

Gertrude O. Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 41 West 

Gust, emp J. B. Mfg. Co., rms 47 Newton 



FITCHBUKG [O] DIRECTORY. 227 

Olsen Gustaf, emp I. J. A. &>C. Works, rms 42 River 

Hans, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 40 Westminster Hill rd 
Hjalmar, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 92 Kimball 
John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 41 West 
John E., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 48 River 
John P., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 56 Goddard 
Olaf, emp I. J. A. &. C. Works, h 56 Marshall 
Oscar, emp J. B. Mfg. Co., rms 47 Newton 
Oscar, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 48 River 

OLSON JOHN, cigars, newsroom and steamship ticket agent, etc., 
505 Main, h 503 do. [see page 4521 

John, emp S. Mfg. Co , bds 31 Fulton 
Olsson Olaf, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 98 Blossom 
O'Malley James J., emp F. W. Co., bds 113 Albee 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., (C) h 206 Fairmount 
O'Mara Sadie Miss, rms 420 Water 

William, bds 43 North 
O'Neil John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 5 Academy 

Thomas, rem to Lawrence 
O'Neill Daniel, empNockege Mill, h 596 Main 

Daniel, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 64 Marshall 

Dennis, rem to Boston 

Hannah Miss, emp C. B. & Co., bds 101 Princeton rd, W. F. 

James, laborer, h 24 Central 

Jeremiah S., emp G. W. W. Paper Co., h 96 Albee 

John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 7 Canton 

Mary, widow Patrick, h rear 203 Fairmount 

Michael, plumber emp Jennison Plumbing Co. 80 Westminster 
W. F., h 92 Temple, do. 

Michael J., yard foreman F. R. R., h 7 Canton 

Patrick, rem to Boston 

Thomas, vegetable peddler, bds rear 203 Fairmount 

— see Neil 
Onthank Elmer A., cashier Safety Fund National Bank 229 Main, 

bds The Fitchburg 
Openiski Louis, peddler, h 81 Phelps 
Oravala Kalle, emp F. M. Works, h 177 Rollstone 
Otawala Andro, emp M. J. Perault, h 97 Mechanic 

Karl, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 97 Mechanic 

0RDWAY ALFRED R., coal dealer, yard off Putnam n J. 
Cushing & Co.'s mill, branch office 421 Main, h 114 Pleas- 
ant [see outside back cover] 
B. Frank, roadmaster F. & L. St. Ry., h 240 River 
Ernest E., conductor F. R. R., rms (3) 10 Day 
Lillian Miss, teacher, bds 54 Mechanic 
Samuel A., clerk, h 54 Mechanic 
O'Reilly Daniel J., emp M. J. Perault, h 50 Middle street lane 
Mary, widow Timothy, h 41 Cane 
— see Reilly 



228 FITCHBURG [O] DIRECTORY. 

Ormsby Alva E, farmer, h Richardson rd 

Belle Mrs., asst matron almshouse, bds do. 

Frank W., conductor F. R. R., h 1331-2 Blossom 

Mary, widow Joseph, h 133 1-2 Blossom 
O'Rourke Henry, molder, bds 8 Middle 

James, emp P. M. Co., h 8 Middle 

James H. Jr., emp F. M. Works, h 90 Forest 

John F., laborer, h 10 Water street lane 

Michael, emp P. M. Co., h Gas 

Sarah Miss, dressmaker, bds 8 Middle 

Thomas, bds 8 Middle 

— see Rourke 
Orr Thomas, emp Beoli Co., h 204 Plymouth 

ORSWELL MILLS, pres Charles T. Crocker, treas W. F. Stiles, 
mfrs cotton yarns off 273 River [see page 432] 

Rufus G., emp Orswell Mills, h 17 School 
Ortla Theodore, cigar maker emp 181 Main, bds 84 Day 
Ortloff John C, brakeman F. R. R., bds 68 Green 
Orton CM., foreman C. H. Brown & Co., bds 34 Cherry 
Osborne Ar villa F. Miss, h r 15 Holt 

Elizabeth W. Miss, h 63 Grove 

Franklin A., brick mfr. Turnpike, W. F., h do. 

Hattie E. Miss, h r 15 Holt 

Lucius, rem to Maine 

Mary A. Miss, dressmaker 63 Grove, h do. 

Samuel, farmer, h Whittemore 
Osgood Fred, student, bds 74 Highland av 

Marta A. Miss, rem to Townsend 

William E., emp C. S. Keith, rms 30 Church 
O'Shea Cornelius, bootmaker emp 209 Main, h 301 Water 

John, plumber, bds 301 Water 

— see Shea 
Osier Frank, driver emp 382 Main, h 5 Clinton 
Osterholm Theodore O., agent John Hancock Ins. Co., h 112 High 
Ostrout William C, h 1 Jerry 
Otis James M., engineer F. R. R., h 4 Wood 

Otto Adolphus H., loom fixer Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), h 142 Me- 
chanic 

Oswald, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), h Rindge rd n Scott rd 

Richard, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 50 Franklin 
Ouellet Adolph, carpenter, h 19 Chester 

Alec, laborer, bds 90 Plymouth 

Eros, carpenter, h 90 Plymouth 

Frank, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 84 Circle 

Henry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 36 Clarendon 

Joseph C. (Harvey S. Page & Co.), 425 Main, rms 7 Chestnut 

Noel, emp J. H. Daniels, h 90 Plymouth 

Onezime, laborer, h 90 Plymouth 



FITCHBURG [P] DIRECTORY. 229 

Ouellet, Xavier, laborer, h 75 Cleghorn 

Outram Sophia, widow Mark, h 26 Orange 

Ouzoonian Krikor, emp S. Mfg. Co., rms 473 Main 

Overend George W., rem to Maine 

Oxford Dennis G., emp 219 Main, h 13 Central 

L. M. Mrs., employment agency 384 Main, h 13 Central 

Walter F., student, bds 29 Grove 

Page Alvin, emp Tinsley & Abell, h 44 1-2 Willow 
Carrie Miss, clerk (10) 229 Main, bds 101 Snow 
Carrie E. Miss, bds Longwood av c Upland rd 
Cyrus, driver N. Y. & B. Despatch Ex., h 23 Brigham Park 
Eben G., bds 2 Kimball 
Elias, rem to Leominster 
Ernest H., dentist 250 Main, rms do. 
Frank D., asst supt F. Gas and Electric Light Co., 316 Main, 

h 15 Gage 
Frank E., laborer, h 3 Brigham 

Frederick W., contractor and builder 103 Boutelle, h do. 
George E., junk dealer 90 North, h do. 

PAGE GEORGE Z., paper hangings 357 Main and 11 Day, h 
rear 65 Mechanic (see page 494) 
Harriet L., widow Edson, bds 163 Boutelle 
Harry W., clerk Coleman & Drury, bds 24 Warren 
Harvev S., (Harvey S. Page & Co.) 425 Main, h 2 Kimball 

PAGE HARVEY S. & CO., (Harvey S. Page and Joseph C. 
Ouellet), druggists 425 Main [see page 456] 
Henry, emp G. E. Page, bds 90 North 
Henry E., clerk 138 Main, bds 3 Brigham 

Henry T., vice president G. W. W. Paper Co., h 124 Summer 
Herbert, paper hanger, h 24 Warren 

PAGE LEROY J., carpenter, h Longwood av cor Upland rd 
[see page 486] 
Loeller J. Mrs., h 28 Taft 
Merrill W., emp S.' Mfg. Co., bds 101 Snow 
Napoleon, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 133 Madison 
Olin F., carpenter, h 163 Boutelle 
Oscar E., emp P. M. Co., h 112 Culley cor Pearl 
Sarah Miss, emp Orswell Mills, bds 168 Madison 
Sarah A. Mrs., bds 96 Main 
Seth M., emp F. Steel Ball Co., h 91 North 
Sewell, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., h 20 Linden 
William, emp 311 Main, h 101 Snow 
William B., supt and paymaster G. W. W. Paper Co., bds 124 

Summer 
William Mrs., nurse 101 Snow, h do. 

Paige James E., foreman freight house F. R. R., bds 254 Main 

Paine Catherine, widow Nathaniel, h 24 Central 



230 FITCHBURG [P] DIRECTORY. 

Pakka Alex, rem to Ashby 
Pakkala Erik, laborer, h 85 Mechanic 
Jere, laborer, bds 183 Rollstone 

PALACE STEAM LAUNDRY CO. (Bates Bros.), 180 Albee 
[see page 462] 
Palardy Joseph H., physician 209 1-2 Main, h do. 
Palazzo Luigi, confectionery 259 Main, h 167 Canton 
Pallari John, laborer, h 43 Grove 
Palmer Edward M. Mrs., h 40 Phillips, W. F. 

Emogene Mrs., h 62 North 

Henry D., emp Beoli Co., h 22 Norwood, W. F. 

Joseph W., dentist 312 Main, h do. 

Thomas, dentist 312 Main, h do. 
Palmquist John E., emp Steel Horse Collar Co., h 118 Leighton 
Paquette Henry, laborer, h Canton ext n Wanoosnoc rd 
Paquin Joseph Z., carpenter emp J. D. Littlehale, h 70 North 
Parachain Solomon, shoemaker 72 1-2 Green, rms 80 Circle 
Paradis Charles H. Mrs., dressmaker (3) 48 North, h do. 

Charles H., emp F. R. R. shop, h (3) 48 North 

Edward A., emp F. M. Works, bds (3) 48 North 

Frank E., h 76 Columbus 

Fred, rem to Canada 

— see Haven 
Pare Francois X., emp F. Duck Mill, h 29 Devlin 

Frank, h 32 Falulah rd 

Joseph F. X., clerk 127 Main, bds 29 Devlin 
Parent Edward C, rem to Canada 

Louis, emp F. W. Co., h 64 Heywood 

Philip, foreman Falulah Paper Co., bds 57 Sheridan 

William M., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 22 Baker 
Park Club, 294 Main 
Parker Alfred M., emp S. Mfg. Co., h Wanoosnoc rd 

PARKER CARMI M., (Boston Screw CoO 527 Main, h 112 
Pleasant [see page 440] 
Carroll Z., rem to Seattle, Washington 
Edgar R., sawyer, h 21 Allston pi 
Elizabeth J. Miss, clerk 210 Main, bds 1015 Westminster Hill 

rd, W. F. 
Fred S. S., bookkeeper 356 Main, res Leominster 
George E., emp F. R. R. shop, bds 96 Snow 
George L., music teacher 250 Main, bds 112 Pleasant 
Harry C, emp Boston Screw Co., bds 112 Pleasant 
Jerome W., carpenter, h 10 Highland av 
Leland J., dentist, h 48 Pleasant 
Lottie J. Miss, dressmaker, bds 21 Aliston pi 
Minnie C. Miss, rem to Bernardston 
Nathan, bds 10 Clinton 
Nicholas, farmer, h 1015 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 



FITCHBURG [P] DIRECTORY. 231 

Parker Raymond J., machinist S. R.-M. Co., h 46 Milk 
Sophia A., widow Jerome S., bds 48 Pleasant 
William, emp P. M. Co., rms 14 Cross 
'^ARKHILL JOHN, pres and supt Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 168 

Prichard 
' ^ARKHILL MFG. CO., manufacturers wash fabrics and dress 

goods, three mills, office (1) 387 Main [see page 432] 
Parkhurst Boardman, master mechanic Beoli Co., h 87 Ashburnham, 
W. F. 
Halbert E., designer Beoli Co., h 97 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Parks Dolly S., widow William, h 157 Green 
Fred W., with C M. Parks, bds 157 Green 

PARKS GILBERT M., steam, gas and hot water fitter 453 
Main, h 157 Green [see inside back cover] 

Jane, widow William, bds (2) 78 Charles 

Malcolm K., emp F. W. Co., bds 39 Willow 

Robert S., with G. M. Parks, bds 157 Green 
Parmenter Hattie E. Miss, h 10 Cottage sq 
Paro Fred, rem to Worcester 
Parras Moses, emp F. W. Co., rms 150 Water 
Parre — -see Pare 
Parrott Frederick $., yard clerk N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 140 

Myrtle av 
Parshley Benjamin G., carpenter, h 18 Highland ct 
Parsonage Alice G. Miss, emp F. S. B. Co., bds 36 Cherry 
Parsoneau Henry C, real estate, h 60 Pine 
Partimaa Matti, laborer, h 187 Rollstone 
Patch Arthur, mgr Sole Leather Tip Co., h 8 Taft 

Burtis L., bookkeeper, bds 19 High 

Eva E., widow Frank M., h 29 Bond 

Henry C, life ins. agent (1) 229 Main, bds 19 High 

PATCH LYMAN, stoves and tinware 390 Main, h 19 High [see 
page 465] 

Walter Mrs., h 11 Academy 
Paterson Robert, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 224 Plymouth 
Patrin Joseph, laborer, bds 48 Franklin 

Sarah, widow Joseph, h 48 Franklin 
Patten E. M., widow Frank, dressmaker, h (6) 17 Blossom 

Harry C, emp P. M. Co., bds (6) 17 Blossom 
Patterson Charles C, carpenter, h 175 Lunenburg 

Frank A., foreman wheelwright A. A. Holt, bds 64 Lawrence 

Henry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), rms 491 Main 
Pattison Frank W., (Pattison, The Dyer) 34 Main, h 29 Cedar 

Joseph, clerk F. R. R. freight office, h 49 Myrtle av 

PATTISON, THE DYER, Frank W. Pattison prop, dyer and 
tailor 34 Main [see back cover] 
Patton Allen, teamster, bds r 101 Summer 
Isabel Miss, bds 22 Winthrop 



232 FITCHBUEG [PJ DIRECTORY. 

Patton James H., signal engineer F. R. R., h 3 Cross 

PATZ G. A., leader F. Military Band and The Russell Orches- 
tra, h 7 Charles [see page 453] 
Patzold Karl, emp Beoli Co., h 76 Columbus 
Paul Charles, grocer and meat market 4 Cleghorn, bds 159 Fairmount 

Frank, laborer, h 159 Fairmount 
Paulding Emma A., widow Eugene, h 32 Clinton 
Paulin — see Poulin 
Paulson Frank, emp Lowe Bros. & Co., h 48 Clinton 

— see Poulson 
Payea Joel, painter and decorator, h r 15 Harvard 

John, laborer, h 18 Jackson av 

Mary, widow Frank, h 42 First 
Payton Annie, widow John, h 76 Middle 

James, emp F. W. Co., bds 76 Middle 

Thomas, emp F. W. Co. 5 bds 76 Middle 
Peabody Annie, widow Friend B., h 19 Adams 

Frank D., laborer, h 91 Milk 

Frank M., machinist P. M. Co., h 35 Garnet 

George R., messenger Wachusett Nat. Bank, bds 61 Pleasant 

Henry S., machinist P. M. Co., bds 35 Garnet 

John Q., foreman depts 1 and 2 P. M, Co., h 61 Pleasant 

William H., emp P. M. Co., bds 61 Pleasant 
Peach WiUiam T., emp E M. D. & Co., h 66 Pacific 
Pearce Frank H., emp Beoli Co., bds 33 Fairview, W. F. 

George, emp Beoli Co., h 33 Fairview, W. F. 

James, supt Beoli Co., h 60 Temple, W. F. 

William A., emp C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 161 Rollstone 
Pearman Hannah Miss, emp F. Steel Ball Co., bds 59 Myrtle av 
Pearson Adolph E., emp J. B. Mfg. Co., h 18 Kimball 

Charles, emp Merriam & Rolph, rms 76 Myrtle av 

Frank, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 16 Goddard 

Isaac, teamster Merriam & Rolph, h 19 Vine 

James B., emp New Atlantic Tea Co., h 76 Myrtle av 

John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 18 Kimball 

John F., emp freight house F. R. R., bds 76 Myrtle av 

Joseph L., blacksmith, h 4 Joslin pi 

Spencer, conductor F. R. R., rms 44 Day 
Pease James, emp F. File Works, bds 32 Main 
Peasley Fred, rem to Vermont 

Fred N., rem to Vermont 

John A., rem to Tangerine, Fla. 

William A., rem to Orange, N. H. 
Pechner Hugo, lawyer 355 1-2 Main, bds 150 Prospect 
Peck Albert B., emp Falulah Paper Co., h 85 Pacific 

Alvin S., clerk 152 Main, bds 96 Snow 

J. Orin, rem to Boston 

Leslie F., paper hanger, h 107 Green 



FITCHBURG [P] DIRECTORY. 233 

Peckham Fred M., emp est M: Davis, h 20 Winthrop 
Peel Arthur, night baggage master F. R. R., h 20 Rlossom 

Thomas, emp Beoli Co., bds Baltic lane, W. F. 
Peirce Benjamin, emp G. E. Waite & Co., bds 81 Cascade, W. F. 

James, h 68 Arlington 

Joseph M., watchman F. Savings Bank, h 76 Arlington 

— see Pierce and Pearce 
Peirson Emil J., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 41 West 
Pelerin Celestin, laborer, h 13 Woodland 

John, emp E. H. Whittemore, bds 598 River 

Parfait, carpenter, h 9 Laflamme pi 
Pelkey Augustin, bds 14 Burnett 

Henry, emp F. Worsted Co., h 14 Burnett 

Joseph, emp F. Worsted Co., h 38 Birch 
Pelland Octave, mason, h 150 Fairmount 
Peltier Alfred, emp F. W. Co., h 64 Sheridan 

Napoleon, emp F. W. Co., h 56 Melrose 
Peltola Karl, emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 148 1-2 Water 
Peluso Michele, shoemaker 258 Water, h 7 Canton 
Pendergast Miles, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 10 Washington 
Pendergrast Patrick, emp C. B. & Co., h 926 Westminster Hill rd, 

W.F. 
Penett Henry, carriage maker, h 93 Prospect 
Pensel Adam, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 129 Milk 
Penzel Lydia, widow Charles, h 14 Rockland 
Peontak Christopher, carpenter, h 59 Pacific 
People's Market, William P. Rogers prop, 358 Main 

PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE, Benjamin H. Perkins prop, 349 
Main [see front cover] 
Pepin Amedee E„ barber 195 1-2 Main, h 57 Charles 

Eugene, carpenter, h 63 Columbus 

Joseph A., prop Columbian Cafe 42 Day, rms 44 do. 
Pepper James, emp Beoli Co., bds 42 Phillips, W. F. 

Thomas, emp F. File Works, bds 82 Boutelle 
Pera Erik, laborer, h 150 Charles 

Jacob, emp I. J. A. & C. W^orks, h 22 Kimball pi 
Perault Arthur H., emp Leominster, h 12 Washington 

Eliza, widow Zephirin, h 178 Fairmount 

Joseph, laborer, h 602 Main 

Joseph F., foreman M. J. Perault, h 163 Summer 

Moses, weaver F. Worsted Co., bds 150 Water 

PERAULT MOSES J., iron foundry 115 Water, h 128 Green 
[see page 439] 
Moses J. Jr., rem to New York 
Percival James, emp Orswell Mills, bds 63 Middle street lane 
William, laborer, h 63 Middle street lane 
William H., emp Orswell Mills, bds 63 Middle street lane 
Perkins Albert H., fireman F. Paper Co., h 573 Westminster Hill 
rd, W. F. 



234 FITCHBURG [PJ DIRECTORY. 

PERKINS BENJAMIN H., boots and shoes 349 Main, h 102 
Pleasant [see front cover] 

Flora H., widow Joseph L., h 31 Spring 

Frank E., rem to Westfield 

Jonathan S., h 113 Charles 
Perley David E., emp F. R. R. shop, h 55 Mt. Vernon 

H. Herbert, emp Met. Life Ins. Co., h 39 Oliver 

Louisa M. Mrs., bds 8 Congress pi 

Susan E., widow David, nurse, bds 39 Oliver 
Pernaa Isak, laborer, bds 70 Marshall 
Perry Ephraim, emp 382 Main, rms hose house Factory sq 

Frank G., clerk 219 Main, h 9 Franklin 

Fred A., painter 46 Clinton, h do. 

George W., rem to Messina, N. Y. 

Henry A., emp city stables Harwood pi, h 31 Pleasant 

Herbert A., conductor F. R. R., h 24 Congress 

James De Wolf Jr. Rev., rector Christ Church, bds 450 Main 

Susanna Miss, h 5 Cottage sq 

William, rem to Connecticut 

William, emp 37 Prospect, bds do. 

William K., farmer, h Richardson rd n Scott rd 
Person Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 16 West 

John, laborer, h 16 West 

Olaf, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 50 River 

Olaf, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 50 Goddard 
Perttula Emil, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 7 Hazel 
Pesonen John, laborer, h 12 Kimball 
Peter F. Lewis, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), h 76 Marshall 

George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 538 Main 
Peterman Herman, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h Fisher rd n Me- 
chanic 
Peters Charles B., clerk National House, bds do. 
Peterson Albert J., clerk Cummings & Shtdd, bds 47 Arlington 

Andrew, rem to Maynard 

August, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 123 High 

August, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 15 West 

Christina, widow August, h 78 Circle 

David, emp Beoli Co., h 712 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Frank, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 58 Goddard 

Fred, clerk Grand Union Tea Co., bds 15 West 

John Alfred, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 23 West 

John P., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 64 Kimball 

Josephine Miss, dressmaker (3) 167 Main, rms do. 

Matilda, widow Andrew, h 15 West 

Samuel, emp F. W. Co., h 71 Newton 

William, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 39 West 

— see Dunderberg 
Pethybridge Edward W., electrical engineer F. W. Co., h 380 Water 



FITCHBURG [PJ DIRECTORY. 235 

Pethybridge George J., boss dyer Beoli Co., b 238 Ashbuniham, 

W. F. 
Petrofski — see Pietroski 
Petts Charles A., h 30 Highland av 
Petzold Richard, rem to Providence, R. I. 
Pforte William F., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 48 Exeter 
Phaneuf Antoine, brakeman F. R. R., h 43 Jerry 
Arthur, emp F. S. B. Co., bds 152 Canton 

PHELAN DANIEL B., attorney-at-law (1) 186 Main, bds (1) 
78 Charles [see page 446] 

Ellen, widow Daniel F., h (1) 78 Charles 

Francis, foreman Beoli Co., bds 32 Institute, W. F. 

Garrett, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., bds 235 Water 

John J , emp Beoli Co., h 32 Institute, W. F. 

John T., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 88 Leighton 

Katie Miss, bookkeeper 127 Main, bds (1) 78 Charles 

Lizzie Miss, milliner, bds 88 Leighton 

Maggie Miss, bds r 3 Sheridan 

Margaret A. Miss, clerk, bds (1) 78 Charles 

Mary, widow John, h 88 Leighton 
Phelps Catherine, widow Charles L., h 243 Summer 

G. D. Mrs., dressmaker, h 122 Laurel 

George D., emp F. R. EL, h 122 Laurel 

George H., rem to Lunenburg 

George H., watchman S. Mfg. Co., h 94 Boutelle 

George N., laborer, h 263 Bemis 

James, rem to Wakefield 

John W., jobber 7 Winch, h do. 

Ralph L., musician, h 86 Boutelle 

Rufus M., barber 396 Main, h 70 Mechanic 
Philbrook George R., clerk 222 Main, bds 5 Weymouth 

Homer D., (Philbrook House Furnishing Co.) 222 Main, h 5 
Weymouth 

PHILBROOK HOUSE FURNISHING CO., H. D. Philbrook 
prop, furniture, carpets, stoves, house furnishing goods, etc. 

222 Main [see page 464] 
Phillips A. B. Mrs., nurse, rms 150 Oliver 

Albert J., emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., bds 54 Payson 

Charlotte S., widow Franklin, h 48 High 

Edward W., emp Falulah Paper Co., h off 36 Bemis 

Elizabeth A. Miss, compositor F. Mail, bds 115 Myrtle av 

Elon C, carpenter, h 18 Burnap 

Hiram D., rem to Brookline 

James Jr., pres Beoli Co., Westminster cor Simonds rd, W. F., 

and pres F. W. Co., rms (1) 372 Main 
Lillian A. Miss, teacher, bds 18 Burnap 
L izzie A. Miss, emp F. W. Co., h 96 Birch 
Louisa H. Miss, teacher, bds 50 Nashua 



236 FITCHBURG [P] DIRECTORY. 

Phillips Mary A. Miss, bds 91 Summer 

Nancy R. Miss, bds 48 High 

Thomas P., emp E. M. D. & Co., h 41 Bou telle 
Phoenix Cafe The, George H. Randel prop, 372 Main 

Club, 22 Laurel 

Studio, Miss May I. Whipple prop, photographers 355 1-2 Main 
Picard Alphonse, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 152 Canton 

Calixte, rms 29 Grove 

Godfroi, rem to Canada 

Joseph N., agent J. Hancock Insurance Co., h 132 Madison 

Solfrid, emp F. W. Co., h 93 Canton 
Pickering Rufus 0., rms 53 Snow 
Pickett — see Piquette 
Pickles Charles, gardner, h 1 Cottage sq 

Thomas W., gardener, h 102 Mechanic 
Pickwick Byron E., emp Beoli Co., bds 215 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Edward, painter, h 215 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Oscar, bds 215 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Pidgeon James, molder, bds 19 North 

William D., emp M. Webber, h 11 Portland 
Piedalue Harry, fireman F. R. R., rms 54 Day 
Pierce Abram, wood turner, h 48 East 

Albert S., letter carrier, h 10 Taft 

Arthur, boots and shoes 70 Main, h 15 Beacon 

Benjamin F., conductor F. & L. St. Ry., bds 729 Water 

Calvin A., foreman J. Mossman, bds 48 East 

Carrie E. Miss, clerk 147 Main, bds 130 Academy 

Cora E. Miss, bds 243 Blossom 

David H., boots and shoes 209 Main, h 56 Day 

Edward P., lawyer, (Pierce & Stiles) 355 1-2 Main, h 150 
Prospect 

Ella, widow E. Monroe, h 69 Mechanic 

Ellen A. Miss, h 3 Weymouth 

Ellen E., widow John L., h 243 Blossom 

Emma Grace Miss, bookkeeper 64 Circle, bds 57 Clyde 

Frank D., foreman S. Mfg. Co., h 101 Milk 

Fred O., steam fitter emp 453 Main, h 85 Day 

George C, clerk 175 Main, bds 31 Beacon 

George H., bds 55 Myrtle av 

George S., h 15 Beacon 

H. Seymour, barber, bds 26 Crescent 

J. Albert, train despatcher F. R. R., bds 84 Day 

James E., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 12 Prescott 

James E., emp F. R. R. shop, h 28 Market 

Jennie L. Miss, compositor, bds 140 Pleasant 

John E., shoemaker 24 North, h 57 Clyde 

John H., traveling salesman, h 26 Crescent 

Jonas S., bds 15 Beacon 



FITOHBURG [PJ DIRECTORY. 237 

Pierce Joseph (Joseph Pierce & Son), 175 Main, h 31 Beacon 

PIERCE JOSEPH & SON (Joseph and M. L. Pierce), leather 
and findings and saddlery hardware dealers 175 Main [see 

page 469] 
Mahala, widow Elisha, bds 295 Blossom 
Mary A., widow El bridge D., bds 6 Pearl 
Merrill L., (Joseph Pierce & Son), 175 Main, bds 31 Beacon 
Rodney W., (Pierce & Upton) 147 Lunenburg, bds 48 East 
Walter, rem to New Jersey 
Warner E., emp F. R. R. shop, bds 28 Market 
William L, emp C. PI. Brown & Co., h 3 Weymouth 
Willis H., rem to Ayer Junction 
& Stiles (Edward P. Pierce and James A. Stiles), attorneys-at- 

law (2) 355 1-2 Main 

PIERCE & UPTON, (Rodney W. Pierce and Bradford F. Up- 
ton), fish and oyster market 147 Lunenburg [see page 475] 
— see Peirce and Pearce 

Piersoh Frank I. (F. I. Pierson & Co.) 190 Water, res Leominster 
F. I. & Co., (Frank I. Pierson) druggists 190 Water 
Henry W., physician and surgeon 130 Ashburnham, W. F., 
h do. 

Pietila Fidtor, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 144 Charles 

Pietroski Albert, emp city, h 30 First 

Piggott James, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 55 Mt. Vernon 

Pihlquist Charles, emp P. M. Co., bds 99 Mechanic 

Pike Arthur M., clerk 37 South, h 7 Congress 

Emma Miss, clerk 216 Main, bds 460 Water 
George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 15 Rollstone 
Harvey B., emp William Baldwin, bds 460 Water 
Lizzie E. Miss, housekeeper American House, bds do. 

Pillsbury Merrick D., rem to South Ashburnham 

Pinard Aurelian, carpenter, h 192 Fairmount 

Ignace, emp Orswell Mills, h 192 Fairmount 

Levi J., emp F. R. R., n 16 Morris 

Louis H., emp F. Gas and Electric Light Co., h 145 Rollstone 

Oscar, emp M. Webber, h 24 Elm 

Pine — see Pyne 

Pingree Charles G., clerk 135 Main, bds 48 Mt. Vernon 

Pink Charles E., blacksmith U. M. Co., h 15 South 
Charles E. Mrs., dressmaker 15 South, h do. 

Pinkham Charles F., emp H. W. & Co., h 317 North 

Piotrowska Walter, foreman Falulah Paper Co., h 676 Water 

Piper George N., machinist P. M. Co., rms 5 Day 
Harry L., student, bds 3 Crocker terrace 
Rebecca E., widow Henry F., bds 3 Crocker terrace 

Piquette John, emp F. W. Co., rms 296 Water 

Pisch John, stonecutter, bds 104 Heywood 

Pitcher Burton, fireman F. R. R., rms 48 Day 



238 FITCHBUEG [P] DIRECTORY. 

Pitre Alphonse, carpenter, h Wanoosnoc rd 

John, laborer, bds 112 Columbus 
Pitts B. Marshall, mfr. cotton warp 527 Main, h 482 do. 

Edward F., emp J. B. Mfg. Co., h 7 Smith 

Harry E., emp J. B. Mfg. Co., h 50 Forest 

Harvard B., emp Boston, h 37 Burnap 

James, emp C. H. Brown & Co., h 63 Cedar 

Joshua, emp A. D. Waymoth & Co., h 79 Milk 
Plimpton Gertrude L. Miss, bookkeeper Tinsley & Abell, bds 86 
Forest 

Merrill F., pension agent (2) 191 Main, h 86 Forest 

Silas W., (F. W. Haynes & Co.) 7 Circle, h 5 Charles 
Plit William, rem to California 

Ploss Edward, emp Parkhill Mfg Co. (A), h Blossom n Mechanic 
Plouff Joseph, emp F. W. Co., bds 64 Heywood 
Plumer Arthur S., fireman F. R. R., h 116 North 
Plummer Alice Miss, teacher, bds 51 Pacific 
Plunkett Katie E. Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 19 Nashua 

Mary, widow Michael, h 19 Nashua 
Plusch Frank L., emp M. A. Hanigan & Co., rms 94 Snow 
Pohlmann M. Agnes, widow John, emp 150 Prichard, bds do. 
Poirier Andre, blacksmith 1051 River, W. F., h 41 Madison 

Calixte, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 604 Water 

Euphemie, widow Cajatan, h 30 Baker 

Joseph, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 29 Devlin 

Lucille Mrs., h 29 Devlin 

Marie L. Miss, rem to Leominster 

Philias, stonecutter, h 8 Laflamme pi 

Theodore, plasterer, bds 8 Laflamme pi 
Poisson Archille, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 53 Allen 

Etienne, mason, bds 15 Rockland 

Joseph, mason, h 48 Rockland 

Leochim, mason, bds 15 Rockland 

Louis, h 15 Rockland 

Peter, mason tender, h 15 Rockland 

Thomas, rem to Leominster 

— see Fisher 
Poitras Firmin, carpenter, h 5Q Daniels 

Ozias, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h rear 181 Fairmount 

Peter, rem to Holyoke 
Poland George E., h 28 Spring 

Isaac, emp L. H. Goodnow, rms 76 Summer 

John B., emp F. S. Lovell Machine Woiks, h 92 Highland av 

Joseph S., (P. & J. Poland) 10 South, bds 22 Oliver 

Peter, (P. & J. Poland) 10 South, h 163 Rollstone 

P. &. J., (Peter and Joseph S. Poland) hay and produce deal- 
ers 10 South 

Solomon, driver Rollstone Hose No. 1, h 22 Oliver 



FITCHBURG [P] DIRECTORY. 239 

Poland Sylvanus, blacksmith 73 Laurel, h 106 Milk 
Police Court, 38 Elm near Prichard 

Station No. 1, 38 Elm near Prichard 

Station No. 3, 179 Westminster, W. F. 
Pollard Estelle Miss, rem to Harvard 

Henry C, clerk 350 Main, h 1 Crocker terrace 

Luena Mrs., rem to Leominster 

Mary C. Miss., rem to Harvard 
Pollet Robert, peddler, rms 114 North 
Pollette John, fireman F. R. R., bds 19 North 
Pollock John, emp Orswell Mills, h 88 Oak Hill rd 
Poison Abraham, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 5 Beech lane 

August, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 5 Beech lane 

Elander, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 5 Beech lane 

— see Poulson 
Pomeroy Rebecca, widow John, bds 7 Payson 
Pond Elizabeth, widow Jonathan, h 474 Main 

Rena Mrs., h 27 Willow 
Pool Edward G., blacksmith, bds 9 Franklin 
Poole Horace W., machinist, bds 112 Academy 
Poor Irving A., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 172 Myrtle av 
Poore Charles C, machinist P. M. Co., h 107 Milk 

Walter A., grocer 383 Main, rms 39 Hartwell 
Pope Alfred, rem to New York state 

Hiram G., rem to Leominster 

Rebecca, widow Andrew, emp The Fitchburg, bds do. 

Yiana, widow Samuel O., rem to Leominster 
Popp Bernhardt, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 42 Beech 

Reinhardt, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 64 Kimball 
Poran Annie, widow Edward, bds 26 West 
Porter Adelbert, farmer, bds Sheldon rd, W. F. 

Ainsley S., foreman H. B. Dyer, h 82 Winter 

Arthur, rem to Providence, R. I. 

Daniel C, h 63 Grove 

Guy, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 46 Milk 

James J., emp Union Coal Co., h 23 Second 

Perry, farmer, bds Sheldon rd, W. F. 
Porteous Robert L., carpenter, h 285 Rollstone 
Post Office, 236 Main, Thomas H. Mann postmaster 
Postal Telegraph Cable Co., J. C. Carmody manager 128 Main, and 

Herbert C. Sanborn manager 373 Main 
Pottala Jaako, emp P. M. Co., h 212 1-2 Rollstone 
Potter Augustus, rem to Rotterdam, N. Y. 

Emily A., widow William H., h 66 North 

George W., emp Star Worsted Co., h 128 Laurel 

Henry D., h 70 North 

Henry E., emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 70 North 

Henry W., bds 128 Laurel 



240 FITCHBURG [P] DIRECTORY. 

Potter Isaac J., h 51 South 

J. Herbert, clerk 152 Main, h 16 Elm 

Lucy Conn Mrs., music teacher, h 16 Elm 

May Miss, emp The Fitchburg, bds do. 

Thomas, emp Beoli Co., h 77 Rollstone 

William H., carpenter, emp estate M. Davis, bds 66 North 
Poudre Cora Miss, emp Orswell Mills, bds 227 River 
Poulin Apolinarre, rem to Montreal, Can. 

Avila, rem to Canada 

Francis X., mason, h 168 Madison 

Henry, bds 161 Fair mount 

Joseph S., rem to New Brunswick 

Louis, rem to Nashua, N. H. 
Poulson Abraham, emp I. J. A. & C. Works,- h 75 Kimball 

Frederick, emp Lowe Bros. & Co., h 95 North 

— see Poison 
Powell Bros., (W. M. Powell), coal and woodl06 Water, office 2 Day 

William M., (Powell Bros.) 2 Day, h (4) 10 do. 
Powers Ansel J., rem to Fort Fairfield, Me. 

Catherine, widow Michael, h 29 Crescent 

Eva Miss, telephone operator 162 Main, bds 113 Snow 

Frank P., bds 403 Summer 

Fred, teamster C. A. Priest Lumber Co., bds 17 Grove 

George E., driver I. N. Choate, bds 12 Clinton 

Hannah F., widow John, rem to Leominster 

James, laborer, h 199 Water 

John E. C, clerk 152 Main, res Leominster 

John F., emp E. F. B. & Co., h 126 Pacific 

John W., carpenter, h 171 Lunenburg 

L. W., rem to New Bedford 

Margaret F. Miss, bds 403 Summer 

Oren A., rem to Lunenburg 

Thomas, laborer, h 36 Granite 

Thomas H., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 29 Crescent 

Washington I., painter, h 113 Snow 

Wilbur A., emp G. E. Waite & Co., h r 30 Chestnut 
Pratt Andrew, (Rose, Pratt & Co.) 45 Westminster, W. F., h 294 
Pratt rd 

Clarence M., carpenter, h 164 Myrtle av 

Clesson A., machinist C. H. Brown & Co., h 15 Wood 

Edwin A., prop Bijou billiard parlor 234 Main, rms 70 High- 
land av 

Emma F. Miss, clerk 160 Main, rms 70 Highland av 

George M., emp F. R. R. shop, h 371 Lunenburg 

Hattie A., widow Lawrin H., h 89 Myrtle av 

Hattie P. Miss, bds 170 Prichard 

Henry, laborer, h 596 Main 

Laura, widow Lawrin, h 89 Myrtle av 



FITCHBUEG [P] DIRECTORY. 241 

Pratt L. H. & Co., (Hattie A. Pratt) jewellers 160 Main 

Mary A., widow Charles, h 304 1-2 Main 

Mary E., widow Otis, nurse, bds 15 Wood 

Nettie, widow Webster, h 73 Blossom 

— see LaPrade 
Precour Edward, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co.. bds r 54 West 
Prendergrast Delia Miss, h 47 Pacific 
Prescott Charles H., molder P. M. Co., h 93 Blossom 

Clarence A., h 49 Pacific 

Frank F., drug clerk, bds 427 Main 

George, emp F. M. Works, rms 32 Main 

Jesse H., electrician, bds 427 Main 

John H,, engineer N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 427 Main 
Present Truths (monthly), Rev. R. C. Brown editor, 173 Myrtle av 
Presentation Convent, Mother Mary Bernard superioress, First cor 

Middle 
Presentation Convent, Mother Mary Magdalen superioress, Vernon 

cor Cottage, W. F. 
Preston Edward, fireman G. W. W. P. Co., h 10 Doane 

Joseph H., clerk, bds 10 Doane 

Richard J., emp Orswell Mills, and teacher banjo, h 24 River 

William D., foreman Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works, rms 
62 Grove 
Price Alton D., motorman, h 7 Payson 

Charles H., conductor F. R. R., rms 54 Laurel 

Elden H., rem to Leominster 

Mabel Miss, rem to Melrose 

William H., emp G. W. W. P. Co., h 25 Third 

PRICE & LEE CO. THE, directory publishers, Sentinel Office, 
389 Main 
Prichard William E., supt E. M. D. & Co., bds American House 
Priest Alice Miss, bds 31 Mechanic 

PRIEST CHARLES A. LUMBER CO., (George H. Priest 
and Mrs. Emily Priest) lumber, doors, sash, blinds, band 
sawing, wood turning, birch flooring, etc. 45 Rollstone [see 
inside back cover] 
Emily, widow Charles A., h 22 Pleasant 
Eunice M., widow Webster H., h 31 Mechanic 
George H., (C. A. Priest Lumber Co.) 45 Rollstone, h 408 Main 
Priestly John, carpenter, h 255 Water 

Martha, widow Joseph, bds 255 Water 
William H., stonecutter, h 170 Heywood 
Primeau Eugenie, widow Narcisse A., rem to Canada 
Joseph, emp F. R. R. shop, h Wanoosnoc rd 
Philisette, widow Augustin, h 20 Walnut 
Vitaline Miss, grocer and confectionery 242 Water, h do. 
Primus Conrad, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 56 Kimball 
Pringle Abraham, h 89 Beech 



242 FITOHBURG [P] DIRECTORY. 

Pringle Susanne, widow David, h Charles ext 

Pritchard Hugh, shipping clerk Grant Yarn Co., bds 359 Fairmount 
Probation Officer, Martin S. Hall, office police building, 38 Elm 
Proctor Belle Mrs., bds 52 Winter 

Charles H., bds 57 Grove 

Clarence A., bread peddler, rms 55 Oliver 

Donald C, rem to Leominster 

George, coachman R. Wallace, h 103 Prospect 

George B., h 19 Pleasant 

George N., pres Union Coal Co., treas Fitchburg Worsted Co., 
office 23 Water, h 133 Prichard 

Harry S., clerk 318 Main, bds 55 Oliver 

James, gardener 65 Prospect, h 90 Mechanic 

Maria H., widow Augustus H., h 489 Main 

Russell K., wood dealer, trucking, etc. 69 Bemis, h do. 

Sullivan G., h 12 Newton pi 

William, market gardener Pearl Hill rd, h do. 

William K., coal and wood dealer 250 Main, bds 13 Pleasant 
Progin Cyril, laborer, bds 56 Railroad 

George A., emp S. R.-M. Co., h Rindge rd n Mechanic 

Orilla, widow Joseph, h 56 Railroad 
Prosser Albert W., wool sorter Star Worsted Co., h 100 Kimball 
Proteau Henry, emp 169 1-2 Water, bds 8 First 

Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 75 Phelps 

Louis, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 31 Jerry 

Timothy, meat market 169 1-2 Water, h"8 First 
Proulx Philemon, emp F. W. Co., h 53 Newton 

Samuel, rem to Lowell 

Trefle, laborer, h 46 Chester 
Prouty Cora Miss, emp Nockege Mill, bds 35 Crescent 

Herbert C, janitor Christ church, (B. A. Cook & Co.) 237 
Main, h 26 Arlington 
Provencal Pierre, laborer, h 1 King n Pratt rd 
Provencher Alphonse, clerk 221 Main, h 34 Walnut 

Alphonse Mrs., dressmaker 34 Walnut, h do. 
Provost John H., emp Boston, h 3 Salem 

PUBLIC MARKET, Lewis A. Cousins prop, 177 Main [see 
front cover] 

Pucko John, shoemaker 130 Water, h 28 First 

Puff Joseph, rem to Boston 

Puffer Jennie L., widow Frank M., h 472 Main 

Pulsifer Archie B., clerk 168 Main, bds 67 Milk 
Betsey R., widow Roval E., bds 67 Milk 
Walter K., lineman Postal Tel. Cable Co., h 54 North 
Willie R., conductor N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 67 Milk 

Punchard Charles P., painter, h 126 Snow 

Purcell Lawrence, hostler emp M. C. Larkin, rms 53 Prichard 
Luke Rev., rem to Milfoid 



FITCHBUKG [Q] DIRECTORY. 243 

Purtill Frederick J., clerk I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 93 Lunenburg 
John, laborer, rms 49 Middle street lane 
John M., rem to Marlboro 
Lizzie I. Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 12 Fourth 
Mary, widow Michael, h 12 Fourth 
Mary E. Miss, clerk 147 Main, bds 93 Lunenburg- 
Patrick B., letter carrier, h 93 Lunenburg 

Putnam Alberto E., emp S. Mfg. Co., rms 25 Highland av 

Annie E. Miss, teacher Clarendon street school, bds 44 Snow 

Bertha E. Miss, bookkeeper 331 Main, bds 153 Prichard 

Charles C, bookkeeper P. M. Co., res Lunenburg 

Charles F., pres P. M. Co., h 163 South 

Charles H., designing dep v t P. M. Co., bds 30 Milk 

Charles W., foreman dept 10, P. M. Co., h 44 Snow 

Edwin F., shoemaker 35 Day, h 14 Cherry 

Harriet J. widow S. W., h 67 Walnut 

Harry M, treas F. Steel Ball Co., bds 153 Prichard 

Henry O., treas P. M. Co., h 30 Milk 

H. Marshall Mrs , h 153 Prichard 

James A., clerk 242 Main, h (5) 13 Blossom 

J. Edward, farmer and milk dealer, h Pearl Hill rd 

John L., foreman dept 3, P. M. Co.. h 40 Snow 

PUTNAM MACHINE CO., Putnam n Main, Charles F. Put- 
nam president, S. W. Putnam vice president, H. O. Put- 
nam treasurer, [see front colored page IV] 
Marion M. Miss, music teacher, bds 67 Walnut 
Salmon W., vice president P. M. Co., h 107 South 
Salmon W., 3d, designing dept P. M. Co., bds 107 South 

PUTNAM TOOL DEPARTMENT OF THE PUTNAM 
MACHINE CO., 67 Walnut [see front colored page IV] 
William S-, emp Lowe Bros. & Co., rms 15 Gage 

PUTNEY W. E., insurance agent (4) 162 Main, (G. E. Waite 
& Co.), and pres Thorn Medicine Co., h 372 Main [see 
page 449] 
Pyne James F., clerk, bds 5 Harvard 

Mary Miss, clerk 84 Temple, W. F., bds 86 do. 
William, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., h 5 Harvard 

Quarstrom Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 407 Main 
Quenel Romuel, emp F. R. R. shop, h 3 1-2 West 
Quessy Delia Miss, music teacher 79 Walnut, bds do. 

Fred, student, bds 79 Walnut 

Irenee L., carpenter emp F. R. R., h 79 Walnut 

Mary Mrs., dressmaker 79 Walnut, h do. 
Quick Frederick, emp Beoli Co., bds off 125 Ashburnham, W. F. 

John, emp Beoli Co., bds off 125 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Quicker J. W., carpenter, rms 31 Grove 
Quigley Betsey, widow John, bds 24 Institute, W. F. 



244 FITCHBURG [R] DIRECTORY. 

Quigley Bridget, widow Dennis, h 81 Pay son 

Daniel J., emp Beoli Co., bds 131 Depot, W. F. 

George H., wood carver, bds 81 Payson 

Jane, widow Thomas, h 131 Depot, W. F. 

John, clerk John McNamara, h 96 Depot, W. F. 

John A., machinist, bds 81 Payson 

John F., emp C. H. Brown & Co., h 90 Forest 

Michael, emp C. B. & Co., h 124 Depot, W. F. 

Michael F., emp C. B. & Co., h 60 Sanborn, W. F. 

Patrick, emp C B. & Co., bds 131 Depot, W. F. 

Samuel, dentist 246 Main, bds 81 Payson 

Thomas, emp P. M. Co., rms 48 Day 

Thomas J., bds 131 Depot, W, F. 
Quinal Amiel, emp Loveland & Fish, bds 91 North 

Eugenie Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 36 Dover 

Sarah Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 36 Dover 

Toussaint, bds 9 Railroad 
Quinlan Charles J., barber 1 Westminster, W. F., h 3 do. 

— see Cullinan 
Quinn Edward J., foreman S. R.-M. Co., rms 120 Myrtle av 

Elizabeth Miss, emp Parkbill Mfg. Co., bds 13 Franklin 

Henry, emp H. W. & Co., bds 40 Railroad 

James, emp S. R.-M. Co., rms 120 Myrtle av 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 82 Rollstone 

John, rem to Boston 

John W., emp H. W. & Co., h 40 Railroad 

Michael, emp Boston, h 16 First 

Patrick, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 84 Rollstone 

Rose Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 13 Franklin 
Quirk Dennison, emp F. R. R., bds 91 North 

Mabel Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 171 Water 

Raabe Adolph, cigar mfr and dealer 180 Main, h 1 Prescott 

Rabbit Hat Co., hatters and furnishers, 136 Main 

Raboin Alfred, emp F. R. R. shop, h 28 Falulah rd 
Ephraim, emp F. R. R. shop, bds 20 Market 
— see Roboin 

Rabsal William, shoemaker 109 Leighton, h do. 

Racine Alfred John, rem to Shirley 
Henry, rem to Ayer Junction 
Josephine, widow Antoine, h Prentiss alley 
Thomas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds Prentiss alley 
— see Root 

Rackliff — see Ratclirf'e 

Rackliffe Eben E., emp Greene & Sneddon, h 1 Franklin 

Radford Susie Miss, bds 35 Lincoln 

Raf Matti, laborer, h 85 Mechanic 

Rafferty John, emp F. M. Works, bds 4 Main 



FITCHBURG [R] DIRECTORY. 245 

Rainville Charles, h &6 Clarendon 

Fred, emp F. W. Co., h 12 Falulah 
Raitt Frederick E., letter carrier, h 69 Forest 

Sarah J., widow Jeremiah, bds 69 Forest 
Rajala Isak, laborer, h 64 Marshall 

Jaakob, emp Hardy & Pinder, bds 10 Brigham 

Jako, laborer, bds 70 Marshall 

John, laborer, h 147 Mechanic 
Rambeau Alfred J., clerk, bds 39 Clarendon 

Antoine, wood dealer 39 Clarendon, h do. 
Ramgren Aleck, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 21 West 

Erick, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 21 West 

Ewald, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 102 Mechanic 

Ewald, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 10 Read 
Ramsdell James B., emp Dwight Fuller, h 1 Goddard 

Maria, widow Elanson, bds 86 Forest 

Willis H., carpenter, rms 19 Pleasant 
Ramsden Thomas F., h 692 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Ramsey Adelbert L., clerk, h 95 Pacific 

John W., electrician Kimball Electric Co., h 7 Pacific 
Rand Charles P., emp F. Mfg. Co., h 50 Franklin 

David E., mgr W. U. Tel., Union depot, h 48 Garnet 

John W., supt fire alarm, steamer house No. 1, h 67 Prichard 

Percy, emp engineer's office F. R. R., bds 48 Garnet 
Randel George H., meat market 385 Main and prop Phoenix Cafe 

372 do., h (11) 372 Main 
Rankin Edwin, emp F. R. R., h Hazel ext 

William R., pressman Fitchburg Sentinel, rms 47 Blossom 
Ranni Jakob, rem to Montana 

Ranta Isaac, shoemaker emp 28 Day, rms 12 Kimball 
Ranvill George, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h Ashburnham Hill rd n 

W r est 
Ratchford — see Rochford 
Ratcliffe John W., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 52 Chester 

Thomas, clerk emp 405 Main, h 101 High 
Rathbun George D., foreman stitching dept E. M. Dickinson & Co., 

h 6 Orange 
Rauh Fred, emp Beoli Co., h 27 Sanborn, W. F. 
Raumagas Victor, laborer, h 177 Rollstone 

Rawson K. Pardon, fire insurance agent 234 Main, h 19 Winter 
Ray Arthur K., emp P. M. Co., bds 83 Walnut 

Charles W., rms 10 Payson 

Edwin S., bds 53 Highland av 

Hattie Mrs., housekeeper 110 Myrtle av 

Jacob, rem to England 

John, peddler, h 100 Pacific 

John S., foreman depts 18, 20 and 21 Putnam Machine Co., h 
83 Walnut 



246 FITCHBURG [R] DIRECTORY. 

Ray Katie Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 40 Kimball 

Stillman M., blacksmith C. H. Brown & Co., h 53 Highland av 

Raymon — see Reimann 

Raymond Alfred, emp Beoli Co., bds 826 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Carroll, rem to Fitzwilliam Depot, N. H. 
Clayton W., canvasser, bds 2 Brighain 

RAYMOND GEORGE, civil engineer, (Raymond & Eaton) 
(10) 387 Main [see page 447] 
Joseph E., h 25 Prospect 
Luman, agent baker and confectioner 131 Westminster, W. F., 

h do. 
Lyman, farmer, h Pearl Hill rd n Fisher rd 
Samuel S., canvasser, bds 2 Brigham 
Zaccheus W., carpenter, h 2 Brigham 

RAYMOND & EATON, (George Raymond and E. S. Eaton) 
Florida and Boston suburban real estate agents (10) 387 
Main [see page 447] 
Raynolds — see Reynolds 
Read Edwin, bds 91 South 

READ EDWIN M., confectioner, caterer and baker 370 Main, 
h 88 Mechanic [see page 471] 

Henry F., engineer F. R. R., h 91 South 

Josiah Warren, foreman Union Coal Co., h 53 Pacific 

Mary, widow Walter, bds off 303 Blossom 

Roland B., fireman N. Y., N. H. & R. R., bds 91 South 

— see Reed 
Ready Jeremiah, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h r 226 Plymouth 
Reagan Jeremiah, bds 239 River 

Michael H., mason, h 242 Water 
Reardon Bartholomew, emp H. W. & Co., bds off Boylston n school 

Bridget Miss, h 5 Fulton 

John, emp F. R. R., h 125 Heywood 

John, emp H. W. & Co., bds off Boylston n schoolhouse 

John J., emp H. W. & Co., h off Boylston n schoolhouse 

M. J., emp F. Tool Co., rms 34 Cherry 

Margaret, widow William, h 15 Duck Mill rd 

Michael, emp F. R. R. shop, h 37 Canton 

Michael J., shoemaker 198 Water, bds 5 Fulton 

— see Riordan 
Record Florentine E. Miss, nurse 75 Snow, h do. 

Shepard T., farmer, h Sheldon rd, W. F. 
Rector Frank Rev., pastor First Baptist church, h 146 Pleasant 
Red Men's Hall, 22 Laurel 

Redding Mary Miss, emp Leominster, bds 25 First 
Reddon Joseph, emp Beoli Co., bds 22 Westminster, W. F. 
Redfield Walter M., manager Traders Supply Co. 132 Main, bds 14 

Mt. Vernon 
Reddy George, emp Beoli Co., bds 129 Sanborn, W. F. 









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Reddy Minnie Miss, emp F. Duck Mill, bds Duck Mill id 

Redigan Mary Miss, emp R. Wallace, bds Fairview n Tremont, W. F. 

Redman Eliza, widow Eli, h 21 Redman 

Redney Henry, emp Orswell Mills, h 15 Rockland 

Reed Charles A., piano tuner 104 Main, rms 32 do. 

Daniel A., conductor F. R. R., h 7 Harvard 

Edmund B., rem to Lunenburg 

Edward H., (Hartwell & Reed) 279 Main, h 283 do. 

Emeline E. Miss, bds 154 Pleasant 

REED GEORGE, (Hartwell & Reed) 279 Main, h 12 Hartwell 
[see page 483] 

May Miss, emp Columbian Cafe, rms 32 Main 

Mead, brakeman F. R. R., h 56 Day 

R. Elizabeth Miss, h 61 Central 

— see Read 
Rees Richard M., emp F. R. R., rms 5 Cherry 
Reeve Andrew E., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 89 North 
Regan Patrick H., driver N. Y. & B. D. Ex. Co., h 48 Granite 
Register of Deeds, David H. Merriam, court house 
Reidel — see Riethel 
Reilly James, timekeeper F. R. R. round house, h 103 Heywood 

Michael, carpenter, bds 719 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Patrick, emp city, h 19 Academy 

Timothy, emp F. R. R. shop, h 31 Second 

William, machinist J. B. Mfg. Co., bds 420 Water 

— see O'Reilly 
Reimann Oswald, emp F. W. Co., h 210 Canton 
Reinholm Matt, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 44 Goddard 
Reipschlager William F., cigar maker emp 181 Main, bds The 

Fitchburg 
Reithel Christian, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., (A), h 122 Kimball 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 15 Rockland 
Remington A. Sherman, h 50 Pacific 

Alfred M., (Nathan & Remington) 82 Main, bds 50 Pacific 

Arthur L., emp U. M. Co., h 110 Myrtle av 

Arthur L., emp U. M. Co., bds 50 Pacific 

REMINGTON HERMAN E., (Cummings & Remington) 356 
Main, h 63 Grove 
Orlando P., hairdresser and bath rooms under American House, 

h 95 Day 
Walter L. barber emp O. P. Remington, bds 95 Day 
Remse Louis, emp Beoli Co., h 104 Leighton 
Renaud Alec, laborer, h 488 Water 

Delina, widow Joseph, bds 76 Abbott av 

Etienne, carpenter, h 76 Abbott av 

Ismael, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 43 Falulah 

John, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 24 Rockland 

Joseph, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 29 Devlin 



248 FITCHBURG [RJ DIRECTORY. 

Renaud Louis, emp Beoli Co., h 112 Columbus 

Maxime, emp L. H. Gooduow Foundry Co., h 43 Falulah 
Reniere — see Regnier 
Renslow Lucius E., rem to Canada 
Revell John, einp F. R. R. shop, bds 52 Boutelle 

Richard, emp F. R. R. shop, h 52 Boutelle 
Reynolds Annette P. Miss, clerk Crocker, Burbank & Co., bds 21 
Arlington 

Elmer E., emp F. R. R., h 6 Cherry 

Ernest H., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 28 "Maple 

George, fireman F. R. R., bds 41 Clinton 

Harvey C, farmer, h Rindge rd 

Joseph shoemaker, emp 349 Main, h 21 Arlington 

Josephine Miss, teacher, bds 21 Arlington 

Lottie A. Mrs., nurse, rms 90 Blossom 

Maurice A., farmer L. C. Albee, h 183 Albee 

Rupert, rem to Rhode Island 

Thomas, stone cutter, h 10 Portland 

Thomas W., janitor high school, bds 21 Arlington 
Rhedin Carl, clerk 494 Main, bds 62 Goddard 
Ricard Mederic, emp Nockege Mill, h 134 Kimball 

Mederic Mrs., dressmaker 134 Kimball, h do. 
Rice Achsah B., widow Eli, bds 39 Pacific 

RICE CHARLES H., physician and surgeon 12 Prichard near 
Main, h do. Office hours, 8 to 9 a. ra., and 1.30 to 3.30 p. m. 
Edith A. Miss, stenographer 31 Newton pi, res Leominster 
Edward H., produce dealer 48 Milk, bds do. 
Emma M., widow Joseph P., h 12 Pearl 
Frank H., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 94 Green 
Frank O., emp 477 Main, h 30 Davis 
Frank W., rem to Leominster 
Fred F., rem to Ashburnham 

Fred W., (Oran S. Rice & Co.), 118 Main, h 36 Green 
Frederick L., switchman F. R. R., h 148 Pearl 
Henry L., supt knife dept S. Mfg. Co., h 48 Milk 
Jennie R. Miss, teacher, bds 23 Milk 
John F., engineer, h 39 Pacific 
J. Newbern, bookkeeper 120 Main, h 12 Pearl 
Lucy E. Miss, clerk 56 Green, h do. 
Mary A., widow Forester, bds 14 Cherry 
Mary M., widow Charles A., h 11 Holt 
Oran S., (Oran S. Rice & Co.) 118 Main, h 170 Prichard 
Oran S. & Co. (Oran S. and Fred W. Rice), watchmakers and 

jewelers 118 Main 
Prescott C, city librarian F. Public Library, bds 48 Garnet 
Robert A., student, bds 12 Prichard 
Thomas H. W., h 21 Highland av 
Waldo A., emp F. Paper Co., h 879 River, W. F. 



FITCHBURG [R] DIRECTORY. 249 

Rice Walter, emp Orswell Mills, bds 227 River 

Walter F., draughtsman F. M. Works, h 114 Myrtle av 

William, machinist P. M. Co., h 23 Milk 

William E., chiropodist, bds 5 Redman 

William F., teacher high school, rms 174 Prichard 

William S., emp F. R. R., h 28 Blossom 
Rich Benjamin L., (B. L. Rich & Co.) 168 Main, h 9 Weymouth 

B. L. & Co. (B. L. Rich), props Fitchburg music store, 168 
Main 

Charles W., clerk 168 Main, bds 9 Weymouth 

Florence E. Miss, stenographer I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 20 
Pine 

Frances, widow George, bds 164 Myrtle av 

Fred, janitor Goodrich street school, h 98 Boutelle 

Fred G., engineer F. R. R., h 164 Myrtle av 

Thatcher R., engineer F. R. R., h 20 Pine 
Richard Adolph, rem to New Brunswick 

Frederick, shoemaker 81 Charles, h 39 Allen 

George, bds 21 Allen 

John H., insurance agent, h 74 Green 

Joseph, emp Beoli Co., h 19 Orchard 

Joseph, mason, h 39 Allen 

Placide, laborer, bds 24 Rockland 

Rosario, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 12 Washington 
Richards Clovis, emp Beoli Co., h 46 Madison 

Dosithe, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C),h 19 Orchard 

Electric Appliance Co., Marcus L. Richards manager, electro 
and galvanic belts 11 Terrace pi, W. F. 

Frank, emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 19 Orchard 

Fred W., rem to Boston 

Jerry R., clerk, h 244 Water 

John, conductor F. R. R., h 11 Highland av 

Joseph, bds 40 Madison 

Joseph, rem to Leominster 

Luc, emp F. F. Woodward & Co., bds 602 River 

Luke, emp F. F. Woodward & Co., bds 604 River 

Marcus L., manager Richards Electric Appliance Co., 11 Ter- 
race pi, W. F. h do. 

Phebe Mrs., h 598 River 

Reuben, carpenter, h 67 Beech 

Thaddeus D., emp Beoli Co., h 21 Allen 

Thaddeus R., emp Orswell Mills, h 40 Madison 

Thomas, rem to England 

Walter E., cashier Armour & Co., rms 14 Mt. Vernon 

William, emp C. B. & Co., h 928 Westminster HiU rd, W. F. 

Zoel, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 19 Orchard 
Richardson Arthur E., h 80 Mt. Vernon 

Charles O., boots and shoes 174 Main, h (12) 372 do. 



250 FITCHBTJRG [RJ DIRECTORY. 

Richardson Fred A., sashmaker C. A. Priest Lumber Co., rms 62 Grove 

George H., bookkeeper, h 38 Prichard 

George Herman Mrs., boarding house 38 Prichard 

George S., foreman F. M. Works, h 76 Prichard 

George W., h 28 Lawrence 

Jane L. S., widow David, h 22 River 

John A., engineer N. Y., N. H. & U, R. R., h 108 Cedar 

Julia, widow Leander, h 255 Blossom 

Laura, widow William, h 57 Prichard 

Mary A. Mrs., natural healer 28 Lawrence, h do. 

Nancy J., widow Levi H., bds 34 Harrison av 

Susan L., widow John, bds 123 Snow 

William, emp Union Pork Co., h Townsend id 

William, rem to Lunenburg 
Richmond Elmer O., dyer and tailor 343 Main and 13 1-2 Blossom, 
h 11 Goddard 

Everett H., emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 11 Goddard 

G. H. Mrs., dressmaker 64 River, h do. 

George H., clerk, h 64 River 

Homer, carpenter and builder 7 Taft, h do. 

James O., clerk 210 Main, h 18 Highland av 

John W., carpenter, bds 7 Taft 

Mina H. Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 64 River 

Nellie Miss, bds 64 River 
Rickard David A., painter, h 17 Cherry 

F. E. Miss, nurse, rms 75 Snow 

RICHER BROS. (B. Frank and Edwin B. Ricker), groceries 
50 Laurel [see page 475] 

B. Frank, (Ricker Bros.) 50 Laurel, h 7 Fulton 

Edwin B., (Ricker Bros.) 50 Laurel, bds 7 Fulton 

George A., motorman, h 171 Lunenburg 

Jessum V., butcher, h 730 Water 

Philonzo W., bds city farm 
Riedell Adolph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 107 High 
Rierdon — see Reardon 
Riley John W., emp F. W. Co., bds 420 Water 

— see Reilly 
Rindge Mary E. Miss, dressmaker, bds 90 Pleasant 
Rines George, brakeman F. R. R., rms 14 North 
Ring Obadiah E., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 28 Taft 
Ringey — see Regnier 

Ringqvist Otto W., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 3 Nutting 
Rinki Juha, laborer, bds 85 Mechanic 
Riordan James, blacksmith rear 361 Main, h 47 Prichard 
Ripley Fred N., emp F. R. R. shop, h 9 Goodwin 
Rise Gabriel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 94 Rollstone 
Ritchie Adelbert, carpenter, h 81 Snow 

Florence M., compositor Sentinel office, bds 81 Snow 



FITCHBURG [R] DIRECTORY. 251 

Riutta Andrew, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 181 Rollstone 
Rivard Albert, farmer, h Mt. Elam rd 

Charles, barber, h 199 Fairmount 

Hubert, farmer, h Franklin rd 

Oliver, barber emp 368 Main, bds Mt. Elam rd 
Rivers Frank, painter r 144 Lunenburg, h 144 do. 

Frank E., bds 144 Lunenburg 

Isaac, laborer, h 94 Laurel 

Joseph A., grocer and meat market 221 Fairmount, h do. 
Rivet Albert, emp P. M. Co., bds 38 Leighton 

Annie Mrs., h 38 Leighton 

Arthur, emp P. M. Co , h 38 Leighton 
Roach Arthur, laborer, bds 15 Railroad 

Arthur P., helper F. M. Works, h 15 Railroad 

Daniel J., emp G. W. W. Paper Co., h 68 Albee 

Michael J., gardener, h 43 Willow 

Michael J., clerk 240 Water, bds 276 do. 

Stephen, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 276 Water 

— see Roche 

ROADSTRAND CHARLES J„ undertaker 7 Main, bds 26 
Summer [see page 482] 
Robb Arthur, emp E. A. Robb, bds 18 Boutelle 

Ernest A., creamery 149 Lunenburg, h 18 Boutelle 
Robbins Addison, emp S. R.-M. Co , h 11 Doane 

Alfred J., emp W. A. Garno, h Brier 

Charlotte M., widow George, h 5 Goodwin 

Edward F., carpenter, h 111 Myrtle av 

Ella F., widow Herbert, bds 13 Linden 

Henry D., bds 71 Central 

Henry L., clerk Derby House, bds do. 

James L., painter, h 21 Willow 

James L. Mrs., nurse, h 21 Willow 

John F., laborer, bds 7 Townsend 

Julia, widow Alfred J., bds 108 Pacific 

Laura E., widow John, h 24 Day 

Louisa, widow True, bds 60 Marshall 

Milton, foreman blacksmith F. R. R. shop, rms 32 Hancock 

Stephen L., laborer, bds Marshall rd cor Pearl ext 

William, emp C. H. Brown & Co., bds 11 Doane 
Roberge Francis Xavier, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., and barber 2 Cleg- 
horn, h do. 

George, emp F. R. R., rms 38 Day 

Joseph, emp F. W. Co., bds 6 Fourth 

Joseph, emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 54 Daniels 

Odile, widow Ludger, h 54 Daniels 
Robert Eugene, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 86 Plymouth 

Hector, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 7 Blais ct 

Zephyr, rem to Canada 



252 FITCHBURG [R] DIRECTORY. 

Roberts Daniel, emp F. A. Bennett, bds 28 Snow 

Dearek, widow Domnigue, h 161 Fairmount 

Fred, overseer F. Mfg. Co., bds 6b Cleghorn 

Fulgene, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 80 Plymouth 

Henry, hostler 23 Snow, rms 28 do. 

Henry J., clerk 147 Main, bds 84 Day 

John, emp F. R. R. shop, h off Summer n trotting park 

Joseph, carpenter, h 225 West 

Millard F., emp P. M. Co., h 126 Pacific 

Peter, bds 24 Snow 

Robert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 128 Kimball 
Robertson Elizabeth, widow Alexander, bds 17 Newton pi 

George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 159 Fairmount 

Robert A., emp Beoli Co., h 81 Cascade, W. F. 
Robichaud Ben, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 24 Federal 

Charles, lather, bds 23 Wall 

Fabian, h 23 Wall 

Fred, rem to Gardner 
Robinson Albert E., machinist emp S. R.-M. Co., h 26 Boylston 

Alden A., emp W. A. Garno, h 12 Lincoln 

Charles, fireman F. R. R., rms 37 Blossom 

Charles W., rem to Lunenburg 

David A., meat peddler, bds Whitteraore n Mechanic 

Dinah, widow Amos, h Ashburnham n Stickney rd, W. F. 

Ella S., widow Isaac, h 30 Lincoln 

Ernest E., teamster, h Charles ext 

Fred, rem to Leominster 

Harry, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 15 Huron 

Herbert H., attorney-at-law (30) 229 Main, h Ashburnham n 
Stickney rd, W. F. 

Julia Miss, dressmaker, bds 21 Oliver 

Lewis C, asst janitor city hall, bds 30 Lincoln 

Nellie Mrs., housekeeper 45 Walnut 

Rilla F. Miss, rem to Pembroke, N. H. 

Sarah A., widow William H., bds 15 Allen 

Stephen, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 350 Lunenburg 

Timothy A., fireman F. R. R., rms 37 Blossom 

— see Robertson 
Roboin Deus, rem to Fall River 

Ephraim, rem to Gardner 
Roby Edgar T., machinist P. M. Co., h 126 Snow 
Roche Elizabeth A. Miss, clerk 147 Main, bds 3 Portland 

John H., painter, bds 3 Portland 

Michael 2d, emp G. W. W. P. Co., h 3 Portland 
Rochford Bartholomew, stonecutter, h 98 Beech 
Rochon Barthelme, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 9 Albee 

Cleophas, rem to Canada 

Frederick, emp Orswell Mills, h 521 Main 



FITCHBUEG [RJ DIRECTORY. 253 

Rochon Henry, laborer, bds 3 Blais ct 
Joseph, h 3 Blais ct 
Theophile, laborer, h off 154 Fairmount 
Wilfred, erap F. Gas and Electric Light Co., h 5 West 

Rock Bridget Mrs., h 13 Pleasant 

Charles, stonemason emp F. R. R., h 347 Lunenburg 
Daniel, hostler H. A. Seidel, rms 133 1-2 Blossom 

ROCK MARGARET E. MISS, chiropodist, hairdresser and 
manicure 239 1-2 Main, bds 13 Pleasant [see page 4701 
Rocktaschel Adolf, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 24 Kimball pi 

ROCKWELL HENRY F., apothecary 401 Main, and mayor 
office city hall, h 46 Mechanic [see page 455] 

Marian A., clerk 237 Main, h 161 Blossom 

Sarah C, widow Henry O., h 46 Mechanic 
Rockwood Charles A., clerk 210 'Main, bds 3 Waverly 

Ezra B., h 2 Prichard 

Fred C, rem to Concord 

Martha, widow Charles F., h 3 Waverly 
Roddy Catherine, widow Martin, h 91 Birch 

Cora Miss, dressmaker, bds 58 Birch 

Henry T., meat peddler 58 Birch, bds do. 

John, emp G. W. W. P. Co., h 58 Birch 

Martin, machinist F. S. E. Co., h 50 North 

Michael F., mason, bds 58 Birch 
Rodimon Ezra C, farmer, h Wanoosnoc rd 

Henry E., farmer, bds Wanoosnoc rd 
Roger Alphonse, barber emp 72 Main, rms 58 Day 

ROGERS ARTHUR E., watchmaker and jeweler and dealer in 
silver ware, clocks, etc. and telephone station 366 Main, h 

86 High [see back cover] 
Edward W., engineer steam roller, h 160 Pleasant 
Emeline G., widow Robert, h 36 Pine 
Eugene H., sign painter 304 1-2 Main, h 84 Arlington 
Euphemie Miss, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 224 Plymouth 
Ferdinand, farmer, h Ashby west rd 

Harry E., bookkeeper Sentinel Printing Co., bds 35 Nutting 
Henrietta E., widow Robert, bds 178 Summer 
Henry B., jobber and wood dealer 57 Townsend, bds do. 
Hugh M., boss dyer F. Mfg. Co., h 840 Westminster Hill rd, 

W. F. 
James, emp C. B. & Co., bds 752 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
James J., emp F. Paper Co., bds 1076 River, W. F. 
Leonidas, clerk, h 79 Plymouth 
Randolph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 3 Blais ct 
Richard F., bds 1076 River, W. F. 
Rose, widow Patrick, h 1076 River, W. F. 
Sarah O., widow Alfred, bds 7 Pearl 
William J., emp E. N. Farwell, h 46 Myrtle av 



254 FITCHBURG [R] DIRECTORY. 

Rogers William P., prop People's Market 358 Main, h 35 Nutting 
Rohan Bridget Mrs., h 17 Spruce 

Julia Mrs., h 26 Clinton 

Nellie A., Miss, teacher, bds 17 Spruce 
Rohr Charles A., einp Beoli Co., bds 57 Sanborn, W. F. 
Roi George, farmer, h rear 203 Fairmount 
Rolfe Mary, widow Joseph, bds 70 Highland av 
Rolke Gustave, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 120 Kimball 

Wilhelm, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 94 Leighton 
Rollins Weston, rem to Grafton, N. H. 
Rollstone Congregational Church, Main cor Snow 

Cycle Club, 145 Main 

Hose Co. No. 1, Central station, 28-36 Oliver 

ROLLSTONE MARKET, W. C. Emory prop, meat and provi- 
sions 405 Main [see page 480] 
ROLLSTONE NATIONAL BANK, H. A. Willis pres, Wil- 
bur B. Tenney cashier, 131 Main [see page 427] 
ROLLSTONE PRINTING CO., job printers 17 Water [see 
page 500] 
ROLLSTONE STABLES, Guy Woods prop, 23 Academy r 
National House [see page 498] 
Street School, Rollstone cor Charles 
Rolph Fred L., (Merriam & Rolph) 47 Main, h 22 Summer 
Roma Antonia, emp city, h 90 Heywood 

Patsie, confectionery and fruit 132 Water and grocer 47 Hey- 
wood, h do. 
Romans Addie M. Mrs., h 3b North 

George G., emp Nichols & Frost, bds 55 North 
John A., bds 13 Mack 
Mary, widow William, h 13 Mack 
Rome Azina Mrs., h 27 First 

Louis, peddler, h 120 Boutelle 
Ronan George S., plumber Jennison Plumbing Co., h 34 Pleasant 
Roncarti Eugene B., draughtsman, bds Hotel Westmoreland 
Ronneberger William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 219 W^est 
Rooney John J., conductor F. R. R., h 6 Waverly 
Michael, laborer, h 19 Hale 
Michael, carpenter, bds 24 Spruce 
Thomas, mason, h 39 First 
Roopeaion John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 143 Water 
Roopeian Mugurdich, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 86 Circle 
Roos Jennie E., widow Everett J., bds 68 Mt. Vernon 
Root Allen C, h 11 Cross 

Charles, emp Beoli Co., bds 42 Phillips, W. F. 
Charles T., emp estate M. Davis, bds 11 Cross 
Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h Mechanic n Fisher rd 
— see Racine 
Rose Augustus G., farmer and greenhouse, h Oak Hill rd 






FITCHBURG [R] DIRECTORY. 255 

Rose Milton, emp A. G. Rose, Oak Hill rd, bds do. 

Newton A. (Rose, Pratt & Co.), 45 Westminster, W. F., bds 
Oak Hill rd 

Pratt & Co., (Newton A. Rose and Andrew Pratt) rafrs dust- 
pans and fibre goods 64 Westminster, W. F. 

Walter, rem to Neponset 
Ross Amy L. Miss, rem to Lunenburg 

Ashton D., engineer F. R. R., h 100 Snow 

Charles D., teamster Lowe Bros. & Co., bds 79 1-2 Cedar 

Charles N., rem to Natick 

Ellen, widow William J., h 12 Gage 

James, (James & T. K. Ross) dentist 166 Main, h 48 Pleasant 

James A., emp F. Worsted Co., h 11 1-2 Highland av 

James A. J., rem to Nova Scotia 

ROSS JAMES & T. K. (James and Thomas K. Ross) dentists, 
166 Main [see page 451] 
John, rem to Clinton 

John F., ticket agent Union depot, rms 54 Day 
John P., h 7 Harvard 

John R , emp Star Worsted Co., h 36 Westminster Hill rd 
Joseph W., emp freight depot F. R. R., bds 79 1-2 Cedar 
Kate Miss, emp Beoli Co., bds 116 Phillips, W. F. 
Lewis R., clerk, bds 104 Cedar 

Margaret A. Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 11 1-2 Highland av 
Maud J. Miss, bds 116 Phillips, W. F. 
Maurice, physical director Y. M. C. A., res Lunenburg 

ROSS R. OSWALD, physician and surgeon 158 Green, h do- 
office hours 9 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m., tele, 
phone 351-3 
Roswell C, carpenter and builder 104 Cedar, h do. 
Thomas K., (James and T. K. Ross) dentist 166 Main, bds 48 
Pleasant 
Rossier Albert P. Rev., pastor French Baptist Mission, h 111 1-2 

Myrtle av 
Rossnar Herman F., shoe store 96 Leighton, h do. 
Louis, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 37 Wall 
Louis H., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 96 Leighton 
Otto, machinist, bds 96 Leighton 
Rostron John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 2 Highland ct 
Rougeau Leon, milk dealer, h Ashby west rd 
Rouisse Edmond G., machine tender Falulah Paper Co., h 608 Water 

George, laborer, h Wanoosnoc rd 
Rouleau Dosithe, cellar contractor, h 107 Falulah 

Noe, teamster and wood dealer 57 Sheridan, h do. 
Rourke Eliza, widow Francis, h 196 Water 

John F., emp F. R. R. shop, h 196 Water 

John J., coremaker L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 13 Boyle ct 

— see O' Rourke 



256 FITCHBUEG [R] DIRECTORY. 

Rous Daniel, laborer, h 98 Heywood 

Rousseau Arthur, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 78 Plymouth 

August, laborer, h 51 Exeter 

Edward, laborer, h 220 Water 

George, etnp Nockege Mill, bds 51 Exeter 

Ferdinand, laborer, h 174 Fair mount 

Henry, watchman F. Duck Mill, h 27 Duck Mill rd 

Isaie, carpenter, h 129 Pearl 

John, emp Boston Screw Co., bds 152 Canton 

John B., laborer, h 152 Canton 

Napoleon, emp F. Duck Mill, bds 25 Duck Mill rd 

Narcisse, laborer, h 199 Fairmount 

Selina, widow Olivier, h 25 Duck Mill rd 
Roussell John B., clerk, bds 299 South 

Joseph, emp H. B. Adams, h 299 South 

Joseph, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds off 224 Bemis 

Louis, painter F. R. R. shop, h 62 Walnut 

Peter, watchman F. W. Co., h off 224 Bemis 
Rowe Fred, fireman F. R. R., rms 41 Blossom 

Wallace B., rem to Leominster 
Rowell Willard B., emp, Mrs. O. H. Lawrence, h 154 Harrison av 
Rowley Charles E., pressman Sentinel office, bds 193 River 

Esther, widow John, h 193 River 

Frank A., teller Rollstone National Bank, h 5 Weymouth 

Joseph R., barber and billiard room 1 Dover and jobber, bds 
193 River 

Lou F. Miss, emp Leominster, bds 103 Snow 
Roy Alec, h 77 Plymouth 

Alexander, stonecutter, h 14 Clarendon 

Alphonse, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 86 Plymouth 

Arthur, emp Beoli Co., bds r 203 Fairmount 

Arthur, laborer, h Ashby west rd 

Cerenuse, h 78 Plymouth 

Clarice, widow Simeon, h r 93 Cleghorn 

Edward, emp J. H. Daniels, bds r 93 Cleghorn 

Eugene, livery stable 11 Orchard, h 8 Blais ct 

J. Baptiste, laborer, h 181 Fairmount 

J. Baptiste, laborer, h 86 Plymouth 

James F., policeman, h 21 Worcester 

Jere, teamster, bds 181 Fairmount 

Joseph, laborer, bds 76 Plymouth 

Joseph, laborer, bds 50 Allen 

Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 174 Fairmount 

Joseph H., clerk 210 Main, bds r 16 Washington 

Michael, laborer, h 76 Plymouth 

Placide, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds r 93 Cleghorn 

Thomas, emp 453 Main, h 96 Birch 
Roys Esther Mrs. prop Bay State House, Railroad sq, 93 Main 



FITCHBURG [R] DIRECTORY. 257 

Roys Henry F., bds Bay State House 

Martin T., emp F. R. R., h 1 Cottage sq 
Rubin John A., rem to Worcester 

Rublee N. Curtis, (N. C. Rublee "& Co.) 195 Main, rms 100 Day 
pUBLEE N. C. & CO., opticians 195 Main [see page 451] 

Ruebush Frank L., clerk, h 111 Highland av 

Ruffle William J., hostler 12 Day, h 48 Lawrence 

Rufiange Alexander, (Henault& Rufiange) 144 Fairmount, h 188 do. 

RUGG A. A. Mrs., confectioner and caterer 185 Main, h 42 Sum- 
mer [see page 471] 

Clarence, bds 42 Milk 

Edward F., carpenter, h 21 Wood 

Ernest V., clerk 178 Main, bds 42 Milk 

Herbert N., wholesale confectioner 185 Main, h 42 Summer 

Louisa, widow James, h 42 Milk 

Samuel, teamster G. E. Waite & Co., h 40 Wachusett, W. F. 
Ruhlin Otto, rem to Lawrence 
Rukdeschel — see Rocktaschel 
Rumball Sidney W., (Rumball & Co.) 207 River, bds do. 

& Co. (Sidney W. Rumball and Gustave Liljegren), grocers 
207 River 
Rumery Charles C, emp E. F. Belding & Co., bds 50 Milk 

Edward A., machinist, h 50 Milk 

Frank G., shipper S. Mfg. Co., bds 50 Milk 
Rumrill Walter H., rem to Harwich 

Runnells Francis C, train despatcher F. R. R., rms 94 Snow 
Russ Grace S. Miss, rem to Lunenburg 
Russell Albert, emp F. Steel Ball Co., bds 31 Lincoln 

Anna, widow Edward, bds 25 Hannigan ct, W. F. 

Blanche L. Miss, teacher, bds 40 Clinton 

Carrie E. Miss, emp F. Steel Ball Co., bds 113 Highland av 

Charles J., bookkeeper 237 Main, res Leominster 

Charles M., rem to Ash by 

David, emp C. B. & Co., h 746 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

David, Jr., emp Beoli Co., bds 746 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Fannie L., widow Andrew, rem to New Bedford 

Frank E., agt John Hancock M. Life Ins. Co., h 41 Eaton, W. F. 

George, rem to Boston 

George F., mfr automatic lamp lighters, h 62 North 

George L., h 52 Oliver 

Herbert E., clerk S. R.-M. Co., bds 35 Mechanic 

Isabella S. Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 51 Mt. Vernon 

James R., drug clerk, bds 9 Vine 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 9 Vine 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. f C), h 212 Fairmount 

John Jr., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), bds 9 Vine 

Lucius B., commercial traveler, h 35 Mechanic 



258 FITCHBUEG [R] DIEECTORY. 

Russell Mary B., widow Andrew, h 139 Blossom 

RUSSELL ORCHESTRA THE, G. A. Patz leader and con- 
ductor, Arthur Geoff rion agent, office Park building 117 
Main [see page 453] 

RUSSELL PETER, carpenter and builder 40 Clinton, h do. 
[see page 490] 

Peter, watchman F. W. Co., h off 224 Bemis 

Robert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 9 Vine 

Uberto C, emp F. S. B. Co., bds 31 Lincoln 

— see Roussell 
Rustigiau Asadoor, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 538 Main 

Charles, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 538 Main 
Rutan Alexander, bds 1055 River, W. F. 

Amelia, widow Elisha, h 1055 River, W. F. ! 

Fletcher L., emp F. Paper Co., h 1093 River, W. F. 
Rutherford John, engineer F. R. R., rms 41 Blossom 
Rutledge John C, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 214 Plymouth 
Ryan Annie E. Miss, bookkeeper 220 Water, bds 9 Crown 

Bernard, emp C. B. & Co., bds 165 Water 

Edward F., emp F. Gas and Electric Light Co., h 36 Second 

RYAN FREDERICK, meat, fish and oyster market 220 Water, 
h 9 Crown [see page 480] 
James 2d, helper P. M. Co., bds 20 Walnut 
James D., bds 20 Walnut 

James E., clerk 147 Lunenburg, bds 18 Boutelle 
James J., foreman Crocker, Burbank & Co., h 83 Princeton rd, 

W. F. 
James J., emp Boston, h 165 Water 
James T., canvasser, bds 9 Fourth 
John, rem to Plymouth 
John, laborer Powell Bros., h off 16 Granite 
John, rem to Troy, N. Y. 

John J., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 15 Beech 
John J., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 521 Main 
Joseph, janitor schools, h 9 Fourth 
Katie E., widow John T., h 24 Forest 
Martin, laborer, h 521 Main 

Mary Miss, emp G. W. W. P. Co., bds 165 Water 
Mary, widow Martin, h 9 Crown 

Michael, foreman G. W. Wheelright Paper Co., h 242 Water 
Michael, rem to New York 

Michael, emp H. W. & Co., bds Hardy passway cor Berry 
Morris J., polisher, bds 521 Main 
Richard F., emp Leominster, bds 36 Second 
Thomas J., foreman carpenter W. H. Keyes, h 10 William 
William, emp D. M. Dillon, h 41 Beech 
William F., emp F. S. E. Co., bds 41 Beech 



FITOHBURG [S] DIRECTORY. 259 

Ryan William H., paper hanger and dealer in paper hangings 243 

Water, h do. 
Ryder Vaughan E., rem to Cambridge 

Saabel Aaron, laborer F. R. R., h 22 Kimball pi 
Saarela August, laborer, bds 183 Rollstone 
Saari Samuel, laborer, h 130 High 
Sack Joseph, peddler, h 24 Boutelle 
Safarian A., emp 29 Federal, rms do. 

SAFETY FUND NATIONAL BANK, 229 Main, Henry 
Allison pres, E. A. Onthank cashier [see page 426] 
Safford Burt N., emp Lowe Bros. & Co., h 102 Laurel 
Sage Jonas, emp C. B. & Co., h 25 Sanborn, W. F. 

William, emp C. B. & Co., h 66 Phillips, W. F. 
Sager Frank, rem to Columbia, Pa. 
Saintonge John Telesphore, clerk 249 River, h r 203 Fairmount 

Ludger, clerk 134 Fairmount, bds r 203 do. 
Salmond David, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 61 North 
Sammet Anton, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 6 Frankfort 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 6 Frankfort 

SAMPLE, BROUSSEAU & CO., (Charles E. Sample, J. Hor- 
rnisdas Brousseau, Miss Katharine A. Fogarty) dry and 
fancy goods 127 Main and 47 Daniels [see page 459] 
Charles E., (Sample, Brousseau & Co.) 127 MaiD, rms 100 Day 
Sampson Arthur E., emp Singer Mfg. Co., h 77 Boutelle 
Levi, peddler, h 40 Cedar 
Nathan L., rem to Cape Cod 
Sanborn Adelaide E. Miss, indexer court house, bds 82 Pleasant 

Herbert C, gents' furnishings, news dealer, bicycles, etc. 373 

Main, bds 82 Pleasant 
James C, clerk 373 Main, h 82 Pleasant 
John C, emp Met. Life Ins. Co., h 13 Pleasant 
Sand Herman, emp P. M. Co., bds 10 Harwood pi 
Sandberger Albert J., emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 121 Green 
Joseph, emp Leominster, bds 121 Green 
Leah B., widow James, h 121 Green 
Sanders George A., motorman, h 9 Milk 

Lucy Mrs., bds 22 Summer 
Sanderson Arthur M., policeman, h 4 Orange 

SANDERSON FREDERICK M., real estate agent and com- 
mission broker (1) 140 Main, bds 90 Myrtle av [see p 448] 
Lorenzo E., janitor First Baptist church, bds 42 Mt. Globe 
Martin, janitor normal school, h 90 Myrtle av 
Reno, bds Pearl Hill rd 

Theodore L., engineer F. R. R. shop, h 137 Summer 
Turner J., farmer, h Pearl Hill rd 

William A., carpenter and builder 152 Myrtle av, h do. 
Sandholm Charles, rem to Finland 



260 FITCHBURG [S] DIRECTORY. 

Sands Annie M., widow David, bds 5 Cherry 

Charles L., supt. saw dept S. Mfg. Co., res Lunenburg 

George M., foreman S. Mfg. Co., h Osgood 

George T., euip S. Mfg. Co., h 135 Milk 
Sanford Carlton R., clerk F. R. R. freight office, bds 51 Milk 

David T., carpenter, h 51 Milk 
Santamenno Donato, emp city, h 104 Hey wood 
Santoorjian George, h 43 Allen 

Madiros, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rins 43 Allen 

Madiros, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), rms 43 Allen 
Sapel — see Saabell 
Sarau Alex, bds 152 Canton 

Fleming, widow Alexander, h 152 Canton 
Sarfarian — see Safarian and Sefarian 
Sargent Arthur H., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 15 Boutelle 

Charles, brakeman F. R. R., rms 9 Cherry 

Charles A., engineer F. Gas and Electric Light Co., h 65 Town- 
send 

Ella Mrs., emp ParkhiU Mfg. Co. (C), h 6 Bond 

Frank H., emp F. M. Works, h 12 1-2 Cherry 

James B., h 34 Cherry 

Jennie M. Miss, bookkeeper W. C. Johnson, rms 9 Longwood av 

M. A. Mrs., boarding house 34 Cherry, h do. 

Samuel J., carpenter, h 72 North 

Sarah, widow Benjamin, bds 12 1-2 Cherry 

Wesley W , supt F. & L. St. Ry., res North Leominster n 
Lunenburg line 

William A., clerk 247 Main, bds 121 Blossom 

William L., with F. M. Works, h 5 Mt. Vernon 
Sarkela John, emp M. J. Peranlt, h 179 Rollstone 
Sarkin Jake, junk dealer, h 199 Water 

Sarkis Bermen, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 2 Highland ct 
Saroyian Harry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 43 Allen 
Sarsfield Melvina A., widow Augustine, h 143 Blossom 

Myron W., rem to Winchendon 
Saunders Albert, rem to Calais, Me. 

Charles H., painter, h 72 Blossom 

Charles H., emp F. S. Lovell Machine Works, bds Pearl ext 

Davis W., carpenter and builder 51 Townsend, h do. 

Ernest T., emp H. A. Seidel, h 123 Milk 

Henry M., carpenter F. R. R., h 85 North 

James B., bookbinder emp 360 Main, h 46 Mt. Globe 
Sauvageau Charles, shoamaker 144 Fairmount, h 76 Plymouth 
Savage Etta M. Miss, bookkeeper 88 Green, bds 54 Oliver 
Savalier Moses, laborer, h 46 West 

Moses Jr., emp Orswell Mills, bds 46 West 
Savoli John, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 1062 River, W. F. 
Sawin Clara L. Miss, dressmaker, rms 53 Grove 



FITCHBURG [S] DIRECTORY. 261 

Sawin Flora L. Miss, dressmaker, rms 53 Grove 

Myron W., rem to Hyde Park 

Walter R., rem to Hyde Park 

Wilbur P., rem to Hyde Park 
Sawola Sammpa, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 85 Mechanic 
Sawtell John M., dining room passenger depot, h 22 Cottage sq 

Margaret C, widow Charles, h 38 Baker 
Sawtelle George M., bookbinder, rms 5 Cottage sq 
Sawyer Adelaide R. Miss, portrait and landscape artist 23 Summer, 
bds do. 

Albert, machinist, h 161 Myrtle av 

Annie McLane Mrs., hair store 199 Main and millinery, etc. 
165 do., h 68 Mt. Vernon 

Bertha P. Miss, dressmaker 22 Pleasant, bds do. 

Charles A., emp C. W. Wilder, r 126 Water, rms do. 

Charles B,, bds 41 Winter 

Charles K., assesssor, h 954 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Clara S., widow Leverett A., h 22 Pleasant 

SAWYER EDWARD A., druggist 365 Main, h 330 do. [see 
page 456] 
George A., teacher banjo and machinist P. M. Co., h 161 Main 
James R., farmer, h 931 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
John, teamster, h 76 Plymouth 

Magloire, carpenter, builder and grocer 32 Federal, h do. 
Mary A. Miss, h 23 Summer 
Mary A., widow Frederick M., bds 8 Beacon 
Mary F., widow Alfred A., h 59 North 
Napoleon, carpenter, bds 50 Allen 
Peter Mrs., h 170 Kimball 

Samuel W., life insurance agent 165 Main, h 68 Mt. Vernon 
Sophia M., widow Albert, h 47 Mt. Vernon 

SAWYER WALTER F., physician and surgeon 2 Crescent, 
h do. Office hours 9 to 10 a. m., 1.30 to 3.30 and 7 to 8 
p. m. 
Scales Ella Mrs , housekeeper 16 Elm 
Scammell Lewis A., clerk 378 Main, h 54 Fox 

O CANDIA CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY CO., Peter B.ekke 

O treas and manager, grocers 494 Main [see page 477] 

SCANLON BROS. & CO., (Lawrence J. Scanlon and Michael 
R. Scanlon) wholesale provisions and produce, 85 Water 
[see page 479] 

SCANLON J. H. & W. L. (John H. and William L. Scan- 
lon), meat and fish market 199 Water [see page 481] 
John H., (J. H. & W. L. Scanlon) 199 Water, bds 19 Nashua 
Lawrence J., (Scanlon Bros. & Co.) 85 Water, h 48 Walnut 
Mary, widow Thomas, h 226 South 
Mary E. Miss, cashier 85 Water, bds 226 South 
Michael R., (Scanlon Bros. & Co.) 85 Water, bds 226 South 



262 FITCHBURG [S] DIRECTORY. 

Scanlon Minnie Miss, clerk 199 Water, bds 48 Walnut 

Patrick F., clerk 85 Water, bds 261 South 

Thomas, clerk, bds 226 South 

William L., (J. H. & W. L. Scanlon) 199 Water, bds 226 
South 
Scarborough Joseph M., milk dealer, h Sheldon rd, W. F. 
Schadlich Julius, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co , h 88 Kimball 
Schaefer Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 17 Foster 

SCHENCK ELLEN EASTMAN, physician 465 Main. Office 
hours, 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. 

W. Hermann, asst bookkeeper S. Mfg. Co., h 465 Main 
Schiffmann Christiana, widow Gotthilf, h 94 Leighton 
Schiretta Francisco, laborer, bds 27 First 

Schlodt Christina, widow Heinrich, housekeeper 27 Sanborn, W. F. 
Schlott August, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 64 Beech 

Gustave, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 569 Main 

Henry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 64 Barton 

Louis, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 64 Kimball 

Richard, baker, rms 64 Kimball 
Schmalfuss Richard, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 10 Kimball 
Schobel Samuel, (Collman & Schobel) Jackson av n Jerry, bds 43 

Jerry 
Schoerner John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), and pres German Co- 
operative Grocery Co., h 5 Frankfort 
Schofield James, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 159 Fairmount 

John H., h 159 Fairmount 

William A., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 63 Columbus 
School Street School, School cor Main 
Schott Adam, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 120 Kimball 
Schrader Herman, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 56 Kimball 
Schragle Ernest F., letter carrier, h 56 Orange 
Schreckert Johanna Mrs., h 36 Rockland 

Margaret, widow Christian, bds 37 Beech 
Schricker Annie Mrs., emp 27 Holt, bds do. 
Schull John, emp ParkhiU Mfg. Co. (C), h 116 KimbaU 

Margaret, widow John, bds 13 Wall 

Thomas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 13 Wall 
Schultz Ida Miss, emp F. Shirt Co., bds 335 Water 

Louis, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 76 Kimball 
Schulze William, rem to Boston 
Schuster Carl F., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), h Marshall ext 

Frank, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., and sec German Co-operative 
Grocery Co., h 86 Leighton 

Gustav, emp 11 Blossom, h Mechanic n Whittemore 
Schwab Andrew, laborer, ods 94 Leighton 

Conrad, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 135 Leighton 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 94 Leighton 

S. Herman, pastor German Evangelical church, h 2 Kimball 



FITCHBURG [S] DIRECTORY. 263 

Scofield John, emp F. R. R. shop, h 32 Hancock 

Scolley Hannah Miss, rms 9 Vine 

Scott Andrew, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 232 Oak Hill rd 

Andrew Jr., emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 232 Oak Hill rd 

Brigham R., carpenter, h 324 Lunenburg 

Charles H., carpenter, h 324 Lunenburg 

Francis, hostler 100 Main, rms (3) 17 Blossom 

John H., harness mfr 201 Main, h 100 Day 

Mary J. Miss, nurse, rms 90 Blossom 

Otho, brakeman F. R. R., rms 44 Laurel 

Robert, mason, h 173 Lunenburg 

Walter, emp F. Paper Co., h 29 Farmer, W. F. 

William G., emp F. & L. St. Ry., h 570 Main 
Scoville Jennie Mrs., h 81 Myrtle av 
Scripture Abel W., emp city stables, bds Richardson rd 

Charles, farmer, bds Richardson rd 

Isaiah Elbridge, farmer, h Richardson rd 
Sculley Thomas H., brakeman F. R. R., rms (5) 17 Blossom 
Seaman James, emp G. E. Waite & Co., bds 81 Cascade, W. F. 
Seamans Julius J., foreman 527 Main, h 31 Goddard 
Searle Emma Miss, dressmaker 20 Summer, bds do. 

James H., emp P. M. Co., h 20 Summer 
Sears Sarah, widow Charles A., h 68 Blossom 

— see Seguin 
Seaver Charles H., jeweler, h 41 Lunenburg 

Edward E., clerk 38 Main, bds 65 Lawrence 

Lucy Miss, bds 200 Plymouth 
Seder David, clerk, bds 95 Pacific 
See C. Van Dyck, rem to New York city 

Margaret B., widow Rev. William G. E., h 51 Myrtle av 
Seeley James M., emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 11 Fourth 
Seferian Abraham, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 19 Federal 
Sefor Abraham B , emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 19 Federal 

Dada B., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 55 Allen 

Gava, shoemaker 280 River, rms 19 Federal 

Melchoir, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 19 Federal 
Segren Charles, emp F. S. Lovell Machine Co., bds 98 Highland av 
Seguin Isaac, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 58 Falulah 

Joseph, emp Falulah Paper Co., h off 107 Falulah 

SEIDEL HERMANN A., home-made bakery 9 Blossom and 
prop Blossom Street Restaurant 11 Blossom, h 135 do. 
[see page 471] 
Mary Miss, h 131 1-2 Blossom 
Richard, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 17 King street pi 
Seidler Christof, rem to Providence, R. I. 
Seig L. Belle Miss, nurse Burbank Hospital, bds do. 
Seigneur Louis, emp F. Paper Co., h 18 Canton 
Selb Emil, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 191 Beech 



264 FITCHBURG [S] DIRECTORY. 

Selb John, mason, h 17 Foster 

John Jr., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 35 Beech 
Selloy Alfred H., emp F. R. R. shop, bds 15 Lincoln 

Almira B. Mrs., h 15 Lincoln 

John B., bds 15 Lincoln » 

Samuel H., emp F. R. R. shop, h 11 Lincoln 
Senechal Francois, emp W. A. Garno, h 70 Clarendon 
Seney Joseph, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 68 Green 

Joseph L., bds 68 Green 
Senn Albert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h off 23 King 
Sennef elder Melchoir, h 156 Kimball 
Sennet Catherine, bds 150 Kimball 

Martin, rem to Lewiston, Me. 
Sentenne Joseph T., clerk 223 Main, h r 16 Washington 

SENTINEL PRINTING CO., (C. C. Stratton and J. E. Kel- 
logg) publishers Daily and Weekly Sentinel and book and 
job printers 389 Main [see imsert page] 
Seppana Sefanico, laborer, h 97 Mechanic 
Sergeson Thomas, emp Union Coal Co., h 26 Canton 
Setchell William F., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 38 Summer 
Setterlund Carl, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 56 Goddard 
Severance George A., bread peddler, h 14 Waverly 
Sevigney Amos, hostler emp C. F. Dewing, bds 28 Water street lane 

Mary Miss, emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 23 First 
Sewall Albert W., emp C. B. & Co., h 10 Farmer, W. F. 
Seward Edgar S., baker emp 36 Main, h 14 Myrtle av 

SEWARD I. G. & CO., bakers and confectionery 36 Main 
[see page 472] 

George E., asst bookkeeper Armour & Co., bds 14 Mt. Vernon 

Irving G., (I. G. Seward & Co. ) 36 Main, res Waltham 
Seymour Hannah Mrs., emp Bates Bros., h 208 Canton 

Nelson A., clerk freight house F. R. R., h 85 Myrtle av 
Shaddick William, emp C. B. & Co., bds 28 W^achusett, W. F. 
Shank — see Gingue 
Shanley John, laborer, h 36 Middle 
Shannahan Bridget Mrs., h 105 North 

Dennis, emp C. B. & Co., bds 95 Princeton rd, W. F. 

William, emp C. B. & Co., bds 572 Westminster, W. F. 

William E., emp E. F. Belding & Co., bds 105 North 

SHANNON JAMES B., ins. agent 104 Main, h 271 Water 
[see page 449] 
James F., clerk 104 Main, bds 271 Water 
John S., carpenter, h 58 Clinton 
Sharkey Edward A., emp M. J. Perault, h 12 Fourth 
Sharrock — see Shorrock 

Shattuck Abigail B., widow William T., h 163 Charles 
Benjamin, h 62 Mechanic 
Charles E., Mrs., h 11 Fourth 



FITCHBURG [S] DIRECTORY. 265 

Shattuck Charles W., machinist F. Water Works, h 40 North 

SHATTUCK FREDERICK D., meat market 22 Day, h 89 do. 
[see page 479] 

John B., stonecutter, h Charles street ext 

Marion E. Miss, clerk city clerk's office, bds 89 Day 

Samuel S., emp S. S. Lawrence, bds 8 East 

Warren W., farmer, h Shattuck n Rindge rd 

W. H. Harrison, police sergeant, h 40 North 
Shaw Arthur E., farmer, h Pearl Hill rd 

Edward N., emp F. R. R., h 32 Clinton 

Frank, emp F. R. R., bds 32 Clinton 

Frank W., emp F. R. R., rms 39 Blossom 

Harry, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 81 Green 

John W., emp 3 Main, bds Pearl Hill rd 

Lewis, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 21 Goddard 

William, market gardener, h Pearl Hill rd 
Shea Daniel, emp F. W. Co., bds 29 Canton 

Daniel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 51 Arlington 

Daniel D., emp C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h r 60 Albee 

Daniel E., (Hart & Shea) 353 Main, bds 8 Beech lane 

Daniel J., foreman blacksmith S. R.-M. Co., h 29 Third 

Daniel P., clerk, bds off 27 Hale 

Dennis J., emp F. R. R. yard, bds off 27 Hale 

Edward, plumber, bds 8 Beech lane 

Frank, emp U. M. Co., rms 75 Blossom 

Honora, widow Sylvester, h 530 Westminster, W. F. 

James, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 29 Third 

James A., stenographer F. S. B. Co., bds 50 Wachusett, W. F. 

James F., emp Nelson & Swanson, bds 66 Railroad 

James H., h 51 Arlington 

James H., emp F. R. R. shop, bds 104 Intervale 

James H., emp C. B. & Co., bds 530 Westminster, W. F. 

Jeremiah, emp R. Wallace, bds 3 Factory sq 

Jeremiah, h 578 Main 

Jeremiah J., laborer, h Wanoosnoc rd cor South 

Johanna, widow Martin, h 198 Water 

John, stonecutter, bds 10 Kimball 

John, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 30 Adams 

John, coachman D. M. Dillon, h 29 Canton 

John, tailor emp 205 Main, bds 31 Worcester 

John, barber, bds 4 Main 

John C, emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 50 Lunenburg 

John D., clerk 199 Water, bds off 27 Hale 

John F., fish and oyster market 5 Depot, W. F., h 35 West- 
minster do. 

John H., plumber, bds 301 Water 

John H., emp C. H. Brown & Co., h 169 Water 

John J., (Shea & Boudette) 169 Main, bds 8 Beech lane 



266 FITCHBURG [S] 



DIRECTORY. 



Shea John J., rem to Ashburnham 

John R., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 29 Third 

Kate, widow James, h 8 Beech lane 

Margaret A., dressmaker 35 Westminster, W. F., bds do. 

Mary Miss, emp Palace Steam Laundry, bds 64 Albee 

Mary, widow John, h 85 Beech 

Mary, widow John, h 50 Middle street lane 

Mary, widow John D., h off 27 Hale 

Mary, widow Patrick, h 50 Wachusett, W. F. 

Maurice, city laborer, h 62 Middle 

Michael, clerk Atlantic Tea Co., bds off 27 Hale 

Michael, city laborer, h 1 Hale 

Michael A., emp C. B. & Co., h 8 Cascade, W. F. 

Michael E., laborer, bds 102 Beech 

Michael J., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 14 Fourth 

Michael J., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds off 36 Bemis 

Michael O., laborer P. M. Co., h 66 Railroad 

Nellie E. Miss, bookkeeper 37 River, bds do. 

Patrick, emp F. Water Works, h 11 Belmont 

Patrick, emp G. W. W. P. Co., h 55 Albee 

Patrick, shoemaker basement 157 Westminster, W. F., h 102 

Beech 
Patrick, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 40 Kimball 
Patrick, rem to Connecticut 

Patrick, emp F. Water Works, bds 352 Princeton rd, W. F. 
Patrick F., bds 198 Water 
Patrick L., bds 50 Wachusett, W. F. 
Thomas, emp C. B. & Co., h 4 Cascade, W. F. 
Thomas, bds 578 Main 
Thomas 2d, emp city, h 263 Water 

Thomas H., real estate agent (21) 145 Main, h 60 Congress 
Thomas J., emp F. Paper Co., bds 50 Wachusett, W. F. 
Timothy R., student, bds 578 Main 
& Boudette, (John J. Shea and Reuben T. Boudette) boot and 

shoe dealers 169 Main 
— see O'Shea 
Sheard Frank A., rem to Athol 

SHEDD GEORGE F., (Cummings & Shedd) 350 Main, h 3 
Wood pi 

Sarah F. Mrs., nurse, rms 100 Day 
Sheddon Elijah P., (Greene & Sneddon) 64 Circle, h 80 Mechanic 
Sheehan Daniel, emp F. W. Co., bds 1 Canton 

Daniel, emp Union Coal Co., h 1 Hale 

Delia, widow John, h 39 Cane 

James, bds 175 Summer 

James, emp F. W. Co., bds 1 Canton 

James H., emp F. R. R., h 22 Fulton 

Jeremiah, emp F. W. Co., bds 22 Hale 



FITCHBURG [ S ] DIRECTORY. 2 67 

Sheehan John, laborer, h 1 Canton 

John 3d, laborer, h 175 Summer 

John J., deputy sheriff, office 234 Main, h 238 Water 

Mary, widow John, h 12 Granite 

Patrick, laborer F. W. Works, h 202 Water 

Thomas, emp F. R. R., bds 1 Canton 

Timothv, foreman Fitchburg Water Works, h 81 Beech 

Timothy F., h 52 Highland av 
Sheldon Frank E., bookkeeper F. Duck Mills, bds 130 Academy 

Harriet A., widow Henry L., h 62 Central 

Hartshorn, farmer, h Pearl Hill rd cor Fisher rd 

John J., brakeman F. R. R., h 52 Prichard 

SHELDON JOHN P., carriage and wagon mfr 13 Brook, h 130 
Academy [see page 495] 
Martha S., widow Francis, h 8 School 
Samuel D., millwright, h 117 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Thomas, farmer, h Sheldon rd, W. F. 

SHELDON THOMAS C, agent Fitchburg Duck Mills, h 8 
School [see page 431] 
Shepard Charles N., foreman C. H. Brown & Co., res Leominster 

James, emp Beoli Co., h 74 Phillips, W. F. 

James Jr., emp Beoli Co., bds 74 Phillips, W. F. 

John, emp Beoli Co., h 106 Phillips, W. F. 

R. Simeon, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 14 Norwood, W. F. 

William H., emp Beoli Co., h 1005 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Shepardson Lydia M., widow Hart, h 52 Grove 

Shepherd William, emp Star Worsted Co., h Fairview n Westmin- 
ster Hill rd, W. F. 

— see Shepard 
Sheridan Barney, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 53 Falulah 

Catherine Mrs., h 71 Cleghorn 

Charles H., emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 53 Falulah 

Frank B., emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 53 Falulah 

John F., emp Leominster, bds 280 Water 

Michael F., emp J. Hancock Life Ins. Co., h 258 Water 

Michael J., h 280 Water 
Sherman Andrew B., h 114 Summer 

Fred, brakeman F. R. R., bds 9 Snow 

John D., emp Falulah Paper Co., h 36 Fulton 

Richard M., rem to Boston 
Shernavitz Simon, h 96 Charles 
Sherwin Charles A., machinist, h 65 South 

Frederick H., clerk 138 Main, h 65 Cedar 
Shields Andrew, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 64 Bemis 

Hugh J., brakeman F. R. R., rms 43 Blossom 

SHIRREFFS JOHN, agent F. Worsted Co., h 24 Mt. Vernon 
[see page 432] 
Shorey Charles, engineer F. R. R., h 19 North 



268 FITCHBTJKG [S] DIRECTORY. 

Shumway Elbert A., emp E. N. Farwell, h 24 Morris 
Elmer L., emp R. K. Proctor, h 86 Intervale 

Siart Joseph, farmer, h Rollstone rd beyond Franklin rd 
Robert, emp ParkhiU Mfg. Co. (C), h off King 

Sibley Frank H, clerk I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 41 Walton 

Harrington (Heywood, Wilson & Co.), 27 Main, h 85 Blossom 

Mary Miss, emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 168 Madison 

Sidney, advertising manager Fitchburg Sentinel, h 24 Mt. Globe 

Sicard Godfroi, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 150 Fairmount 
Peter D., barber emp 188 Water, h 289 do. 

Sider David, emp Modern Merchandise Clothing Co., rms 95 Pacific 

Sidney Austin W\, physician 24 Holt, h do. 

Sillanpaa Eriki, emp M. J. Perault, h 97 Mechanic 

Silsby David B., commercial traveler, h 9 Mt. Yernon 
Nellie M. Miss, bds 85 Blossom 

Silver Mats, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 634 Water 

Silverberg Claus, laborer, bds 37 West 

Simmonds Delia Miss, emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 63 Snow 

Simms William A., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 23 Cascade, W. F. 

Simon Adam, emp F. Worsted Co., h 225 Canton 
Daniel, emp F. Worsted Co., h 9 Smith 
Peter, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 13 Beech lane 
Richard A., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 90 Kimball 

Simonds Aurelia A., widow Joseph F., h 90 Highland av 

Bros. (George B. and Frank M. Simonds), jobbers and team- 
sters 11 Cottage sq, stable rear 65 Grove 
Daniel, pres S. Mfg. Co., h 132 Pleasant 
Frank M., (Simonds Bros.) r 65 Grove, bds 11 Cottage sq 
George B., (Simonds Bros.) r 65 Grove, rms 11 Cottage sq 
Jerry, emp Dr. C. A. Keene, rms rear 257 Main 

SIMONDS MANUFACTURING CO., mfrs. saws and machine 
knives 28 to 58 Main, cor North and Willow, Daniel Si- 
monds pres, H. B. Eaton sec [see front colored page HI] 
Martha M., widow Clark S, h 85 Blossom 
Octavus W., emp L. H. Goodnow Foundry Co., h 82 North 

SIMONDS ROLLING-MACHINE CO., mfrs. steel balls and 
rolled forgings, 24 Willow cor Main [see page 440] 

Thomas T., h 9 Spring 

— see Symondsand Simon 
Sing Charlie, laundry 165 Fairmount, h do. 

Singewald Gustave Mrs., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 76 Marshall 
Singer Mfg. Co., W. C. Baker agent, 74 Main 
Singleton Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 40 Chester 
Sennott Lizzie Miss, housekeeper 28 Blossom 
Siren John, rem to Bristol, Tenn. 
Sirois Philomene, widow Alexander, h 226 Canton 
Sizer Ellen Miss, h 27 Bond 
Sjogren Carl J., rem to Sweden 



FITCHBURG [S] DIRECTORY. 269 

Sjostrom W. J., rem to Lawrence 
Skehan Bridget, widow John, h 23 Fulton 

James, stone layer, h off Boylston n school house 

John, plumber, bds off Boylston n school house 
Skelton Warren A., bds 143 North 

William W., emp F. R. R. shop, h 143 North 
Skillings Edwin M., clerk 147 Main, bds 5 Prospect 
Skinner Ernest W., clerk 1 Main, h 55 Myrtle av 
Skoglund Joel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 51 West 
Skogstrom Emil G., einp I. J. A. & C. Works, and musician, h 102 

Leighton 
Slack Henry, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 46 Milk 
Slade Ellen M. Mrs., boarding house 92 Prichard 

Fred W. C, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., bds 92 Prichard 

Norman A., janitor central fire station, h 45 Oliver 

Stephen, carpenter, h 92 Prichard 
Slater Samuel F., mechanic, h 136 Laurel 
Slattery Ernest A., emp P. M. Co., bds 99 High 

James, emp F. Gas and Electric Light Co., bds 23 Second 

James W., foreman brass foundry F. R. R. shop, bds 154 Inter- 
vale 

Margaret M. Miss^ rem to Lowell 

Michael J., emp F. R. R., bds 25 Pine 

Patrick, emp P. M. Co., bds 51 Granite 

Philip J., emp A. R. Ordway, h 99 High 
Sleeper Althea V. Miss, teacher, bds 93 Highland av 

David C, cabinet maker F. R. R., h 93 Highland av 

Elizabeth A. H. Miss, teacher, bds 15 Oliver 

Flora E. Miss, kindergarten school 93 Highland av, bds do. 

Fred E., emp C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 27 Taft 

Mary E., widow Brainard, h 15 Oliver 

Nathaniel B., coal dealer Back Bay off Putnam, h 14 Charles 

Wilbur F., timekeeper F. R. R. shop, rms 58 Green 
Sloan George P., emp 23 Snow, rms Bay State House 
Sloane Horace L, emp E. M. D. & Co./h 91 Main 
Sluman Henry, emp F. Paper Co., rms 185 Westminster, W. F. 
Small James F., watchman Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 113 Leighton 

Wallace, machinist, rms 44 Day 
Smallwood William A., emp F. R. R., bds 29 North 
Smiley Burton E.. rem to Rochester, N. Y. 

SMILEY GEORGE L., prop F. Mattress Mfg. Co. 60 Intervale, 
h 65 Mack [see page 463] 
Smith Ardelia C, widow Artemas R., h 48 Hartwell 
Agnes E. Miss, teacher, bds 69 Arlington 
Albert P., emp Boston Screw Co., rms 473 Main 
Alexander, h 66 Jerry 
Alexander E., emp E. F. B. & Co., bds 7 Depot, W. F. 



270 FITCHBURG [S] DIRECTORY. 

Smith Alexander N., supt of agencies I. J. A. & C. Works, h 82 
Mechanic 
Allen F., emp Damon & Gould Co., bds 37 Highland av 
Benjamin P., emp E. M. D. & Co., h 87 Pacific 
Chandler Eugene, emp E. F. Belding & Co., h 44 Boutelle 
Charles, brakeman F. R. R., bds 9 Snow 
Charles, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., h 41 Smith 
Charles B.,treas Star Worsted Co., and (American Compellator 

Co.), 42 West, h 31 Atlantic av 
Charles E., rem to Gardner 
Charles F., traveling salesman, bds 19 High 
Charles H., h 16 Simonds 

Charles L., machinist F. M. Works, h 26 Winter 
Charles M., watchmaker 104 Main, bds 70 Kimball 
Charles P., emp F. M. Works, bds 13 Boutelle 
Charles S., rem to Lawrence 

Charles W., coachman Mrs. Crocker, h 1 Wood pi 
Charlotte A., widow Reuben, h 4 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Clarence A., fireman F. R. R., bds 40 Myrtle av 
Clifford A., rem to Worcester 
David, emp P. M. Co., h 69 Arlington 
Dora A. Miss, h 37 Hartwell 
Duncan, bds 60 Plymouth 
Edward S., emp W. A. Garno, h 68 North 
Erne Miss, bds 52 Laurel 
Elbridge, jobber, h 205 Summer 
Eldridge C, emp 157 Main, h 110 Green 
Ellen J., widow Warren E., h 110 North 
Emily M. Miss, teacher Normal school, bds 17 Longwood av 
Ernest M., emp F. R. R., h 48 Lincoln 
Estill L., fireman F. R. R., h 30 Highland av 
Eveline B., widow Edwin H., h Franklin rd n Depot, W. F. 
Ezra E., bds 111 Snow 
Florence Miss, bds 37 Lunenburg 
Florence M. Miss, music teacher, bds 42 Chestnut 
Francis A., car inspector F. R. R., h 42 Chestnut 
Francis A. 2d, machinist F. Steel Ball Co., h 114 Highland av 
Francis S., grocer 37 Forest, h 96 Charles 
Frank E., motorman, bds 7 Depot, W. F. 
Frank E., machinist, bds 29 Pine 
Frank E., bds 13 Boutelle 

Frank W., emp G. E. Waite & Co., h 165 Sanborn, W. F. 
Fred W., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 160 Pleasant 
George, rem to Providence, R. I. 

George E., millwright G. E. Waite & Co., h 1055 River, W. F. 
George E., machinist C. H. Brown & Co., h 76 Mt. Vernon 
George F., bds 42 Chestnut 
George F., janitor high school, h 160 Pleasant 



FITOHBUEG [SJ DIRECTORY. 271 

Smith George H., conductor F. & L. St. Ry. and confectionery and 
lunch room 727 Water, h do. 
George W., emp Leominster, bds r 41 Smith 
Grace E. Miss, emp F. Shirt Co., bds 21 Harrison av 
Granville H., teamster, h 94 Green 
H. F. Mrs., clairvoyant physician 71 Central, h do. 
Harrison, h 20 Oliver 

Harry H., emp freight depot F. R. R., h 10 Cherry 
Hattie A. Miss, teacher, bds 6 Milk 
Henry. (American Compellator Co.) 42 West and supt Henry 

& Co., h 251 Fairmount 
Henry F., bread peddler, h 71 Central 

Herbert H., fireman N.Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 65 Mt. Vernon 
Horatio G., emp P. M. Co., h 9 Linden 
James A., conductor F. & L. St. Ry., h r 41 Smith 
James P., emp F. W. Co., rms off 283 Water 
James T., emp F. M. Works, bds 70 Kimball 
Janette, widow William A., h Townsend rd 
John, farmer, h Ashburnham Hill rd 
John 2d, emp F. R. R. shop, h 111 Snow 
John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 70 Kimball 
John C, plumber, bds r 41 Smith 
John D., emp F. R. R., bds 19 North 
John D., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 228 Oak Hill rd 
John R., undertaker, pictures and frames 181 Water, h 179 do. 

SMITH JOHN T„ hat and towel rack, clothes dryer, camp stool 
and glove stretcher mfr, and band sawing r 126 Water, h 

29 Pine [see page 443] 
John U., groceries, fish and meat market 171 Fairmount, h 292 

Oak Hill rd 
Julia A. Miss, dressmaker, bds 37 Hartwell 
Julia C, widow John C, h r 41 Smith 
Lewis, foreman H. W. & Co., h 1 Cedar 
Lizzie E. Miss, medium, h 58 Green 
Lorin L., teamster W. C. Johnson, h 10 Oakland 
Lucretia, widow Willard, h 6 Milk 
Lucretia H., widow Charles B., h 26 Winter 
Mary, widow Richard, h 11 Railroad 
Mary C. Miss, teacher High school, bds 450 Main 
Melvin B., coachman 311 Main, h 2 Wood pi 
Merritt H., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 26 Boylston 
Michael G., emp P. M. Co., h 32 Second 
Nettie B. Miss, dressmaker, bds 41 Clinton 
Nicholas, rem to Gardner 

Oran E., emp F. S. Lovell Machine Works, h 13 Boutelle 
Phebe B. Miss, emp F. Shirt Co , bds 21 Harrison av 
Preston, teacher Normal school, rms 39 Mt. Vernon 
Ralph G., grocer 44 Boutelle, bds do. 



272 FITCHBUEG [S] DIRECTORY. 

Smith Rebecca Mrs., housekeeper 113 Charles 

Reuben T., carpenter N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 30 Payson 

Roderick, rem to Leominster 

Rose, widow George, h 35 Second 

Rose, widow George, h 266 Water 

Sally, widow Rufus P., bds 30 Milk 

Sarah, widow Alexander, h 7 Depot, W. F. 

Sarah, widow John, bds 64 Prichard 

Simon Sidney, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 292 Oak Hill rd 

Stephen E., emp F. R. R., bds 54 Laurel 

Thomas, emp Beoli Co., h 90 Sanborn, W. F. 

Walter W., gun and locksmith 351 Main, h 63 Mechanic 

Willard E., emp F. R. R., bds Bay State House 

William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), and boarding house 17 
Grove 

William, plumber emp 4 Granite, h 40 Smith 

William H., erecting engineer, h 32 Pearl 

William J., emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 96 Snow 

William K., steam fitter emp 453 Main, h 209 Mechanic 

William M., engineer M. J. Perault, h 192 Summer 

William M. Jr., rem to Marlboro 

William P., baker, h 565 Main 

& Co.'s Express, Fitchburg to Boston, freight office N. Y., N. H. 
& H. R. R. freight depot and 364 Main 
Snell Henry B., rem to Brockton 

Thomas, emp C. B. & Co., h 773 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Snow Adeline W., widow William, bds 138 Prichard 

David A., fireman F. R. R., rms 43 Blossom 

Elbridge G., machinist F. M. Works, h 29 Blossom 

George W., rem to Waltham 

Herbert L., (Snow & McDermott) 197 1-2 Main, res North 
Cambridge 

Margaret P., widow Benjamin, h 95 Snow 

Mary E. Miss, bds 450 Main 

S. C. Mrs., clairvoyant 239 1-2 Main, res Sterling 

William, emp F. R. R., rms 14 North 

SNOW & McDERMOTT, (H. L. Snow and J. F. McDermott) 
photographers 197 1-2 Main [see page 454] 
Snyder Harriet M. Miss, h 31 Mechanic 

Soderberg Chailes Emil, foreman Iver Johnson's Arms and Cycle 
Works, h 18 Nutting 
Gunnar, (G. Soderberg & Co.) 6 Beech, h 15 do. 
G. & Co., grocery and meat market 6 Beech 
Soderquist Gustaf, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 62 Goddard 

SOLE LEATHER TIP CO., (E. M. Dickinson and C. P. 
Dickinson) 64 Main cor North, Boston office 83 Bedford 
[see page 441] 
Sontag John, rem to Clinton 



FITCHBURG [S] DIRECTORY. 273 

Sorvisto Otto, laborer, h 177 Rollstone 

Sotow Samuel, emp Beoli Co., bds 752 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Soule Mary V., widow Frank H., h 4 Congress pi 

South Street School, South cor Nashua 

Southwick Annie L. Miss, clerk 187 Main, bds 20 Wood 

Charles F., machinist C. H. Brown & Co., h 20 Wood 

Emma F. Miss, clerk 104 Main, bds 20 Wood 

Hattie M. widow Chester, bds 29 Goddard 
South worth William, rem to Rhode Island 
Spain Susan, widow Michael, rem to Maynard 
Spalti Rosina, widow Kasper, h 20 Blais ct 

Kasper Jr., emp E. A. Mclntire, bds Stickney rd, W. F. 
Spaulding Charles, rem to Boston 

Charles L., emp engineer's office F. R. R., bds 51 High 

Esmah E. Miss, forewoman E. F. B. & Co., bds 7 Brigham park 

Esther M. Miss, clerk register of deeds office, bds 51 High 

George W.. teamster Damon & Gould Co., h 16 Lawrence 

J. Calvin, chief clerk engineer's dept F. R. R. office, h 51 High 

Lewis E., rem to Leominster 

M. Dean, rem to Boston 

Milan D., carpenter, h 6 Winthrop 

Nancy J., widow Josiah, h 12 Grove 

Osmon L., cooper and wood worker r 7 Pacific, h 7 Brigham 
park 

William, emp F. R. R., rms 38 Day 

William H., Jr., clerk 166 Main, bds 233 1-2 do. 
Spear Harry A., brakeman F. R. R., rms 102 Snow 
Spears Joseph E., teamster, bds Blossom n Mechanic 
Spencer Arlan M., drug clerk 401 Main, rms 53 Fox 

Burton A., rem to New Hampshire 

Edward H., traveling salesman, rms 55 Oliver 

George, emp C. H. Cowdrey Machine Works, h 32 Pacific 

George, h Abbott av 

Wilbur A., emp Leominster, h 36 Goodwin 

William E., foreman stock dept E. M. D. & Co., h 141 Blossom 
Sperry Norman L., emp Seth Twichell, h 10 Clinton 
Spillane Daniel, laborer T. A. Monahan, h South County rd, W. F. 

Daniel Jr., teamster T. A. Monahan, bds South County rd, W. F. 

John J., clerk 152 Main, bds 13 Hale 

Patrick, emp P. M. Co., h 13 Hale 
Spinney Annie G., stenographer emp (16) 229 Main, bds 21 Allston pi 

Charles W r ., fish market, etc. 242 Main, h 9 Mt. Vernon 

Charles W. Jr.. clerk Rollstone Nat. Bank, bds 9 Mt. Vernon 

Joseph W., emp G. E. Waite & Co., h 698 Westminster Hill 
rd, W. F. 

William, coachman 116 Prichard, bds do. 
Spitzer Joseph, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 199 Beech 
Splain — see Spillane 



274 FITCHBURG [SJ DIRECTORY. 

Spooner Frank E., foreman round house N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 
74 Milk 

Fred M., master mechanic Grant Yarn Co., h 413 Main 

Hannah S., widow Solon W., bds 105 Boutelle 

Jane H., widow Henry, h 195 Mechanic 

Samuel F., steam fitter emp 453 Main, h 60 Walton 
Sprague George H., brass finisher F. S. E. Co., h 11 South 

Leander, office 382 Main, h (16) 372 do. 

Susie F. Miss, compositor Blanchard & Brown, bds 11 South 
Spring Arthur, laborer, h 116 Highland av 

Clarence W., physician, inquire 2 Crescent 

Edna A. Miss, teacher, bds 25 Mt. Vernon 

Frank, bds 60 Heywood 

Frank J., rem to Connecticut 

Herbert E., emp U. M. Co., h 107 Day 

James, emp F. W. Co., h 60 Heywood 

John G., conductor N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 25 Mt. Vernon 

Tracy, emp Beoli Co., bds 143 Westminster, W. F. 

Walter, emp Beoli Co., h 143 Westminster, W. F. 
Springer William B., stonecutter, h 75 Snow 
Sreenan John, mason, h 42 Cedar 

Srimsesan Andrew, tailor emp 205 Main, h 143 South 
Stacy Charles A., clerk Lowe Bros. & Co., rms 16 South 
Stanbridge Henry, laborer, h r 77 Cleghorn 

Moses, laborer, h 14 Far well pi 

Moses Jr., laborer, bds 14 Farwell pi 
Stanley Elbridge G., foreman pattern maker P. M. Co., h 87 Nashua 

S. C. Mrs., milliner 192 Main, rms 84 Snow 
Stannard Clarence W., wood turner emp J. Brown, h r 38 East 
Stanton Edward, fireman F. Paper Co., h 107 Depot, W. F. 

Edward, emp Grant Yarn Co., h 208 Plymouth 

George, emp M. J. Perault, bds 29 North 

Mary J., widow Christopher, h 40 Crescent 

Thomas G., machinist C. H. Cowdrey M. Co., bds 91 Walnut 

Thomas G. Mrs., h 17 Morris 
Staples Calvin E., emp F. R. R., h 84 North 

Mattie E. Mrs., h 171 Myrtle av 

Robert F., fireman N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 39 Maple 
Stapleton Carrie, widow Edward, bds 9 Mt. Vernon 
Star Worsted Co., Charles B. Smith treas, mfrs worsted yarns 42 

West cor Sheldon 
Starkey Archie L., clerk, bds 17 Forest 

Charles W., sec Chamberlain, Huntress Co. 147 Main, h 109 
Snow 

Edson O., emp Leominster, h 61 Clinton 

Ella R. Miss, bds 109 Snow 

Ernest L., bookkeeper G. W. W. Paper Co., h 70 Laurel 

Harry E., clerk 32 River, h 24 do. 



FITCHBURG [S] DIRECTORY. 275 

Starkey Lyman R., millwright G. W. W. Paper Co., h 17 Forest 
Starr Elizabeth R., widow Francis H., nurse, h 99 Cedar 

STARR F. ALBERT, carpenter and builder 16 Cross, h do. 
[see page 488] 
STARR JOHN S., carpenter and builder 97 Cedar, h do. [see 
page 489] 
Staveacre Joseph, emp H. T. Page, h 15 Harvard 
St. Bernard's Cemetery, St. Bernard off Summer 

Parish School, First cor Middle 
St. Cyr Frank, laborer, bds 161 Fairmount 

Mary Miss, emp Orswell Mills, bds 52 River 
Pierre, laborer, h 204 Beech 

Ramoul, emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 161 Fairmount 
St. Denis Philias, emp F. W. Co., h 56 Sheridan 

Telesphore, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 3 Newport 
Steamer Rollstone No. 2, Central station, 28-36 Oliver 

Wanoosnoc No. 3, 185 Westminster, W. F. 
Stearns Alden R., machinist, bds 222 Rollstone 

Albert P., foreman F. R. R. freight house, rms Central fire sta- 
tion, 28 Oliver 
John S., h 222 Rollstone 
Walter D., clerk 138 Main, h 65 Lawrence 
Willard, bds 81 Grove 

William, emp C. B. & Co., h Princeton rd n Wachusett depot, 
W. F. 
Stebbins Albyn A., rem to Providence, R. 1. 
Alice G. Miss, bds 31 Highland av 
Alma F. Miss, bds 33 Highland av 
Elijah Jr. (Litchfield & Stebbins), h 39 Mt. Vernon 

STEEL HORSE COLLAR CO., 20 Rollstone, office (6) 411 
Main [see page 435] 
Steele James E., clerk 138 Main, h 11 William 
Stediford Samuel, emp city, h 712 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

William, emp C. B. & Co , h 62 Cascade, W. F. 
Stemler Edward, farmer, h Scott rd n Rindge rd 

John, laborer, h 43 Marshall 
Stempel Otto, rem to Ashby 
Stevens Albert, fish and oysters 11 Central, h 62 Fox . 

Anna J. Miss, bds 50 Blossom 

Arthur, watch repairer and optician (1) 234 Main, h 26 South 

Charles F., foreman Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works, h 52 
A rlington 

Edward G., clerk 378 Main, h 29 Spring 

Edward H., despatcher F. R. R., bds 98 Blossom 

Edwin C, clerk 151 Main, rms 110 Blossom 

Emily Miss, bds 65 High 

George A., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 52 Arlington 

Hattie E. Miss, tel operator 162 Main, bds 34 Highland av 



276 FITCHBURG [SJ DIRECTORY. 

Stevens Juliette O., widow Joshua D., h 34 Highland av 

Oscar E., accountant Allison & Sweet, bds 183 Prichard 

Sarah, widow Samuel, h 7 Warren 

Sarah A., widow George C, matron Old Ladies' Home, 8 Beacon 
Stevenson Charles, emp F. R. R., rms 92 Day 

F. A., emp F. R. R., rms (5) 17 Blossom 

Fred, fireman F. R. R., bds 56 Day 
Stewart Fred L., rem to Vermont 

Harrv H., engineer P. M. Co., rms 41 Blossom 

STEWART JOHN K, prop Banner Steam Laundry rear 109 
Myi tie av, h 109 1-2 do. [see page 462] 
Laura P. Mrs., bds 67 Walnut 
Louisa B., widow Jeremiah, h 271 Blossom 
Mabel R. Miss, stenographer C. B. & Co., bds 9 Spring 
Mary L., widow Burton A., housekeeper 9 S.pring 
Susie E. Miss, mental physician 191 Main, bds 271 Blossom 
— see Stuart 

St. Germain Albert, h 23 Wall 

Celina Miss, boarding house 515 Main 
Sabin Mrs., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 16 Baker 
William, livery stable 47 Academy, h Prentiss alley 
Willie, hostler 47 Academy, bds Prentiss alley 

Stickney Alvin O., foreman 31 North, h 101 Green 
Arthur W., carpenter, h 3 Chestnut 

Ellen J. Mis., compositor Sentinel office, bds Cherry street pi 
Fred H., photographer 132 Water, res Leominster 
George L., piano case maker, h Cherry street pi 
George O., farmer, h Stickney rd, W. F. 

Stiles Herbert, emp F. R. R., rms 39 Blossom 

James A., (Pierce & Stiles) 355 1-2 Main, res Gardner 
James F., fancy goods and millinery 355 Main, h 150 Pleasant 
Rachael A., widow Henry, bds 123 Charles 
Sarah E. Miss, milliner emp 355 Main, bds 150 Pleasant 
Walter F., treas Orswell Mills, h 44 Prospect 

Still Lei and, fireman F. R. R., rms 52 Day 

Melvin E., fireman F. Gas and El. Light Co., h 130 Myrtle av 

Stimson Charlotte E. D., widow Myrick, bds 125 Snow 

STIMSON JOHN W., physician and surgeon 101 Prichard, h 
do. Office hours, 1 to 3 and 6 to 7.30 p. m. except Tues- 
days and Sundays 
Stines Daniel B., fireman F. R. R., h 7 Concord 
Stirling Andrew, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 22 Leigh ton 
Andrew Jr., laborer, bds 22 Leighton 
John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 22 Leighton 
Stitt William J., jobber, bds 51 Central 
St. John Alfred, grocer, 17 Pratt, h do. 
St. John's Parochial School, Institute cor Cottage, W. F. 
St. Joseph's Church, Plymouth n Woodland 






FITOHBURG [SJ DIRECTORY. 277 

St. Joseph's Parochial School, 35 Columbus cor Woodland 
St. Marie Alphonsioe Mrs., dressmaker 186 Water, h do. 

Israel, shoemaker 11 Central, h 186 Water 

Nazaire, bds 186 Water 
Stocker George R, clerk W. C. Johnson, bds 9 Highland av 

George M., traveling salesman, h 9 Highland av 

Lillian M. Miss, teacher high school, bds 9 Highland av 
Stockwell George E., foreman F. Shoe Tip Co., res Lunenburg 

James F., carpenter, h 287 Blossom 

Oziel, farmer and carpenter, h Marshall rd 
Stoddard Albert E., chopper, bds 13 Portland 

Annie M. Miss, clerk 7 Circle, bds 105 Pearl 

Charles A., salesman Scanlon Bros. & Co., h 70 Laurel 

J. Henrea, wood turner, h 105 Pearl 

Leslie W., with M. J. Kittredge, h 103 Nashua 

M. B. Miss, stenographer I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 23 Summer 

Solomon H., bds 103 Nashua 
Stoebel Frank, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 37 Wall 
Stone Arthur L., rem to Westminster 

Charles L., clerk 138 Main, h 15 Highland av 

Charles P., erecting engineer C. H. Brown & Co., h 45 Walton 

Clifton L., emp F. K. R., h 72 North 

STONE EDWARD A., ice dealer and heavy trucking, office 13 
Day, h 468 North [see page 496] 

Effie A. Miss, rem to Winchendon 

Eugene F., carriage and sign painter 13 Brook, h 69 Central 

F. R. Mrs., bds 9 Franklin 

Fordyce R., h 6 Cottage sq 

Frank A., rem to Cambridge 

Frank S., druggist 166 Main, h 62 Mt. Vernon 

Hosea, emp J. H. Mack, rms 58 Arlington 

John, emp P. M. Co., h 13 Grove 

Norman B., rem to Franklin 

Paul, mason, h 289 Rollstone 

Robert, emp F. R. R. shop, h 58 Clinton 

William D., fireman F. R. R., h 68 Green 
St. Onge — see Saintonge 
Storer John E., rem to Leominster 
Stowe Aaron W., shoemaker 131 Lunenburg, h 46 Clinton 

Everett C, painter 22 Elm, h 99 Snow 

George D., h 47 School 

Harry W., emp P. M. Co., h 46 Clinton 

STOWE STEPHEN A., house painter Back Bay off Putnam, 
h 70 Snow [see page 494] 
Stowell Willard, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 31 Bemis 
St. Peter Alfred, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 8 Nashua 
Antoine, blacksmith emp A. A. Holt, h 8 Nashua 
Homer, laborer, h 6 Walnut 



278 FITCHBUEG [S] 



DIRECTORY. 



St. Pierre Auguste, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 24 Daniels 

Joseph, laborer, h 8 Nashua 
Straffin Lucy, Mrs., rem to Ayer 
Strang Kate Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 46 West 

Thomas, engineer, h 46 West 
Stratton Albert L., clerk 233 Main, bds 84 Mt. Vernon 

Albert O., mgr 233 Main, h 84 Mt. Vernon 

Asa E., trav salesman C. A. Cross & Co., h 46 Highland av 

STRATTON CHARLES C, (Sentinel Printing Co.) 389 Main, 
h 16 Cherry 
E. E., meat market 233 Main, h 84 Mt. Vernon 
Frank A., rem to North Adams 

STRATTON FRANK R., grocer 38 Main, rms 21 Atlantic av 
[see front cover] 

Harriet L., widow P. Wilder, bds 84 Mt. Vernon 

Joseph L., machinist r 5 Main, rms 91 Snow 
Straub Charles, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 217 West 
Streeter Daniel R., h 489 Main 

Dora G. Miss, clerk register of deeds office, bds 76 Laurel 
Strickland Charles B., rem to Vermont 
Strobel John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), h 33 Wall 

Nicholas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), bds 33 Wall 
Strong Frank, steam fitter emp F. R. R. shop, h 24 Mack 

Grace I. Miss, bds 59 Myrtle av 

Hattie A. Miss, housekeeper 20 Payson 

James M., rem to Vermont 
Struthers E. A. Miss, h 117 Pearl 
Stuart K. B. A. Mrs., h 315 Blossom 

Stufstrud Knute, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 239 1-2 Main 
Sturgeon Frank, rem West 

Sturtevant Harry A., clerk American House, h 38 Highland av 
Sudek William, rem to Baltimore, Md. 
Sugrue Dennis, emp D. M. Dillon, bds 16 Nashua 
Sukkola Mary Mrs., h 12 Harwood pi 
Sullivan Charles L., weaver, bds 85 Sanborn, W. F. 

Cornelius, rem to Newport, R. I. 

Daniel, gate tender F. R. R., h 210 Water 

Daniel, laborer, h 52 Exeter 

Daniel E., tinsmith emp 159 Main, h 9 Doane 

Daniel F., clerk freight office F. R. R., h 212 Water 

Daniel P., clerk, h 54 Granite 

David A., weaver, h 21 Birch 

Dennis, rem to Lowell 

Dennis, emp Beoli Co., bds 76 Sanborn, W. F. 

Dennis 0., h 53 Falulah 

Edward B., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 28 Kimball 

Edward J., groceries 240 Water, bds 98 Laurel 

Frank M., emp Orswell Mills, bds 9 Rockland 






FITCHBUEG [S] DIRECTORY. 279 

Sullivan Frederick W., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 9 Rockland 
Hannah, widow Michael, h 36 Water street lane 
J. Eastland, clerk Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 25 Mechanic 
James, emp F. W. Co., bds 21 Birch 

James Jr., brickmason, h Baltic lane n Ashburnham, W. F. 
James B., letter carrier, bds 210 Water 
James J. Mrs., h 2 Avon pi 
Jeremiah, emp J. B. Mfg. Co., h 103 Albee 
Jeremiah, laborer, h 29 Townsend 
Jeremiah, laborer, h 20 Hale 
Jeremiah, emp city, bds 22 Vernon ct, W. F. 
Jeremiah, emp Beoli Co., h Baltic lane n Ashburnham, W. F. 
Jeremiah F., h 243 1-2 Water 
John, laborer, bds 61 Hey wood 
John, emp F. & L. St. Ry., rms 55 Snow 
John, laborer, bds 52 Exeter 
John F., laborer, h 38 Canton 
John F., emp Beoli Co., h 85 Sanborn, W. F. 
John F., hostler 41 Fox, rms do. 
John H., plumber 4 Granite, bds 49 Spruce 
John H., plumber, bds Abbott av 
John J., rec. clerk freight house N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 16 

Washington 
John J. Jr., emp C. B. & Co., h 606 Westminster, W. F. 
John R., clerk 3 Salem, bds 53 Falulah 

John T., emp F. R. R. depot, W. F., h 352 Princeton rd, do. 
Kate Miss, emp Rodney Wallace, rms 25 Willow 
M. Lizzie Miss, teacher, bds 210 Water 
Margaret Miss, emp Leominster, bds 49 Spruce 
Margaret, widow Thomas, h 38 Church 
Mark, emp Beoli Co., h 61 Sanborn, W. F. 
Martin M., clerk 290 Main, h 7 Linden 
Mary, widow Michael, bds 7 Doane 
Mary, widow Patrick C, h 50 Railroad 
Mary, widow Timothy, h 64 Albee 
Mary M. Miss, bds 82 Myrtle av 
Michael, laborer, bds 1 Hale 
Michael, shoemaker, h Abbott av 
Michael, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 53 Falulah 
Michael J., emp F. R. R., rms 14 North 
Michael J., rem to Norwich, Conn. 
Nora Miss, emp 35 Hartwell, bds do. 
Patrick, foreman F. Water Works, h 34 Salem 
Patrick, emp F. Water Works, bds 49 Spruce 
Patrick, tailor 2 First, bds 34 Salem 
Patrick, emp F. Worsted Co., h 22 Salem 
Patrick, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 61 Heywood 
Patrick, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 101 Melrose 



280 FITCHBURG [S] DIRECTORY. 

Sullivan Patrick, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds off Boylston n school 

Patrick Jr., bds 22 Salem 

Patrick C, emp M. J. Perault, bds 50 Railroad 

Patrick F., painter, bds 38 Church 

Philip, emp Beoli Co., h Baltic lane n Ashburnham, VV. F. 

Sarah E., widow James, h 9 Rockland 

Sarah J. Miss, bds 10 William 

Stephen J., plumber emp r 36 Day, bds 2 Avon pi 

Thomas, mason, h 28 Beech 

Thomas, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 210 Water 

Thomas F., bds 28 Beech 

Thomas O., machinist U. M. Co., bds 17 Beech 

Timothy, bds 35 1-2 Willow 

Timothy, blacksmith F. R. R. shop, h 20 Canton 

Timothy 2d, laborer, h 24 Canton 

Timothy F., emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 17 Beech 

Timothy J., foreman Jennison Plumbing Co., h 12 Nashua 

Timothy J., hostler, bds 38 Church 

Timothy O., laborer, h 17 Beech 

William, emp Tinsley & Abell, h 124 High 

William, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., h Lancaster n Cleveland 

William 2d, laborer, h 31 Second 

William E„ overseer Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 48 Kimball 

— see O'Sullivan 
Sulloway G. Walter, emp A. D. Waymoth & Co., h 33 Pleasant 
Sumanson Antti, clerk, h 143 Charles 
Sumner Thomas, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 159 Fairmonnt 
Sunbury Arthur L., emp P. M. Co., h 126 Lawrence cor Goodrich 
Sundell Carl, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds Nockege 
Sundstrom Olaf F., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 108 Leighton 
Sunne Olae, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 88 High 

William, laborer, h 183 Rullstone 
Supala William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 85 Mechanic 
Superintendent of Public Buildings, W T illiam H. Goodwin, 349 1-2 
Main 

Public Burial Grounds, office 103 Laurel 

Schools, (6 and 7) 229 Main 
Surprenant Joseph, rem to Providence, R. I. 
Surprise Almena, widow Nelson, h 242 Sanborn, W. F. 
Sutcliffe Harry, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 93 Cleghorn 

Mary, widow James, h 93 Cleghorn 
Sutherland William, rem to Nova Scotia 
Sutton Deane E., emp 477 Main, h 6 Crown 
Suveiler — see Savlier 

Suvula Andro, emp P. M. Co., h 145 Mechanic 
Svenson Sven Gustav, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 16 Goddard 
Swain Frederick A., emp J. E. Putnam, bds Pearl Hill rd 

Mary A., widow Calvin H., bds 15 Allston pi 



FITCHBURG [S] DIRECTORY. 281 

Swallow Carrie M., widow Joseph E., clerk 147 Main, bds67 Prichard 
Swanson Arthur, baker emp 306 Main, bds 12 Leighton 

Charles O., (Nelson & Swanson) 306 Main, h 47 Arlington 

Nils, clerk Scandia Cooperative Grocery Co., h 528 Main 
Swarfar Edward, rem to Ashburnhain 

Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Emanuel Church, off Main r Unita- 
rian Church 

Evangelical Congregational Church, Rollstone n Main 
Sweeney David H., overseer in kitchen at jail, h 420 Water 

Dennis, foreman F. Water Works, h 245 Water 

Elizabeth, widow Patrick, bds 90 Rollstone 

John F., rem to Worcester 

Joseph, emp F. W. Co., bds 21 Birch 

Mary A., widow Morgan F., h 17 Pacific 

Miles, emp F. S. E. Co., h 207 Plymouth 

Nellie Miss, emp F. W. Co., rms 235 Water 

Patrick, tailor emp 205 Main, bds 136 Laurel 

William J., foreman D. M. Dillon, h 192 Water 

William J. Jr., bds 192 Water 
Sweet Charles E., rem to Ashburnham 

Frank W., (Allison & Sweet) (11 and 12) 229 Main, h 13 
Charles 
Swenson Adolph, rem to Woodstock, Conn. 

Axel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 5 Beech lane 

Charles L., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 16 Goddard 

Gustave, rem to Woodstock, Conn. 

Johannah, widow John, bds 35 Sprague, W. F. 

John, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 56 West 

Swante, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 193 River 
Swenson — see Svenson 
Swett Floyd P., emp Gilchrest, Wilev & Foss, rms 50 Arlington 

SWIFT EDWIN T., architect and builder 172 Myrtle av, bds do. 
[see page 490] 

George A., printer, h r 36 Day 

John, h 1019 River, W. F. 

John F., emp Beoli Co., bds 1019 River, W. F. 

Mary E., widow James L., h 172 Myrtle av 

Michael, emp C. B. & Co., h 796 Westminster, W. F. 
Sykes Samuel, emp John Hardv, h 19 Garland 

William A., emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 19 Garland 
Sylvester Maggie, widow Joseph, h off North ext 
Sylvestre Ernest, carpenter, h 17 Federal 
Syme David B., loom fixer, h 67 Mechanic 

John, rem to Glasgow, Scotland 

Robert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 67 Mechanic 

William M., clerk 147 Main, bds 67 Mechanic 
Symonds Cora Miss, clerk 147 Main, bds 64 Cedar 

Herbert S., emp C. B. & Co., bds 606 Westminster, W. F. 



282 FITCHBURG [S] DIRECTORY. 

Symonds Philip W., supt E. F. B. & Co., h 64 Cedar 

— see Simonds 
Syrja Andrew, emp W. A. Hardy, h 44 Church 

Frank, mechanic, h 119 High 

Jakab, mechanic, bds 119 High 

Tachgian Krakor, laborer, h 515 Main 

Lazar, laborer, bds 515 Main 

Paul, laborer, bds 515 Main 
Tafferi Abram, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (B), h 99 Mechanic 
Taft Benjamin, hostler E. S. Crocker, h 52 High 

Samuel H., bookkeeper, bds 6 Simonds 
Taggart Willis A., rem to Worcester 
Tahti John, laborer, bds 8 1-2 Leigh ton 
Tait Andrew, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 10 Exeter 

James, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 88 Oak Hill rd 

John, emp F. S. E. Co., h 226 Oak Hill rd 

Matthew L., overseer weaving dept Beoli Co., h 112 Ashburn- 
ham, W. F. 
Talbot Matthew, machinist, h 103 Milk 
Tambeau Alfred A., motorman, h 56 Daniels 
Tanguay Delia Mrs., bds rear 35 Columbus 
Tanner Edwin A., rem to New Britain, Conn. 

Henry T., asst janitor F. A. Club, bds 19 Mechanic 

William W., painter and paper hanger 19 Mechanic, h do. 

Willis E., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 19 Mechanic 
Tannino — see Iannino 
Tarbell Alfred F., clerk S. Mfg. Co., bds 45 Highland av 

Daniel F., stairbuilder, h 45 Highland av 

John L., h 26 Orange 
Tarbox Fred A., chief of police, h 167 Blossom 
Tarmajian David, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 4 Cleghorn 
Tarpey Malachi W., policeman, h 109 Albee 

Margaret Mrs., h 235 Water 

Thomas, rem to Boston 
Tash George W., farmer, h Farmer, W. F. 
Tashjian Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 31 Grove 

Krekor, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 400 Main 

Tows, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 400 Main 
Tasker James, emp F. Mfg. Co., h 245 Oak Hill rd 

Laura E. Mrs., housekeeper 61 Pleasant 
Tatiosian Henry, cook 19 Federal, h do. 
Tatro Louis, emp Ayer Junction, bds 76 Lunenburg 
Tay Harry J., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 10 Pleasant 
Taylor Agnes Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 271 Rollstone 

Charles, emp Beoli Co., h off 56 Wachusett, W. F. 

Charles F., foreman F. Duck Mills, h 487 Water 

Daniel Mrs., h Thurston rd 



FITCHBURG [T] DIRECTORY. 283 

Taylor Edward P., engineer F. R. R., h 89 Summer 

TAYLOR ELWOOD E., civil engineer (5) Park bdg, 117 
Main, bds 89 Summer [see page 447] 

George W., farmer, h Thurston rd 

Jennie Miss, dressmaker old P. O. building 294 Main, rms do. 

John, laborer, h 120 High 

John, erap Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 2 Barton 

John E., emp city engineer's office, h 89 Summer 

Joseph, rem to Taunton 

Mary Miss, bds 74 Marshall 

Mary A., widow Jesse, h 89 Summer 

Michael, emp M. Webber, bds 120 High 

Peter, emp M. Webber, h 42 Franklin 

Richard, emp P. M. Co., bds 82 Rollstone 

Robert, rem to Ashby 

Thomas, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 11 Newton pi 

Walter, emp F. File Works, h 26 Orange 

Walter, clerk Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 81 Kimball 
Teague Mary, widow Bernard, bds 235 Water 
Tebbets James H., machinist P. M. Co., h Simonds 
Teehan Daniel W., (Teehan & Boyle), 104 Main, bds Hotel Balmoral 

Felix, emp F. F. Woodward & Co., bds 598 River 

TEEHAN & BOYLE (Daniel W. Teehan and Daniel A. 
Boyle), gents' furnishing goods and clothiers 104 Main 
[see page 462] 
Teffeau Frank D., emp S. R.-M. Co., h Pleasant View park 
Tekmajian Simon, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 400 Main 
Tellier Joseph, rem to Canada 
Temple Luke, carpenter, h 11 Mechanic 
Templeton F. G. Mrs., bookkeeper 477 Main, h 30 Church 
Frank G., clerk 146 Main, h 30 Church 
Richard, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 89 Cleghorn 
Tennant Edgar E., bds Hotel Westmoreland 
Tenney Belle L. Miss, bds 56 Lincoln 

Charles A., emp C. B. & Co., h 35 Blossom 

TENNEY CHARLES L., pattern and model maker 21 Main 
over F. M. Works, h 5 Pearl [see page 443] 
Clara L. Miss, teacher High street school, bds 5 Prospect 
Eva N. Miss, dressmaker, bds 5 Pearl 

Fannie E. Miss, stenographer emp 135 Main, bds 5 Prospect 
Maria E. Miss, h 5 Prospect 
Sarah H. Mrs., nurse, h 121 Prichard 

Wilbur B., cashier Rollstone National Bank, h 60 Highland av 
Terrell Elwin W r ., (Terrell & French) Charles street ext, h 139 
Lunenburg 
George A., (Leary & Terrell) 5 Hazel, h do. 
George A. Jr., engineer O. Litchfield, bds 5 Hazel 
& French (Elwin W. Terrell and John French), quarriers and 
building movers Charles street ext 



284 FITCHBURG [T] DIRECTORY. 

Terrin Edward, carpenter, rms (3) 17 Blossom 
Terrv Henry L., engineer F. R. R., h 7 Cherrv 

Luther H., brakeman N. Y., N. H. & H/R. R., h 28 Walnut 

M. Agnes Miss, rem to Boston 

Reuben D., emp S. S. & H. N. Lawrence, h 128 Pearl 
Terzian Sarkis A., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 521 Main 
Tessier Louis, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 5 Beech lane 
Tetrault Alphonse, laborer, h 182 Clarendon 

Arthur, stone layer, bds 101 Clarendon 

Frank, emp C. H. Brown & Co., h 94 Culley 

Joseph M., emp F. R. R., h Pratt rd n Rollstone 

Julia M. Mrs., variety store 101 Clarendon, h do. 

Louis, emp Orswell Mills, h 79 Fairmount 

Marcus, stone layer, h 101 Clarendon 
Tewksbury Thomas F., asst baggage master, h 26 Pleasant 
Thacher George, milk dealer, h 22 Orange 
Thayer A. M. Mrs., nurse, h 55 Cedar 

Arthur S., rem to Shirley 

N. Lorenzo, emp W. A. Garno, h Brier 
Theiling Herman, h 209 Fairmount 
Therreault August, emp F. R. R., h 14 Rockland 

Parfait Louis, farmer, h 14 Rockland 

Salus, bds Mt. Elam rd 
Thibeault Alex., rms 19 Portland 

Amedee, emp F. R. R. shop, h 17 Poplar 

Benjamin, emp F. R. R. shop, h 42 Bemis 

Eugene, carpenter, h 29 Beech 

Joseph, emp 1. J. A. & C. Works, bds 29 Beech 

Joseph A., painter F. R. R., h 154 Intervale 

Louis, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 161 Fairmount 

Michael, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 29 Beech 

Napoleon, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 29 Beech 

Oscar J., emp F. R. R., h 11 Second 
Thibodeau Adeline Miss, emp Leominster, bds 76 Lunenburg 
Thiel Henry, emp 10 Rollstone, bds 105 Mechanic 
Thierauf George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., and janitor Harugari hall, 

h Harugari 
Thissell Hannah R. Mrs., rem to Lowell 
Thivierge Julia, widow Arthur, h r 9 Columbus 
Thomas Arakel P., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 4 Cleghorn 

Charles E., overseer F. Duck Mill, rms 487 Water 

Fred C, inspector I. J. A. & C. Works, h 75 Mechanic 

George W., barber and pool room 198 Water, h 21 Portland 

John E., emp F. Worsted Co., h 10 Burnap 

Lucy Eva Miss, h 49 Milk 

Martha F., widow Stephen, h 96 Forest 

Nellie Miss, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 341 North 

Norton F., emp P. M. Co., h 60 Pine 



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FITCHBURG [T] DIRECTORY. 285 

Thomas Orrin, bds Franklin rd n Depot 

Susan, widow Frank B., rem to Brooklyn, N. Y. 

William, laborer, h 12 Pratt 
Thomes Fred W\, teamster emp 40 Main, h 26 Lawrence 
Thompson Allen, emp F. R. R. round house, bds 88 North 

Charles W., agent American Express Co. and National Express 
Co. 245 Main, h 339 Blossom 

Edward C, steam fitter emp 453 Main, h 22 Mechanic 

Frank S.. emp Armour & Co., h 13 Clinton 

Frederick, emp Leominster, rms 54 Day 

Frederick H., physician and surgeon, office 6 Crescent, h 3 
Pleasant 

George, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 75 Cleghorn 

Harmon B., rem to Boston 

Henry, rem to Clinton 

THOMPSON J. EDWARD, bookseller and stationer 118 Main, 
h 174 Prichard [see page 452] 
James, emp James Heslam, bds Pearl Hill rd 
James H.. emp J. E. Thompson, bds 174 Prichard 
John, engineer F. R. R., h 119 Myrtle av 
John G., principal normal school, h 66 Garnet 
John H., clerk Union Coal Co., bds 119 Myrtle av 
John S., boss burler Beoli Co., h 157 Westminster, W. F. 
Julia Mrs., h 107 1-2 Myrtle av 
Margaret C. Miss, bds 55 Garnet 
Minerva L. Miss, bds 55 Garnet 
Samuel J., policeman, rms 82 Arlington 
Sanford E., foreman S. R.-M. Co., bds 450 Main 
Thomas M., emp C. B. & Co., h 615 Westminster, W. F. 
Wesley W., emp Beoli Co., bds 29 Sanborn, W. F. 
William, emp F. R. R., h 88 North 
William G., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 62 Goddard 
— see Thomson 

THOMSON ALEXANDER, mfr boiler makers' tools and steel 
horse collars 20 Rollstone, office (6) 411 Main, h do. [see 
page 435] 
Charles R., clerk Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 433 Main 
Ralph E., supt mill C, Parkhill Mfg. Co.. h 23 Wood 
Thor William, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 17 West 

THORN MEDICINE CO. THE, laboratory 25 Westminster, 
W. F. [see page 456] 
Wilfred M., canvasser Singer Mfg. Co., rms 9 Snow 
Thornton James, foreman Star Worsted Co., bds 26 Westminster 
Hillrd 
John, foreman Star Worsted Co.,h 26 Westminster Hill rd 
Thrasher Fred, emp G. E. Waite, h 26 Cascade, W. F. 

Henry, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 20 Forest 
Thurber Ira H., emp C. M. Parker, h 30 Chestnut 



286 FITCHBUEG [T] DIEECTORY. 

Thurston Abel L., h 18 Myrtle av 
Tibbetts Fred, emp J. B. Mfg. Co., bds 17 Grove 
Tienhaara Kusti, clerk 97 Mechanic, bds do. 
Tierney Austin, emp E. M. D. & Co., h 22 Boylston 

Margaret Miss, emp E. M. D. & Co., rms 32 Main 
Tift George F., mason emp Tift & Fish, h 18 Winthrop 

TIFT HERBERT L„ mason and builder 3 Circle, office 8 Park, 
h do. [see page 492] 

Tiilikkala John, laborer, h 115 High 

Tikkuri Herman, rem to Finland 

Tileston George F., rem to Lunenburg 

Tilling George, coachman George Crocker, h 2 Crocker terrace 

Tillson A. E., (Lovering, Elliott & Co.) 121 Main, res Boston 

Tilton Alice H. Mrs., emp E. F. B. & Co., h 36 Pleasant 
Charles A., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 77 Mt. Vernon 
Edwin J., foreman dept 19 Putnam Machine Co., h 61 Mt. Vernon 
John W., engineer 31 North, h 2 Wood 
Samuel M., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 61 Mt. Vernon 

Timi Jakab, emp P. M. Co., bds 70 Marshall 

Timon Ann M. Miss, bds 35 Spruce 
Charles, bds 35 Spruce 

Tinkham Abbie L. Mrs., h Falulah rd n Falulah Paper Co. 
Edwin D., brakeman F. R. R., h 173 Myrtle av 

Tinsley David W., (Tinsley & Abell) 234 Main, h 2 Wood 
Edward W., emp Tinsley & Abell, bds 2 Wood 
Henry, teamster F. Paper Co., h 964 River, W. F. 

TINSLEY & ABELL, (David W. Tinsley and Henry B. AbeU) 
lumber dealers 234 Main [see page 491] 
Tobin Frank R., rem to Portland, Me. 

TODD ARTHUR D., meat market 151 Lunenburg, h 153 do. 
[see page 480] 
Lewis, emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 38 Prichard 
William A., rem to Boston 
Togmagian Simon, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 2 Highland ct 
Tolman Charles T., railway postal clerk, h 237 Mechanic 

TOLMAN CYRUS S., mfr emery grinding machinery Crocker, 
h 27 Payson [see page 437] 

Fred A., emp city engineer's office city hall, h 28 Pleasant 

Frederick C, drug clerk 248 Main, bds 237 Mechanic 

Helen E. Miss, h 250 Main 

Martha D. Miss, h 250 Main 
Tomlinson Peter, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 9 Boylston 
Toohey Patrick, emp C. T. Crocker, h 93 Prospect 
Toomey Michael, emp F. Gas and Electric Light Co., bds 4 Main 
Torrey Alphens P., emp Austin Furniture Co., h 38 Summer 

Elvin J., rem to Boston 

Sarah A., widow Ebenezer, h 344 Main 
Touissaint Prosper, carpenter, h 46 Chester 



FITOHBUKG [T] DIRECTORY. 287 

Tourshian Paul, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 400 Main 

Tourtelotte Albert D., h 47 Mechanic 

Toutant Levi, emp G. E. Waite & Co., h 163 Westminster, W. F. 

Tower George M., rem to Worcester 

Towne Francis W., gas and steam fitter 32 Crescent, h 208 Blossom 

Townend Harry G., cashier Fitchbnrg Nat. Bank, bds 27 Mechanic 

Towns Margaret Miss, nurse 127 Blossom, bds do. 

Townsend Charles E., clerk 147 Main, bds 84 Day 

Toy Wong, laundry 1084 River, W. F., h do. 

Tracey Eugene O., brakeman F. R. R.. h 6 Garnet 

Tracy Andrew, machinist, h 7 Burnap 

George H., drug clerk F. I. Pierson, bds 27 Pine 

Henry P., painter, h 17 Payson 

John J., rem to Leominster 

Maurice, h 27 Pine 
Traders' Supply Co., Walter M. Redfield mgr, trading stamps 132 

Main 
Train Arthur A., screen plate mfr 24 Willow, h 71 Mt. Vernon 
Trainor Ida Mrs., h 23 East 

TRAVELLERS INSURANCE CO. of Hartford, Conn., C. E. 
Kirby agent, 162 Main [see front colored page IX] 
Travis William H., supt Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. (22, 23 

and 24) 117 Main, res Leominster 
Treadwell Alfred, teamster F. A. McCauliff, h r 37 River 

Ann Maria, widow Charles J., bds 196 Rollstone 

Charles H., stonemason, h 345 Summer 

Frank H., stonemason, bds 345 Summer 

George, bds 345 Summer 
Treaglow Sherman, brakeman F. R. R., bds 112 Snow 
Treinque Alice Mrs., h 53 Newton 

Hormisdas, emp F. W. Co., bds 53 Newton 
Tremblay Calixte, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 174 Fairmount 

Margaret, widow George, h Thurston rd 

Onesime, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 174 Fairmount 
Trenholm Annie E. Miss, milliner 187 Main, bds 76 Culley 
Triplett Maret O., foreman Fitchburg Evening Mail, rms 25 Payson 
Triquet Camille Rev., asst pastor St. Joseph's Catholic church, h 47 

Plymouth 
Trottier Alfred, emp F. R. R. shop, h 44 Walnut 

Thomas, h Oak Hill rd 
Truant Officer, William E. Henry (6 and 7) 229 Main 
Trudo Louis, barber emp 195 1-2 Main, rms 32 do. 
True Edwin R., carpenter, rms 473 Main 

Mervin L., clerk 210 Main, h 195 Mechanic 
Tucker Bros., (Fred and James K. Tucker) groceries and meat mar- 
ket 106 and 108 Westminster, W. F. 

Electrical Co., R. E. H. Tucker prop, electricians 37 Newton pi 

Fred, (Tucker Bros.) 106 Westminster, W. F., h 15 Tremont, 
do. 



288 FITCHBUEG [T] DIRECTORY. 

Tucker H. K. Miss, nurse, bds 335 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Harvey A., clerk A. D. Todd, res Lunenburg 

Henry K., emp Beoli Co., h 329 Ashburnham, W. F. 

James K., ^Tucker Bros.) 106 Westminster, W. F., h 343 Ash- 
burnham, do. 

R. Everett H., (Tucker Electrical Co.) 37 Newton pi, h do. 

Richard, foreman paint dept P. M. Co., h 37 Newton pi 

Samuel, h 335 Ashburnham, W. F. 

W infield S., rem to New York 
Tufinkjian Charlie, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 497 Main 

David, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 497 Main 

Garabed, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 497 Main 
Tufts Joseph A., ticket agent Union station, h 411 Main 

TULLY EDWARD J., physician 96 Main and 35 Westminster, 
W. F. Office hours from 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. 
Tumala John, bds 8 Brigham 
Tuomada Herman, laborer, h 84 Rollstone 
Tupper Alton F., law student (3) 129 Main, bds 46 Myrtle av 

Clarence E., (Tupper & Lane) (3) 129 Main, h 46 Myrtle av 

TUPPER & LANE (Clarence E. Tupper), attorneys-at-law (3) 
129 Main [see page 445] 
Turcotte Joseph, emp Beoli Co., h 9 Woodland 
Turgeon Napoleon, laborer, h 82 Circle 
Turner Henry A., engineer F. R. R. shop, h 117 Myrtle av 

Sybil P. Mrs., bds 117 Myrtle av 

William, emp city, h Felton, W. F. 

William H., clock repairer 74 Snow, h do. 
Turney Maggie Miss, emp E. M. D. & Co., rms (5) 42 Main 
Turpin Annie Mrs., h 32 Bemis 
Tuttle Albert C, merchant tailor 359 Main, bds The Fitchburg 

Albert L., rem to Berwick, N. H. 

Charles H., h 1 Joslin pi 

Charlotte, widow Waterman, h 20 Mechanic 

Elvira B., widow Lewis G., bds 199 Rollstone 

Francis D., bookkeeper Jennison Plumbing Co., h 199 Rollstone 

Fred W., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 31 Goddard 

Harry F., clerk freight depot F. R. R., bds 58 Blossom 

Jane E., widow Joseph F., bds 156 Blossom 
Twichell Milan G., pattern maker F. S. E. Co., h 54 Snow 

TWICHELL SETH, building mover, lumber and wood dealer 
96 Main, h do. [see page 491] 
Twitchell Edgar B., bookkeeper A. R. Ordway, h 107 Nashua cor 

South 
Tyler George W., laborer, h 21 South 

Joel G., teller Safety Fund National Bank, res Leominster 

John Mrs., h 5 Harvard 

William E., emp Beoli Co., h 744 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

TYRRELL HARLAN P., machinist 459 Main, h 60 Grove 
[see page 443] 



FITCHBUEG [(J-V] DIRECTORY. 289 

Underwood Edward O., rem to Denver, Col. 
Gertrude A. Miss, bds 40 Highland av 
Margaret, widow George H., rem to Denver, Col. 

Union Aid Home for Children, 27 Holt 

UNION GOAL CO., George N. Proctor pres, Nelson F. Bond 
treas, coal dealers 23 Water [see back coverl 
UNION MACHINE CO., 124 Water, Emmons Crocker treas- 
urer and manager [see page 436] 
UNION PORK CO., John Hardy treas, wholesale dealers in pork 
and pork products, office 105 Water [see page 479] 
Untinen Heikke, machinist, bds 185 Rollstone 
Upham Fred E., clerk 150 Main, res Leominster 
Mercy F., widow Lysander S., h 36 Mechanic 

UPHAM NATHAN C, real estate, auctioneer, and storage 
warehouse (41) 145 Main, h 9 Longwood av [see p 448] 
UPHAM SUMNER H., furniture and house furnishings 20 Day, 
res Ashburnham [see page 464] 
Upton Albert F., hackman emp 23 Snow, h 70 do. 
Amelia F., widow Joseph, h ,27 Mechanic 

Bradford F., (Pierce & Upton) 147 Lunenburg, bds 23 Towns- 
end 
George N., emp Pierce & Upton, h 23 Town send 
George V., sec Grant Yarn Co., h 19 Prospect 
Harriet Miss, bds 37 Burnap 
Harrison, emp F. R. B., h 221 Bollstone 
Louisa C, widow John, h 140 Prichard 
Lucy A., widow Joseph, nurse, bds 23 Brigbam park 
Lucy B., widow Edwin, h 47 Blossom 
Thomas C, h 55 Mt. Vernon 
Warren C, h 30 Mechanic 
Ure John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), bds 17 Newton pi 
Robert M., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 17 Newton pi 

Vaillaincourt Arthur, carpenter, h 24 Pine 

Goodie, rem to Adams 

Joseph, carpenter, bds 155 Water 

Napoleon, mason, bds 155 Water 

Napoleon, rem to Hudson 

Prudent, carpenter, h 155 Water 

Theophile, emp city, h 248 Pratt rd 
Vaillant Alfred T., emp F. R. R. shop, h r 14 Cross 

Augustus Jr., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 12 Granite 
Vakill Harry, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rras 198 Beech 

Jakob, emp ParkhiU Mfg. Co., bds 198 Beech 
Valade Joseph, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 7 Dover 

Mary, widow Etienne, h 7 Dover 

Peter, emp Falulah Paper Co., bds 7 Dover 
Valentine William, rem to Gardner 



290 FITCHBURG [V] DIRECTORY. 

Vallee Joseph, laborer, h 7 Railroad 

Louis, erap F. Gas and Electric Light Co., h 78 River 
Valliere Etienne, emp Beoli Co., bds 79 Fairrnount 

Ferdinand, laborer, bds 199 Fairrnount 

Frank, laborer, h 30 First 

Frederick, laborer, h r 181 Fairrnount 

Joseph, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 46 Jackson av 

Joseph, carpenter, h 20 Blais ct 

Odilon, bds 83 Fairrnount 

Peter, teamster, h bQ Daniels 

Philemon, mason, bds 83 Fairrnount 
Vanderford Benjamin S., machinist P. M. Co., h 40 Orange 

Frank A., emp P. M. Co., h 31 Pearl 
Vanderwarker Charles H., watchmaker and jeweler 3 Prichard, h 57 

Grove 
VanDeusen Eugene C, teamster, h 112 High 
Vanne Francois X., hostler, bds 20 South 

Varney Mabel J. Miss, stenographer Cummings & Remington, bds 
110 Snow 

VARNEY NATHANIEL, carpenter and builder 17 Union, h 
do. [see page 489] 
Vaughan Gerald W., rem to Canada 

Vernon H., clerk freight office F. R. R., bds 28 Pleasant 
Vaughn Charles, emp Beoli Co., h 24 Institute, W. F. 

Lizzie Miss, bds 24 Institute, W. F. 

Orlando S., foreman brass foundry P. M. Co., h 432 Water 

Patrick, laborer, bds 24 Institute, W. F. 
Vetkavitz John, laborer, h 28 Middle 
Vezina George, emp F. W. Co., rms 150 Water 

Julia, widow Octave, h 5 Woodland 

Octave, emp F. Worsted Co., h 208 Canton 
Viau John, emp F. Worsted Co., h 282 Water 
Vickery Charles H., clerk F. R. R. shop, h 53 Prospect 

Frank A., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 20 Boylston 
Vieweg Emil, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 221 Mechanic 

Otto W., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h Rindge n Blossom 
Vigeant Daniel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds off 73 Daniels 
Vignon Joseph Rev., pastor St. Joseph's French Catholic church, 

Woodland, h 47 Plymouth 
Vikstrom August, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 3 West 
Vinal Edward G., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 42 Myrtle av 

E. G. Mrs., dressmaker 42 Myrtle av, h do. 
Vincent Joseph, emp F. R. R. shop, bds 18 Baker 

Victoria Mrs., bds 18 Baker 
Vining Sarah A. Miss, housekeeper 14 Pleasant 
Vinton Mary M. Mrs., h 55 Oliver 
Visser Fred, emp F. W. Co., bds 9 Railroad 
Viziau Philip, laborer, h 13 Portland 



FITCHBURG [WJ DIRECTORY. 2 ( .)1 

Vodden Emanuel B., emp Beoli Co., h 49 Wachusett, W. F. 
Voedisch Adam, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h off 44 Pratt 

Annie Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 5 Frankfort 
Vogel Charles, rem to Leominster 

Volkmar August, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 12 Foster 
Vorce Almira, widow Solomon, bds 63 North 
Vorrains Ernest, mason, h 221 West 

Gideon, emp F. A. McCauliff, bds 225 West 
Vose George L., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 179 Lunenburg 

William M., emp Falulah Paper Co., h 3 Crocker terrace 

Wachusett Beef Co., meat market 11 Depot, W. F. 
Depot, Princeton rd, W. F. 
School, Cascade, W. F. 

WACHUSETT NATIONAL BANK, George E. Clifford 
pres, W. G. Corey cashier, Main cor Day, [see page 426] 
Waddell Alexander, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 220 Fairmount 

Matthew, overseer beaming dept Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C). h 6 
Kimball 
Wade Florence M. Miss, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 100 Day 

Jennie Miss, rem to Worcester 
Wagner Anton, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 38 Leighton 

Gustave, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 8 Read 

Paul, clerk 106 Kimball, h off 44 Pratt 
Wah Charles, laundry 407 Main, rms do. 

Sam, laundry 136 Water and 26 North, h do. 
Waite George E., (G. E. Waite & Co.), h 17 Princeton rd, W. F. 

George E. & Co. (George E. Waite and W. E. Putney), black- 
smiths 569 Westminster, W. F., trucking Princeton rd cor 
Westminster, do. 

Zera J., widow Horace, h 9 Princeton rd, W. F. 
Wakefield Maria, widow Daniel, bds 524 Ashburnham, W. F. 
Walden Robert, bds 56 Highland av 
Waldo Artemas B., clerk 213 Main, rms 209 1-2 do. 

Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 60 Goddard 
Waldron Luke, emp F. R. R. yard, h 45 Granite 

Patrick, emp F. R. R., h 235 Water 
W r alker Abi F. Miss, clerk 355 Main, bds 55 Blossom 

Annie Mrs., h 89 Townsend 

Charles A., stationary engineer F. R. R., rms 37 Blossom 

Charles C, (Cowdin & Walker) 290 Water, h 291 do. 

Charles G., engineer F. R. R., h 458 South 

Cornelia L. Miss, matron Burbank Hospital, h do. 

Edward H., clerk S. R.-M. Co., rms 98 Blossom 

Erastus E., carpenter, h 96 Cedar 

Emma, widow Francis, h 97 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Herbert Rev., rem to East Sullivan, N. H. 

Herbert L., rem to Bridgeport, Conn. 



292 FITCHBURG [W] DIRECTORY. 

Walker Howard L., carpenter, h 54 Laurel 

Ivers A., baker emp 7 Circle, h 2 Barton 

Jennes M., pattern maker emp C. L. Tenney, h 55 Blossom 

John, greenhouse off Oak Hill rd, h do. 

John M., expressman, h 98 High 

Luther B., rem to Lunenburg 

Maud R. Miss, clerk 147 Main, bds 291 Water 

Warren E., foreman molding dept C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 
99 Milk 

William, h 2 Barton 

William J., market gardener Pearl Hill rd n Fisher rd, h do. 

William L., foreman Fitchburg Steel Ball Co., h 7 Gage 
Wallace Bros., (George W. and Charles E. Wallace) interior deco- 
rators 30 Newton pi 

Catherine, widow David, h 27 Cottage sq 

Charles E., city almoner and (Wallace Bros.) 30 Newton pi, bds 
27 Cottage sq 

David G., boots and shoes 170 Main, h 219 Blossom 

Edgar F. Mrs., h 51 Clyde 

Emily I., widow Calvin, h 271 Blossom 

Emma L. Mrs., bds 60 Temple, W. F. 

George, bds 43 North 

George R., with R. Wallace 387 Main, h 56 Prospect 

George W., (Wallace Bros.) 30 Newton pi, bds 27 Cottage sq 

Harry W., clerk 88 Green, h 58 do. 

Hattie A. Miss, clnrk 170 Main, bds 219 Blossom 

Helen A., widow William E., bds 53 Prospect 

Herbert I., with R. Wallace and vice president F. & L. St. Ry. 
Co., h 52 School 

John R., emp F. R. R. shop, h 25 Cane 

Library and Art Building, 291 Main 

WALLACE RODNEY, paper, paper stock and cotton waste 
(2 and 3) 387 Main, pres Grant Yarn Co. and pres F. Gas 
and Electric Light Co., h 65 Prospect [see page 432] 
William P., boarding house 52 Day 

WALLIS NATHANIEL, physician and surgeon 153 Lunen- 
burg, rms do. Office hours 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 3 and 7 to 
8 p. m. Telephone connected 
Robert N., treas F. & L. St. Ry. Co., h 46 Mt. Vernon 
Wallman Claus, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 5 Gibson pi 

— see Well man 
Walls George E., emp Orswell Mills, h 167 Myrtle av 

George L., overseer carding dept Orswell Mills, h 13 Chestnut 
Gertrude Miss, asst bookkeeper 138 Main, bds 13 Chestnut 
Wallwork John, emp Orswell Mills, h 211 Plymonth 
Tattersall, emp Beoli Co., bds 211 Plymouth 
William, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 292 Oak Hill rd 
Walsh David, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 19 Portland 



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[WJ DIRECTORY. 293 



WALSH DAVID I., attorn ey-at-lay (6 and 7) Park bldg 117 
Main [see page 446] 

Etta Miss, clerk 226 Main, bds 236 South 

Frederick, emp Leominster, bds 260 Water 

George, molder, bds 82 Albee 

James J., emp F. R. R., h 236 South 

John, emp G. W. W. P. Co., bds 82 Albee 

Margaret J., widow Thomas, h 82 Albee 

Maria, widow Patrick, h 260 Water 

Martin, h 224 W'ater 

Michael, emp F. R. R., h 25 Worcester 

Michael, machinist, h 6 First 

Peter, emp A. R. Ordway, h 12 Middle 

Peter J., grocer 151 Water, h 153 do. 

Robert L.. mason, h 61 Congress 

— see Welch 
Waltanen John, rem to Worcester 
Walter Elmus E., emp F. R. R. shop, h 322 Summer 
W alters — see W r olter 
Walther Etta Mrs., h 135 Leigh ton 
Walton S. Charlotte Miss, bds 312 Main 
Wanoosnoc Engine and Hose Co., 185 Westminster, W. F. 

Power Co., electric power 28 to 58 Main 
Ward C. H! Mrs., dressmaker 94 Wachusett, W. F., h do. 

Charles H., emp C. B. & Co., h 94 Wachusett, W. F. 

Daniel, emp C. H. Brown & Co., h 21 Pine 

Frank, emp Lowe Bros. & Co., bds 23 North 

John H., carpenter, bds 21 Pine 

Joseph F., printer emp Sentinel office, h 45 Granite 

Mary Miss, emp F. W. Co., bds 35 Second 

Mary E., widow Eugene, bds 25 Payson 

Patrick W., molder H. W. & Co., h 68 Middle 

Peter F., law student, bds 21 Pine 

Timothy F., emp Union Coal Co., h 97 Beech 

Vernon, hostler emp T. S. Hession, rms 1014 River, W. F. 
Ware Alexander, erap William Proctor, bds Pearl Hill rd 

WARE CHARLES E., pres F. Savings Bank and lawyer (10 
and 11) 352 Main, h 158 Prichard [see page 444] 
Charles W., painter, bds 68 Pine 
Charlotte A., widow Stephen V., h 23 East 
George, emp F. Paper Co., h 923 River, W. F. 
George A., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 105 Pearl 
George F., bds 23 East 
Henry A., rem to Natick 

Rodney B., machinist emp H. C. Deane, rms 11 South 
Thornton M., student, h 22 Mt. Vernon 
Warme Alfred, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 2 Simonds 
Peter, bds 2 Simonds 



294 FITCHBURG [WJ DIRECTORY. 

Warneck Herman, rem to Paterson, N. J. 

Warner Annette J. Miss, teacher normal school, bds 62 Mt. Vernon 

Charles E., supt C. B. & Co., h 412 Westminster, W. F. 

Charles S., engineer C. B. & Co., h 425 Westminster, W. F. 

Fred, rem to New York 

W r illiam E„ parcel express 166 and 365 Main, h 195 River 

Wilmon L., mason, h 113 1-2 Myrtle av 
Warren Alfred F., rem to Princeton 

Charles, emp S. R.-M. Co., h 96 Highland av 

Charles C, emp F. R. R., rms 68 Green 

Fred E., bookkeeper Nichols & Frost, h 41 Brigham park 

Hiland H., conductor F. & L. St. Ry., h 69 North 

Mary Miss, emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 145 Lunenburg 

Samuel A., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 34 Boutelle 

William, emp F. R. R., bds 96 Highland av 

Zilpha, widow Thomas, bds 120 Academy 
Warrington Richard, blacksmith P. M. Co., h 100 Walton 

Richard Jr., machinist P. M. Co., h 67 Pine 
Washburn Charles Mrs., bds 25 Kimball pi 

Charles L., car inspector N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 4 Con- 
gress pi 

Edward A., motorman, h 664 Water 

Frank S., rem to Klondike 

Fred A., emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 65 Pacific 

John B., inspector N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 62 Winter 

Madison M., emp F. R. R., h 65 Pacific 

T. S. Mrs., dressmaker 36 Lincoln, h do. 

Thomas S., h 36 Lincoln 
Washer John E., shoe store 182 Main, h 12 Waverly 
Water Street Fire Station, 259 Water 
Waterhouse George I., h 86 Mechanic 
Waters Bridget, widow Levi, bds 88 High 

Frank H., carpenter, bds 14 Ashburnham, W. F. 

George R., carpenter, bds 14 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Russell S., emp E. Davis & Son, h 14 Ashburnham, W. F. 

— see Watters 
Watkins William, emp E. B. Dole, bds 510 Main 
W r atling John L., mason, h High view, W. F. 
Watson Aaron W., city editor F. Sentinel, h 18 Hawes 

WATSON CHARLES H., groceries and provisions 497 Main, 
bds 47 Arlington [see page 481] 
Edward W., emp F. Sentinel, bds 18 Hawes 
Elmer L, emp W. C. Johnson, h 10 Oakland 
Fred A., lineman Telephone Co. 162 Main, rms 28 Oliver 
Fred A., clerk 497 Main, h 38 Mt. Globe 
George E., emp F. S. E. Co., h 6 Concord 
George H., clerk 495 Main, h 20 Davis 
Harriet A., widow Daniel, bds 10 Oakland 



FITCHBURG [W] DIRECTORY. 295 

Watson John C, emp F. Steel Ball Co., h 5 Holt 

Mary A., widow Willard G., h 47 Arlington 

Warren O., emp F. S. E. Co., bds 6 Concord 
Watters Neil McN., overseer F. Mfg. Co., h 88 Oak hill rd 
Watts John, laborer, bds 35 Water street lane 

Mary, widow Lorenzo G., h 35 Water street lane 

William, rem to Uniontown, Pa. 
Waukka Albert, laborer, bds 4 Hazel 

Arvit, laborer, h 4 Hazel 
Waymoth A. D. & Co. (A. D. and C. H. Waymoth), mfrs Way- 
moth improved lathe and screen plates 28 Newton pi 

Augustine D., (A. D. Waymoth & Co.) 28 Newton pi, h 258 
South 

Charles H., (A. D. Waymoth & Co.) 28 Newton pi, bds 258 
South 

—see Weymouth 
Webb Annie A. Miss, stenographer office board of health, bds 5 
Congress pi 

Charles H., machinist, h 74 Marshall 

Edward C, emp Sentinel office, bds 74 Marshall 

Henry, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 5 Congress pi 

Herbert L., emp Sentinel office, bds 74 Marshall 

Thomas,- emp C. B. & Co., bds 29 Farmer, W. F. 
Webber Charles E., watches, jewelry, silverware, etc. 193 Main, h 
11 Holt 

John, machinist P. M. Co., h 39 Lincoln 

John S., (Webber & Hay ward) 335 Main, bds 42 Arlington 

WEBBER MARTIN, lumber, doors, sash, blinds, etc. 31 New- 
ton pi, h 8 Gage [see page 491] 
WEBBER & HAYWARD (JolnTS. Webber and John P. 
Hayward), furniture, carpets, stoves and upholsterers 331 
to 335 Main [see page 464] 
Webster James A., market gardener, h Sheldon rd, W. F. 
John, farmer, h Prospect above Caldwell 
Mattie M. Miss, stenographer P. M. Co., bds 10 Cherry 

WEBSTER NATHANIEL R., broker (5) 155 Main, rms 
98 Blossom [see page 430] 

William, emp Falulah Paper Co., h 127 Falulah 
Weeks Charles H., emp 17 Summer, bds 13 Clinton 

Emeline, widow Amos, h 13 Clinton 

George H., clerk 356 Main, bds 13 Clinton 
Wehler Albert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 122 Kimball 
Weichert Robert, emp F. W. Co., h 51 Cane 
Weidenauer Joseph, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 6b Leighton 

Joseph Jr., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 65 Leighton 
Weidlich John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 59 Beech 
Weiser Ernest, grocer 42 Leighton, h do. 
Weissbach Louis E., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 66 Beech 



296 FITCHBTJRG [W] DIRECTORY. 

Welch Albert L., barber, bds 52 Kimball 

Alice E. Miss, teacher, bds 21 Pacific 

Barney, laborer, h 31 Middle 

Charles D., rem to West Trov, N. Y. 

E. J. & Co. (E. J. Welch), brass founders 80 to 86 Lunenburg 

Edward J., (E. J. W T elch & Co.) 80 Lunenburg, h 17 Pacific 

Elizabeth, widow Patrick, h 10 Washington 

Francis, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 52 Kimball 

Frank M., laborer, bds 21 Pacific 

James, emp C. B. & Co., bds 1041 River, W. F. 

James, h 44 Forest 

James W., clerk 169 1-2 Water, bds 21 Pacific 

John, rem to Fall River 

John F., emp U. M. Co., h 35 Forest 

Joseph, machinist F. M. Works, h 19 Harrison av 

Lincoln R., sec Fitchburg Mutual Fire Ins. Co. 372 Main, h 15 
Atlantic av 

Luke, emp P. M. Co., h 15 Nashua 

Margaret E. Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds 44 Forest 

Mary Miss, dressmaker 207 1-2 Maiu, bds 44 Forest 

Michael, emp Rev. D. F. Feehan, bds 175 Water 

Michael, rem to Chicago, III. 

Miles, laborer, h 51 Granite 

Miles J., clerk 38 Main, bds 10 Washington 

Nellie Miss, dressmaker, bds 44 Forest 

Patrick, laborer, h 36 Putnam 

Peter W., emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 10 Washington 

Thomas, h 21 Pacific 

Thomas, laborer, bds 15 Nashua 

Thomas A., molder emp 80 Lunenburg, h 21 Pacific 

Timothy, bds 299 Water 

Winneford Miss, bds Bay State House 

— see Walsh 
Welcome Amanda Miss, emp C. B. & Co , bds 85 Princeton rd, W. F. 
Wellington Arthur, carpenter and builder 405 Blossom, h do. 

Augustus, carpenter and builder 405 Blossom, h do. 

Cecil, carpenter, h 78 High i 

Daniel W., foreman F. R. R. shop, h 126 Academy 

George E., supt C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 6 Circle 

George W., bds 126 Academy 

Walter M., emp C. A. Priest Lumber Co., h 126 Academy 
Wellman Guy, conductor F. R. R., rms 102 Blossom 

Louisa H., widow James, h 33 Adams 
Wells Leonard, fireman F. R. R., rms 41 Blossom 

Mary E. Miss, bds 79 Prichard 

William, h 216 Sanborn. W. F. 

William Jr., emp P. M. Co., bds 216 Sanborn, W. F. 
Wellspeak Leandre, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 175 Fairmount 






FITCHBURG [W] DIRECTORY. 297 

Welterlen Dabold, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 6 Laflamme pi 
Wendelstein John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 2 Frankfort 
Wenngren John A., rem to Boston 
Wentworth Charles A., draughtsman F. E. R., rms 43 Winter 

Fannie E. Mrs., art needlework and stamping r 409 Main, bds do. 

George H., laborer, h 27 Garland 
Werner Fritz, emp 1. J. A. & C. Works, bds 41 West 
Wesilnama Jakob, laborer, bds r 81 West 
Wesley David, emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 29 North 
West Axel, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 62 Goddard 

Carrie Miss, rms 186 Main 

Clifford D., brakeman F. R. R.,rms 5 Cherry 

Fitchburg Depot, Depot n Westminster, W. F. 

Fitchburg Express, John Congram prop, N. Y. &> B. D. Ex. 
Co.'s office depot, 166 Main and 25 Westminster, W. F. 

Fitchburg Methodist Episcopal Church, Sanbornc Vernon, W.F. 

Fitchburg Sub Postoffice, 25 Westminster, W. F. 

Fred B., clerk 192 Main, h 90 Pleasant 
Westcott Mary E. Miss, bds 5 Harvard 
Westerholm Julius, bds 26 Lawrence 
Western Union Telegraph, offices passenger depot, 365 Main and 

West Fitchburg depot, 166 Main and Wachusett station 
Westgate Charles E., baker, h 126 Harrison av 
Westling Gustave, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 12 Goddard 
Weston Edwin A., emp Leominster, hl31 Summer 

Elliott I., clerk 356 Main, rms 18 Davis 

Samuel N., reed mfr 29 Newton pi, h 54 Myrtle av 

Sophia, widow Lewis, bds 9 Highland av 

WESTON STEPHEN, sign and ornamental painter Back Bav 
off Putnam, h 75 Milk [see page 493] 

William, emp E. F. Belding & Co., h 28 Morris 
Wetherbee Barlow H., rem to Hyde Park 

Frank, wrecking master F. R. R., h 51 1-2 Blossom 

Fred, emp F. R. R. shops, h Hardy passway 

George H., emp Union Pork Co., h 89 Townsend 

Harriet, widow William H., h 6 Park 

Jennie Mrs., bds 8 Putnam 

Jerome I., carpenter, h 43 Pacific 

Joseph F, grocer 37 South, h 7 Pearl 

Lucy A., widow Milton, h 18 Davis 

Vernon, carpenter, h 42 Highland av 

William H., clerk 405 Main, h 37 Charles 
Weyman Martha L., widow W. P., bds 18 Fox 

Weymouth George W., president and general manager Fitchburg 
Steel Ball Co., and Member of Congress, h 372 Main 

Mary A., widow Job, h Felton, W. F. 

Thomas, laborer, bds Felton, W. F. 

— see Way moth 



298 FITCHBURG [W] DIRECTORY. 

Whalen James, emp Grant Yarn Co., bds 337 Main 

James J., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 21 Oliver 
Whalihan — see Whalon 
Whalley C. Lorenz, rem to Maine 

Maude E. Miss, music teacher 17 Newton pi, bds do. 

William T., physician 17 Newton pi, h do. 

William T. Mrs., music teacher 17 Newton pi, h do. 
Whalon Frank, bds 3 Lawrence 

John, rem to Ireland 

John, station agent N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., South Fitchburg, 
h 462 Water 

Michael, emp H. W. & Co., h 3 Lawrence 

Nellie Miss, nurse inq 196 Main, bds 462 Water 

— see Whelan and Phelan 
Wharff Martha A., widow George A. D , bds 100 Day 
Wheat Jennie Mrs., bds 87 North 
Whedon Rosanna Mrs., bds 69 Highlaud av 
Wheeler Asahel, captain of police, h 47 Pleasant 

Caroline M., widow Hiram L., rem to Leominster 

Clarence, fireman N.Y., N. H. & H. R. R., rms (2) 10 Day 

Fannie, widow E., h 34 Lunenburg 

Fred L., painter, bds 2 Boutelle 

George M., livery stable 41 Fox, h 37 do. 

Harriet L., widow Luke M., h 35 Oliver 

Hollis W., rem to Vermont 

John A., carpenter, h 25 Marshall 

Lydia M., widow Charles, h 26 Blossom 

Martin H., clerk, rms 5 Joslin pi 

N. Genevieve Miss, telephone operator 162 Main, bds 368 do. 

Susan Mrs., bds 9 Snow 

Warren B., civil engineer, h 141 Myrtle av 

Warren L., carriage mfr and blacksmith 51 Academy, h 368 
Main 

William G., emp F. R. R. shop, bds 33 Cottage sq 

William H. emp W. A. Hardy, h 23 Congress 

William O., rem to Europe 

William T., farmer, bds 128 Lunenburg 

William W., h 2 Boutelle 

& Wilson Mfg. Co , John Gillespie manager, 104 Main 
Wheelock Emma J., widow George H., h 28 Cherry 

Fletcher, rem to Worcester 

Henry H., teamster, bds 28 Cherry 
Wheelwright George W., president George W. Wheelwright Paper 
Co., Fourth, res Boston 

George W., Paper Co., paper mfrs Fourth below railroad crossing 
Whelan Andrew J., emp F. Worsted Co., bds 20 Park 

David, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), bds 572 River 

James, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., h 91 Birch 









FITCHBTJRG [W] DIRECTORY. 299 

Whelan Mary J., widow James, h 20 Park 
Whelpley Lillie G. Miss, nurse inq 196 Main, rms 427 do. 
Whidden Alice, widow John P., bds 13 Highland av 
Whipple Clarence O., farm hand, bds Turnpike n Mt Elam rd 

Edward F., teamster, bds 733 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Eliza A., widow Velorous E., h 733 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Fred E., rem to Boston 

Frederick R., farmer, h Turnpike n Mt. Elam rd 

May I. Miss, prop Phoenix studio 355 1-2 Main, bds 28 Maple 
Whitaker Byron A., foreman F. S. B. Co., h 10 Wood 

Nicholas T. Rev., pastor First M. E. church, h 58 Oliver 

WHITAKER S. EDGAR, electrical engineer and contractor 
(3) 129 Main, bds 58 Oliver [see page 448] 
Whitcomb Belle Miss, h 52 1-2 Day 

C. Austin, teacher violin (Mauch & Whitcomb) 117 Main, 

h 60 Lawrence 
Charles A., emp freight depot F. R. R., bds 30 Charles 
Charles H., bookkeeper Star Worsted Co., h Longwood av n 

Upland rd 
Ellen M., widow Charles A., h 111 Snow 
Fred E., driver American Express Co., h 25 Forest 
George M., freight conductor F. R. R., h Pleasant View park 
George O.,' clerk 378 Main, bds 30 Charles 
Gilbert B., driver Palace Steam Laundry, res Leominster 
Granville, farmer, bds 63 Lawrence 
Harry A., clerk F. Worsted Co., bds 111 Snow 
Henry F., emp Dana L. Fuller, h 51 Central 
James H., cashier American Exp. Co. and National Exp. Co., h 

63 Lawrence 
John, emp A. N. Lowe, h 30 Charles 
Olin G., clerk Cobb, Aldrich & Co., bds 30 Charles 
Otis L., emp W. A. Garno, h r 10 Lincoln 
Walter E., milk dealer 79 Charles, rms do. 
Will B., emp 94 Summer, h 166 do. 
White Andrew, steam fitter emp 453 Main, h 61 North 
Charles H., emp Beoli Co., bds 57 Sanborn 
Daniel, tailor, h 14 Belmont 

Dosithe, confectionery and cigars 163 Fairmount, h do. 
Fremont M., emp E. J. Welch & Co., bds 20 Academy 
Grace M. Miss, stenographer F. Mfg. Co., bds 89 Summer 
Helen M. Mrs., h 121 Blossom 
Henry J., emp S. Mfg. Co., rms 19 Pleasant 
James, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 193 River 
John, rem to Massena, N. Y. 
John M., violin maker 20 Academy, h do. 
J. Warren, machinist P. M. Co., h 57 Forest 
Lotta A. Mrs., (White & Currier) 184 1-2 Main, h 49 Mt. 

Vernon 






300 FITCHBURG [W] DIRECTORY. 

White Perley, emp F. R. R. shop, h 355 Summer 

Philias J., emp F. R. R., h 32 Third 

Wilbur C, conductor F. R. R., h 55 Pacific 

& Currier, (Mrs. Lotta A. White and Miss Georgia M. Currier) 
millinery 184 1-2 Main 

— see LeBlanc 
Whitehouse Bion H., emp F. Steam Laundry, rms 81 Green 
Whiting Elmer H., emp F. R. R. shop, h 229 Summer 

Francis D., rem to Buffalo, N. Y. 

Haskell L., bds 229 Summer 

Herbert A., clerk F. R. R. car shops, h 180 Summer 

Sarah, widow Perez, h 52 High 

William W., agent, h 473 Main 

Winfred H., policeman, h 127 Snow 
Whitman Waldo, teamster emp city, h 67 Central 
Whitmore Mary Miss, bds 24 Paysou 
Whitney A. Bertha Miss, bds 208 Rollstone 

A. Eugene, brakeman N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 13 Redman 

Aaron F., h 154 Pleasant 

Abbie D. T., widow Sidney, h 208 Rollstone 

Adelaide C. Miss, h 21 School 

Albert A., carpenter, h 24 Milk 

Andrew, h off 304 Blossom 

Caroline, widow John, bds 121 Charles 

Cecil C, clerk 335 Main, h 10 Marshall 

Charles P., emp F. R. R. shop, rms 61 Clinton 

Charles P., emp G. H. Wheelock, h 56 North 

Charles S., driver N. Y. & B. D. Ex. Co., res Westminster 

WHITNEY COAL CO., Thomas E. Kielty mgr, coal and wood 
dealers r 64 Circle [see page 467] 
Eden S., clothing and gents' furnishings 354 Main, h 21 School 
Ella D. Miss, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 19 Cross 
Ernest C, emp F. S. E. Co., rms Central Fire Station 28 Oliver 
Ervin L., clerk 1 Main, h 30 Davis 
Eustace B., emp F. S. B. Co., h 47 Pacific 
Frank, rem to Boston 

Frank J. Mrs., dressmaker 16 Myrtle av, h do. 
Frank M., traveling salesman, h 30 Hartwell 
George A., office 208 Main, bds off 304 Blossom 
George B., teamster, h Mt. Elam rd 
George H., emp P. M. Co., h 305 Rollstone 
Harriette A., widow David, rem to Montreal, Can. 
Helen, widow Samuel, bds 22 Winter 
Helen A., widow Charles H., h Scott rd n Rind&e rd 
Herbert P., emp F. R. R. shop, h 33 Cottage sq 
John H., painter, h 36 Burnap 

Jonas, organ material maker 23 Newton pi, h 6 Cheever pi 
Mary W., widow John C, h 16 River 



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FITCHBURG [W] DIRECTORY. 301 

Whitney Maud E. Miss, teacher, bds 208 Rollstone 

Philip, emp C. B. & Co., bds 74 Wachusett, W. F. 
Roy L,, bookkeeper Allison & Sweet, bds 69 High 
Thomas S., rem 'to Ashburnham 
W. W., emp F. R R. car shops, bds 102 Pearl 
Waldo H., farmer, h Franklin rd n Oak Hill rd 
William H., emp P. M. Co., h 155 South 

Whitney's Opera House, John R. Oldfield manager, 208 Main 

Whittaker — see Whitaker 

Whittemore A. Miss, nurse inquire 196 Main, rms 30 Snow 
Abbie A. Miss, teacher, bds 18 River 
Alfred, marble worker emp 279 Main, h 246 Mechanic 
Charles H., janitor court house, h 115 Summer 
David J., emp E. M. D. & Co. and special policeman, h 242 
Mechanic 

WHITTEMORE ERIC H., mfr paper boxes 114 Lunenburg, 
h 1 Redman [see page 485] 

George D., machinist P. M. Co., h 96 Milk 

Henry, laborer, h Scott rd n Richardson rd 

Henry F., farmer, h Sheldon rd, W. F. 

Hervey M., h 16 River 

Orville A., emp F. R. R., h 66 North 

Sarah Emeline, widow David, h 242 Mechanic 

Theodore W., emp F. R. R., h 65 North 

William C , laborer, h 60 Myrtle av 

William E., coachman W. A. Hardy, bds 60 Myrtle av 
Whitten Edward D., emp F. R. R. shop, h 44 Bemis 

May E. Miss, emp E. M. D. & Co., bds 93 Green 
Whittier Mary C, widow Dr. Daniel B., h 105 Day 
Whittle Annie Mrs., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 84 Columbus 
Whitty Catherine E. Miss, teacher Clarendon St. school, bds 84 High 

Mary E. Miss, teacher High street school, bds 84 High 

William, teamster, h 84 High 
Whooley Daniel J., plumber emp 159 Main, bds 130 Laurel 

Elizabeth F. Miss, emp T. A. Manning, bds 130 Laurel 

John F., clerk, bds 130 Laurel 

Margaret, widow Michael, h 130 Laurel 
Whorlihan — see Whalon 

Whvte Ada M. Miss, nurse Burbank Hospital, bds do. 
Wickham Charles E., emp C. B. & Co., h 73 Cascade. W. F. 

Peter C, emp C. B. & Co., h 606 Westminster, W. F. 
Widlund August, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 13 West 

John, emp F. R. R. shop, h 3 Cane 
Wiehler Albert, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 122 Kimball 
Wiggins David, emp C. B. & Co., h 143 Westminster, W. F. 

Minnie Miss, emp C. B. & Co., bds 52 Norwood, W. F. 

Nellie Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 52 Norwood. W. F. 
Wijk John G. S., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 221 Hawes 



302 FITCHBURG [W] DIRECTORY. 

Wiklund Andrew, shoemaker 21 Prichard, bds 26 Lawrence 

John A., missionary Finn Baptist Mission, h 26 Lawrence 
Wilbar Chester H., rem to Quincy 
Wilbur Carrie L. Miss, bookkeeper 162 Main,'rms 19 Cross 

Edward R., bookkeeper E. F. B. & Co., rms 28 Summer 

Louis N., rms 19 Cross 

Willard R., clerk S. R.-M. Co., bds 162 Myrtle av 
Wilcox George, emp Jennison Plumbing Co., h 27 Cedar 

George W., baggage master F. R. R., h 7 Concord 
Wild Elizabeth, widow John, h 486 Water 

Mary J., widow Albert, housekeeper r 18 East 

William W., emp Union Pork Co., bds Marshall rd n Pearl ext 
Wilder Charles W., carpenter, h 33 Milk 

WILDER CHARLES W., variety wood turner and manufac- 
turer wood turning lathes r 126 Water, h 203 South [see 
page 442] 

Elbridge G., emp F. R. R. shop, h 20 Congress 

Eli F., clock repairer, h 3 Winthrop ct 

Franklin, teamster, bds 3 Winthrop ct 

George B., foreman cabinet work F. R. R., bds 154 Intervale 

Harry, teamster emp 7 Circle, res Leominster 

John, emp F. R. R. shops, bds 154 Intervale 

Levi, machinist 180 Albee, h 251 South 

Mary F. Miss, bds 230 River 

William E., clerk 193 Main, h 35 Charles 
Wilding Robert, emp Orswell Mills, bds 50 West 
Wilds Minta Mrs., housekeeper 26 South 
Wile Edward, brakeman F. R. R., rms 44 Day 
Wiley Augustus A., conductor N. Y., N. H. & H. R, R., h 105 
Highland av 

Augustus N., jobber, h 470 Water 

Bertha A. Miss, music teacher, bds 109 Prichard 

C. Erastus, emp N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 13 Brigham 

Frank E., brakeman F. R. R., rms 5 Cherry 

James B., shoemaker emp 349 Main, rms 10 Cottage sq 

John, machinist S. Mfg. Co., h 109 Prichard 

Mary E., widow R. George, h 11 Cottage sq 

Nellie L. Miss, stenographer high school, bds 11 Cottage sq 

Walter K., (Gilchrest, Wiley & Foss) Central cor Brook, h 
26 1-2 Arlington 
Wiljand Salmon, laborer, h r 99 Mechanic 
Wilkes Edward, emp C. B. & Co., h 62 Cascade, W. F. 

Jonathan, emp Clinton, h 58 Marshall 
Wilkins George E., farmer, h Ashby west rd 

Ira G., bookkeeper 527 Main, h 17 Arlington 

Lewis, emp F. W. Co., bds 243 1-2 Water 

Nathan, emp P. M. Co., h Townsend cor Pearl 
Wilkinson Cora J. Mrs., h (3) 10 Day 



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FITCHBURG [WJ DIRECTORY. 303 

Wilkinson George H., rem to Taunton 

Hannah, widow William, bds 207 Water 

John A., emp Beoli Co., bds 697 Westminster Hill id, W. F. 
Willard Alonzo W., bds American House 

Anna J. Miss, bookkeeper 228 Main, bds 84 Arlington 

David E., h 52 Cedar 

Etta F. Miss, teacher, bds 84 Arlington 

Frank A., provision dealer, h 92 Highland av 

Frank O., rem to New York city 

George G., emp U. M. Co., h 15 Oliver 

Isaac G., emp F. R. R. shop, h 84 Arlington 

Josephine G. Miss, music teacher, bds 84 Arlington 

Mattie C. Miss, bookkeeper 210 Main, bds 84 Arlington 

Sarah L., widow Warren, rem to Leominster 

Screen Plate Co., F. Fosdick treas, mfrs screen plates for paper 
machines, Cleghorn cor Oak Hill rd 

Viola W. Mrs., bds 36 Lincoln 
Willet— see Ouellet 
Willey Eugene F., overseer Grant Yarn Co.. h 5Q Marshall 

WILLIAMS A. P. & CO., (A. P. Williams and J. W. Gar- 
rett) painters, glaziers, paper hangers and dealers in paints 
and oils and roof coating 73 Laurel [see page 494] 
Addison L., trav salesman C. A. Cross & Co., rms 53 Fox 
Albert E., piano and organ tuner 250 Main, h 73 Pine 
Alonzo P., (A. P. WiUiams & Co.) 73 Laurel, h 360 Lunenburg 
Archie S., clerk H. G. Greene, bds (6) 10 Day 
Bertie E. Miss, cashier 378 Main, rms 53 Fox 
Charles H. Mrs., bds 9 Princeton rd, W. F. 
Charles H., carpenter, h 72 Jerry 
Ernest E., emp I. J. A. & C. Works, h 8 Fulton 
Frank, laborer, h Highview beyond Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Furniture Co., furniture and house furnishings 46 and 50 Day 
George F., rags and paper stock 98 North, res Lunenburg 
George F., emp F. S. E. Co., rms 19 Bond 
George R., manager Armour & Co. 31 Laurel, h 98 do. 
Isadora E., widow Edmund L., h (6) 10 Day 
James B., emp P. M. Co., bds 116 High 
John, emp S. R.-M. Co., bds 3 Factory sq 
John D., (Williams Furniture Co.) 46 and 50 Day, h 5 Holt 
John J., mason, h 116 High 
Lewis E., coal and wood 33 Snow, bds 32 do. 
Luther E., drug clerk 166 Main, bds 8 Congress pi 
Morris H., carpenter, h 30 Hartwell 
Warren W., veterinary surgeon, bds 293 Rollstone 
William, quarryman, rms 56 Kimball 
Williamson Enoch, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 407 Main 

William, emp Orswell Mills, h 8 Sheldon 
Willis George E., motorman F. & L. St. Ry., h 689 Water 



304 FITCHBURG [WJ DIRECTORY. 

Willis Henry A., pres Rollstone National Bank, treas Worcester 
North Savings Institution, and pres F. & L. St. Rv. Co., 
h 138 Prichard 

Mary A. Mrs., bds 355 Summer 

Millie L. Miss, clerk Lowe Bros. & Co., rms 84 Snow 

William C, rem to Holden 

William H., rem to Nashua, N. H. 

William M., public weigher, notary public and justice of peace 
97 Main, bds 138 Prichard 
Willoughby Elburton, painter, h 132 Milk 

Frank H., rem to New York 

Laura A., widow Daniel W., h 132 Milk 
Wilson Albeit H., emp S. Mfg. Co., bds 58 Blossom 

Alexander, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 57 Grove 

Charles D. Mrs., bds 4 Pearl 

Claude L., rem to Greenville, R. I. 

Edward, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), h 251 Oak Hill rd 

Eliza, widow Joseph S., h 37 Highland av 

Eliza J. Miss, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 32 Baker 

George J., h 96 Canton 

George W., rem to Lunenburg 

Hugh, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 88 Oak Hill rd 

James, overseer Parkhill Mfg. Co. (A), h 57 Grove 

James, driver A. A. Bassett, h 62 Laurel 

John, emp F. Mfg. Co., bds 32 Baker 

Maggie Miss, emp F. Worsted Co., rms 143 Blossom 

Pearl H. Miss, emp F. S. B. Co., bds 55 Myrtle av 

Robert F., boarding house 27 Cleghorn 

Stephen H., foreman S. Mfg. Co., h 39 Cedar 

Thomas N. Mrs., h 223 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Walter P., emp C. B. & Co., h 27 Temple, W. F. 

Walter P. K., blacksmith emp 45 Academy, bds 38 Prichard 
Winans Henry P., emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 16 Winthrop 

Jane, widow John, bds 62 Laurel 

Marv L. Miss, h 62 Laurel 
Winch Blrdsie F., baggage master N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., h 39 East 

Olin J., clerk 38 Main, h 108 Green 

William, h 19 Payson 

William Mrs., teacher, h 19 Payson 
Winchester Adeline, widow Albert N., bds 91 Charles 

Emma C, widow Henry, bds 22 Congress 

Silas A., engineer F. R. R., h 74 Highland av 

Walter E., emp F. Creamery, h 15 Payson 
Winn Frank, emp F. W 7 . Co., bds 11 Fourth 
v^V-Winslow Charles H., sawmaker S. Mfg. Co., h 157 Myrtle av 

John W., (Winslow & Hall) 25 Prichard, h 403 Summer 

& Hall, (John W. Winslow and Fred L. Hall) pianos, organs 
and sewing machines 25 Prichard 






FITCHBURG [WJ DIRECTORY. 305 

Winter William S., butcher; h Turnpike n Oak Hill id 
Winters George, h 97 Summit 
Wintraub Simon, tin peddler, h 614 Main 
Wiren Anna Mrs., dressmaker 107 High, h do. 

Henry P., baker emp H. A. Seidel, h 107 High 
Wise Fred E., barber, bds 4 Main 

George C., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 5 Clinton 
Sarah B., widow George B., bds 8 Beacon 
Wiswell Charles, rnotorman F. & L. St. Ry., rms 629 Water 
E. Stanton, rem to Boston 
Emily E. Miss, bds 10 Cottage sq 
Frank C, emp Beoli Co., h 79 Phillips, W. F. 
Isaac D., carpenter, h 10 Cheever pi 
Wita Oscar, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 7 Hazel 
Witham Rose A. Miss, rem to Cambridge 
Witherell Fred L., clerk 46 Main, h 11 1-2 Highland av 
George H., milk peddler, bds 11 1-2 Highland av 
John H., emp S. R.-M. Co., h 11 1-2 Highland av 
Withington Albert, teamster M. Webber, h 293 Rollstone 
Alonzo, canvasser, bds 11 Lincoln 
Charles Mrs., bds 11 Lincoln 
George E., salesman Armour & Co., h 50 Forest 
John W., peddler, h 12 Jerry 
Wittekindt Reinhardt, engineer J. B. Mfg. Co., h 47 Newton 
Wohlleben Lena Mrs., bds 13 Wall 
Wolf Fred E., rem to Fall River 

Michael, emp F. R. R., bds 10 Washington 
Peter, emp F. R. R. yard, bds 10 Washington 
Wolfe Charles H., carpenter, bds 81 Laurel 
Wolff Charles Ludwig, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C), and janitor 4 

Frankfort, h do. 
Wolfram Mary L. Miss, clerk 152 Main, rms 126 Snow 
Wolter Henry, fireman C. B. & Co., rms 230 Westminster, W. F. 
Wonkka Abram, laborer, h 10 Harwood pi 
Wood Ada F. Miss, emp 336 Main, bds do. 
Allen B., clerk, h 197 Blossom 
Annah C. Miss, bds 276 Lunenburg 
Carrie, widow Joseph I., h 33 Pearl 
Elizabeth, widow Sylvanus, bds 10 Prospect 
Frank A., meat market 7 Laurel, h 36 Winter 
Frank W., clerk 7 Laurel, bds 36 Winter 
George M., emp Leominster, h 32 Clinton 
Helen Miss, clerk 152 Main, bds The Fitchburg 
Henry, emp F. & L. St. Ry. power station, h 41 Winter 
Jane, widow William, h 29 North 
John Rev., h 242 Blossom 
John, rem to Boston 
John B., mason, h 148 Myrtle av 



306 FITCHBURG [WJ DIRECTORY. 

Wood John H., fireman F. & L. St. Ry., h 41 Winter 

Joseph, emp Orswell Mills, bds 50 West 

Joseph, steamfitter emp 453 Main, h 120 Laurel 

Joseph H., boarding house 29 North 

Julius W., painter, h9 Redman 

Levi, hostler 23 Snow, rins 28 do. 

Melbern A., h 35 Hawes 

Moses, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., h 64 Granite 

Theophile David, laborer, h 27 Burnap 

Timothy, rem to Boston 

Timothy J., h 47 Albee 

Walter, emp 96 Main, bds do. 

Walter, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., h 167 Rollstone 

Wilbur F., farmer R. Wallace, h Kimball rd, W. F. 

William, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., h 9 Fulton 

William H., real estate agent, bds 148 Myrtle av 
Woodard William H., rem to Leominster 
Woodbury Charles, h 260 Summer 

Clara A. Mrs., teacher, bds 260 Summer 

Helen E. Miss, teacher Goodrich street school, bds 260 Summer 

Louisa A., widow William, h 260 Summer 

School, Turnpike n Franklin rd, W. F. 
Woodcomb Alexander Jr., emp Beoli Co., h 137 Phillips, W. F. 

Edmund, emp Beoli Co., h 34 Sprague, W. F. 

Esther Miss, nurse Burbank Hospital, bds do. 

Felix, student, bds 99 Temple, W. F. I 

Fred, emp C. B. & Co., bds 99 Temple, W. F. 

George, emp F. W. Co., bds 296 Water 

Joseph, emp Beoli Co., h 99 Temple, W. F. 

Julius, emp Beoli Co., h 17 Temple, W. F. 

Lucy Miss, h 99 Temple, W. F. 

Peter, emp Beoli Co., h 70 Sanborn, W. F. 
Woodhead Albert, emp Beoli Co., h 697 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

William H., photographer, bds 697 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Woodruff Carlton W., student, bds 18 Mechanic 

Dwight C, traveling salesman, h 48 Arlington 

May L. Miss, rms 311 Main 
Woods Alonzo, rem to Clinton 

Charles E., emp P. M. Co., h 70 North 

Daniel, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 44 Kimball 

Elizabeth, widow Thomas, h 12 Leighton 

WOODS GUY, prop Rollstone Stables 23 Academy, h 22 Holt 
[see page 498] 
Hannah B., widow David F., bds 71 High 
Henry R., clerk Guy Woods, rms 23 Academy 
Hervey E., clerk 152 Main, h 121 Snow 
John E., weaver Beoli Co., h 23 Vernon, W. F. 
Leo A., emp F. Shirt Co., bds 183 Albee 



FITOHBURG fW] DIRECTORY. 807 

Woods Mary A. Miss, housekeeper 23 Vernon, W. F. 

Sophia S., widow William H., dressmaker 44 Oliver, h do. 

— see Wood 
Woodward Bixby S., (Woodward & Jones) 13 Day, rms 138 Milk 

Charles F., manager Fitchburg Marble and Granite Co. rear 257 
Main, h 23 Summer 

Charles M., train despatcher F. R. R., h 102 Lawrence 

Charles W., emp P. M. Co., h 8 Cross 

WOODWARD F. F. & CO. (F. F. Woodward), flour and grain 
mill, elevator and storehouse 630 to 650 River, office 348 
Main [see page 473] 
Frederick F., (F. F. Woodward & Co.) and (Fitchburg Grain 
Co.) 348 Main, h 5 Bluff av 

WOODWARD GEORGE B., prop Fitchburg Flour Co. 46 
Main, h 123 Summer [see page 473] 
John E., emp P. M. Co., h 106 Lawrence 
Nellie M. Miss, emp 336 Main, bds do. 
S. Edmund, baggage master F. R. R., h 38 Lincoln 
Stella A. Miss, bds 5 Bluff av 

WOODWARD & JONES (B. S. Woodward and J. A. Jones), 
wholesale produce 13 Day [see page 474] 
Wood worth Charles C, engineer F. R. R., h 198 Blossom 

WOOD WORTH D. SIDNEY, physician and surgeon 417 Main, 
h do. Office hours from 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. 
George H., rem to Hartford, Conn. 
Laura A. Miss, music teacher 417 Main, bds do. 
Woolacott Elon, bds 20 Temple, W. F. 

John, emp Beoli Co., h 94 Phillips, W. F. 
Sidney, emp Beoli Co., bds 94 Phillips, W. F. 
Woolford Richard, machinist emp P. M. Co., h 22 Everett 
Worcester County Jail, B. D. Dwinnell jailer, 421 Water 

WORCESTER NORTH SAVINGS INSTITUTION, Henry 
A. Willis treas, 131 Main [see page 427] 
W r orks Farrington, teamster, bds Ashburnham Hill rd 

Frank H., (Works & Briggs) (42) 145 Main, res Lunenburg 

Martha A. Miss, rms Ashburnham Hill rd 

T. Benton, farmer and dealer in live stock and fresh beef, h 

Ashburnham Hill rd 
& Briggs (Frank H. Works and Homer R. Briggs), engineers, 
contractors and architectural iron and bridge work (42) 145 
Main 
Wornham Frank, emp R. K. Proctor, h Mt. Elam rd 
Worster Betsey Mrs., dressmaker 62 Cascade, W. F., h do. 

Charles L., slater William Edwards Slate Co., h 21 Union 
Edward, emp G. E. Waite & Co., bds 62 Cascade, W. F. 
Elizabeth, widow John S., h 88 Pleasant 

Frank H., manager William Edwards Slate Co. 83 Water, bds 
88 Pleasant 



308 FITCHBURG [W] DIRECTORY. 

Worster Jessie E. Miss, teacher, bds 88 Pleasant 

John A., farmer, h Fisher rd 

Lewis H., wool sorter Star Worsted Co., h 67 Prichard 

Merrick M., erap G. E. Waite & Co., bds 26 Cascade, W. F. 
Worthley Frank W., engineer N. Y., N. H. & H. E. R., h 49 Pine 
Wray Henry, emp F. M. Works, h 23 Winter 
Wright Abbott, jobber, h Berry ext n Goodrich street school 

Alfred, night caller F. R. R., bds 85 Myrtle av 

Annie, widow Eugene A., bds 5 Linden 

Alvin H., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 30 Cedar 

Arthur A., foreman repairs F. R. R., h 26 Payson 

Atwell W., meat market and grocer 36 Day, rms 24 do. 

Charles H., engineer F. R. R., rms 110 Blossom 

E. Urania Mrs., h 267 Oak Hill rd 

Edward B., engineer F. Gas and El. Light Co., bds 267 Oak 
Hill rd 

Frank B., supt F. F. Woodward & Co., res Leominster 

Frank E., clerk Hotel Balmoral, bds do. 

George A., emp 39 Elm, bds do. 

George E , rem to Lunenburg 

George L., emp C. B. & Co., bds 84 Wachusett, W. F. 

George W T ., job printer 360 Main, h 484 do. 

Harry G., emp S. Mfg. Co., h 85 Laurel 

Harry G. Mrs., dressmaker 85 Laurel, h do. 

Isaac C, h 58 Summer 

Janet Y. Miss, teacher, bds 20 Linden 

John Q., h 43 Atlantic av 

Joseph, overseer wool sorter Star W T or steel Co., h 49 1-2 West 

Lavinia, widow J. W., h 484 Main 

Martha, widow George, h 20 Linden 

Martha S. Miss, teacher, bds 20 Linden 

Peter, laborer, h 54 Payson 

Sharp B., carpenter, bds 49 1-2 West 

W r alter, foreman Star Worsted Co.. bds 49 1-2 West 

W. David, emp F. R. R., h 45 Walnut 

William, emp S. Mfg. Co., h 21 Oliver 

William H./emp F. R. R., h 27 Payson 

William H., emp Falulah Paper Co., h 88 Highland av 

William I., emp I. J. A. & 0. Works, bds 276 Oak Hill rd 
Wrin Cornelius, emp Beoli Co., h 29 Temple, W. F. 
W r uatila Herman, rem to Finland 

Wunderlich Robert C, emp C. B. & Co., h Turnpike, W. F. 
Wuorinen Oscar, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 87 Mechanic 
Wuth Erail A., rem to Westminster 

Gustave H., manager and treas German Co-operative Grocery 
Co. 106 Kimball, h do. 

Max, emp Beoli Co., h 45 Farmer, W. F. 









FITCHBURG [Y] DIRECTORY. 3() ( .) 

Wyatt George, emp E. A. Goodrich, bds r 101 Summer 

Harry, emp James Heslam, bds Pearl Hill rd 
Wyeth Esther Mrs., bds Marshall rd 

William J., farmer, h Marshall rd 
Wylie Andrew, clerk 210 Main, h 15 Goddard 

Wyman Alfred A., treas C. A. Cross & Co. (incorporated), h 28 
Beacon 

Charles H., trav salesman I. J. A. & C. Works, h 9 Park 

Emily A., widow J. D., h 25 Goddard 

Essie E. Miss, nurse, h 54 Prichard 

Frank W r ., clerk water registrar's office, bds 53 Milk 

Henrietta C. Mrs., nurse, inquire 196 Main, h 368 do. 

Henry H., rem to Town send 

Herbert W., foreman F. Water Works, h 53 Milk 

Louise, widow Charles S., h 34 Harrison av 

Winchester, h 53 Milk 

Yakoobian Charles, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, rms 19 Federal 

Krikor, emp I. J. A. & C. Works, bds 19 Federal 

Manook, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., rms 19 Federal 
Yale William A., carpet layer emp P. A. Nourse, h 130 Snow 
Yartin Joseph, laborer, h 57 Jerry 
Ybyla August, laborer, bds 85 Mechanic 
Yeaton Edward L., manager S. K. Ames butter store, 76 Main, 

rms 84 Snow 
Yee Wing, laundry 72 Green, rms do. 

Wong, laundry 402 Main, rms do. 
Yekel Jacob, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 2 Laflamme pi 
Yelle Adrian, emp 109 Water, h 99 East 

Matthew, butcher emp 177 Main, h 99 East 
York Hermann, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 76 Beech 

Paul, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 76 Beech 
Young Benjamin A., policeman, h 40 Charles 

Charles E., carpenter, h 42 Orange 

Enoch R. Mrs., bds 211 Blossom 

Ernest A., author, h 138 Mt. Vernon 

Frank, emp F. R. R. shops, bds 154 Intervale 

Frank, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 120 Kimball 

Fred A., bookkeeper Fitchburg National Bank, h 25 Allston pi 

Fred L., h 38 Dav 

Fred W., foreman F. R. R. shop, h 23 Garnet 

Fred W. Jr., draughtsman F. R. R., h 65 Mt. Vernon 

Harrison, emp Beoli Co., h 826 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Henry, emp F. R. R., bds Hotel Westmoreland 

Mary Miss, bds 48 Hartwell 

Men's Christian Association, 254 Main 

Phineas, emp Beoli Co., bds 826 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 



310 FITCHBUEG [Z] DIRECTORY. 

Young Richard, rem to Canada 

Robert B., bookkeeper Fitchburg Loan, Trust and Safety De- 
posit Co., rms 22 Goodwin 

William F., rem to Boston 

Zechariah F., h 14 Pleasant 
Younglove George T., carpenter, h 25 Cottage sq 

Mabel W. Miss, stenographer E. F. B. & Co., bds 25 Cottage sq 

William, clerk 378 Main, bds 25 Cottage sq 
Yuu Y. S., laundry 8 and 26 Day, rms do. 
Yvon John B. W., physician 148 1-2 Water, h do. 

Zanono Augustus J., inspector F. G. and E. L. Co., rms 316 Main 
Zeigler Charles J., emp Boston Screw Co., bds 25 Bond 

Jacob, cabinet maker, h 25 Bond 
Zink Fred, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., bds 120 Kimball 

John, emp Parkhill Mfg. Co., h 120 Kimball 
Zwicker Charles A., foreman carpenter J. D. Littlehale. h 26 Burnap 

Joseph W., foreman carpenter J. D. Littlehale, rms 31 Grove 



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Accountants. 

Delahanty Charles J., 61 Academy 
Hitchcock Hiland C, 53 Grove 

Adjustable Saw Bench Mfrs, 

Adjustable Saw Table Co., r 5 Main 

Agricultural Tools. 

CUMMINGS & SHEDD, 350 Main (see page 467) 
DAMON & GOULD CO., 135 Mam (see page 466) 
LAWRENCE SONS & CO., 40 Main (see page 466) 

Air Compressor Mfrs. 

BURLEIGH ROCK DRILL CO., 129 Main (see page 440) 

Apothecaries. 

BOUTWELL H. F., 189 Main (see page 456) 

BURGESS A. H., 248 Main (see page 455) 

DAY STREET DRUG STORE, C. A. Fournier manager, 25 Day 

(see page 457) 
Derby J. P., 375 Main 
Deschenes Napoleon M., 134 Fairmount 
ESTABROOK H. A., 196 Main (see page 455) 
FAIRBANKS A. W., 28 Main cor Willow (see page 457) 
GREEN STREET PHARMACY, W. D. Johnson & Co. props., 

78 Green (see page 457) 
GREENE H. G. 122 Main (see page 455) 
JOEL D. H., 207 Main (see front cover) 
L'Esperance & Burns, 144 Water 
MOORE FRANK B., 155 Lunenburg (see page 454) 
O'CONNOR D. CHARLES & CO., 243 Main (see page 457) 
PAGE HARVEY S. & CO., 425 Main (see page 456) 
Pierson Frank I. & Co., 190 Water 
ROCKWELL H. F., 401 Main (see page 455) 
SAWYER EDWARD A., 365 Main (see page 456) 
Stone F. S., 166 Main 
THORN MEDICINE CO. THE, 25 Westminster, W. F. (see 

page 456) 



312 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Architects. 
FRANCIS HENRY M., Wallace building (4) 387 Main (see 

page 486) 
LAPOINTE H. P., (41) 229 Main (see page 486) 
MOULTON EDGAR S., 13 Holt (see page 486) 
PAGE LEROY J., Longwood av cor Upland rd (see page 486) 
SWIFT EDWIN T., 172 Myrtle av (see page 490) 

Art Embroidery. 

Jaquith A. R. Mrs., 199 Main 
Wentworth Fannie E. Mrs., r 409 Main 

Artificial Granite Mfrs. 

New Hampshire Moulded Granite Co., 14 Day 
Artificial Limb Mfr. 
McGinnis Charles H., 38 Prichard 

Artists. 
DONNELLY THOMAS E., 183 Water (see page 493) 
Estabrook Florence C. Mrs., 123 Blossom 
Farnsworth Frank E., (crayon) 368 Main 
Sawyer Adelaide R. Miss, 23 Summer 

Artists' Materials. 

BURGESS A. H., 248 Main (see page 455) 

Butler Katie A. Mrs., 154 Water 

COOK B. A. & CO., 237 Main (see page 493) 

ESTABROOK H. T. & CO., 256 Main (see page 452) 

ROCKWELL H. F., 401 Main (see page 455) 

TAYLOR E. E., (5) Park bldg, 117 Main (see page 447) 

Attorneys- at- Late. 

Babbitt & Farrar, 206 Main 

BAILEY HARRISON, (9) 352 Main (see page 444) 

BATCHELDER C. A., Rollstone Bank block, (6) 129 Main (see 

page 444) 
Blood C. H., Wachusett Bank bldg, Main cor Day 
Gallagher T. F., Elm near Prichard 
Graves Samuel L., (16) 229 Main 
HALL & FREEMAN, (27) 145 Main (see page 446) 
Hayden Charles S., (5 and 6) Wachusett Bank building 
HAYNES & LEVY, Rollstone Bank building, (7) 129 Main (see 

page 445) 
LAWSON SAMUEL C, (3 and 4) 191 Main (see page 445) 
McConnell J. E., (21) 145 Main 
McMAHON JAMES H., (3 and 4) Park bldg 117 Main (see 

page 446) 
MILLER S. W., (15) 229 Main (see page 445) 
NORCROSS & BAKER, 140 Main (see page 444) 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 313 

Pechner Hugo, 355 1-2 Main 

PHELAN DANIEL B., (1) 186 Main (see page 446) 

Pierce & Stiles, (2) 355 1-2 Main 

Robinson Herbert H., (30) 229 Main 

TUPPER & LANE, (3) 129 Main (see page 445) 

WALSH DAVID L, (6 and 7) Park bldg, 117 Main (see p 446) 

WARE CHARLES E., (10 and 11) 352 Main (see page 444) 

Auctioneers. 

Brooks H. W., 87 Main 

Buttrick Francis, 17 Cottage sq 

Macy E. B., 186 Main 

Macy E. J., 186 Main 

UPHAM N. C, (41) 145 Main (see page 448) 

Automatic Sprinklers. 

PARKS G. M., 453 Main (see inside back cover) 

Awnings. 
BUXTON A. A., 37 Grove (see page 463) 
HARLEY DANIEL, 210 Main (see page 459) 

Babbitt Metal Mfrs. 

COWDREY C. H. MACHINE WORKS, rear 5 Main (see front 

colored page VI) 
Hardy W. A., 113 Water 
PUTNAM MACHINE CO., Putnam near Main (see front colored 

page IV) 
Welch E. J. & Co., 80 to 86 Lunenburg 

Badge (Ribbon and Society) Mfrs. 

Ogden John W., 7 1-2 Highland av 

Bag Filling Machine Mfrs. 

Brown Bag Filling Machine Co., 5 Main 

Bakers. 
BASSETT A. A, 32 Day (see page 471) 
Beauregard Joseph, 29 Daniels 
Boyle Edward F., 6 Second 
Cadorette Emanuel, 32 Clarendon 
Dunn John T., 224 Water 
Feldman Charles, 138 Water 
Fluet Pierre, 13 Plymouth 
Halford Winfred H., 16 Elm 
Ha worth John, 60 Green 
Haynes F. W. & Co., 7 and 9 Circle 
Horton D. G., 130 River 

LEWIS HENRY J., 24 Laurel (see page 472) 
NELSON & SW ANSON, 306 Main (see page 472) 
Raymond Luman, agent, 131 Westminster, W. F. 



314 FITCHBUEG DIRECTORY. 

READ EDWIN M., 370 Main (see page 471) 
RUGG A. A. Mrs., 185 Main (see page 471) 
SEIDEL H. A., 9 Blossom <^see page 471) 
SEWARD I. G. & CO., 36 Main (see page 472) 

Ball (Forged) Mfrs. 

FITCHBURG STEEL BALL CO., 211 Lunenburg (see p 440) 
SIMONDS ROLLING-MACHINE CO., W r illow cor Main (see 

page 440) 

Band and Jig Sawing. 
Colon Warren, rear 5 Main 

DAVIS MIAL, ESTATE OF, 31 North (see front cover) 
PRIEST C. A. LUMBER CO., 45 Rollstone (see inside back 

cover) 
SMITH J. T., rear 126 Water (see page 443) 

Bands and Orchestras. 

Allen's Orchestra, Charles E. Allen manager, 39 Cedar 

Becker's Orchestra, 239 1-2 Main 

FITCHBURG MILITARY BAND, G. A. Patz leader and con- 
ductor, Arthur Geoffrion agent, Park bldg, 117 Main (see 
page 453) 

French Band, 399 Main 

Howard & Latter's Orchestra, office 145 Main 

Litch & Allen's Orchestra, 39 Cedar 

RUSSELL ORCHESTRA, THE, G. A. Patz leader and con- 
ductor, Arthur Geoffrion agent, Park bldg, 117 Main (see 
page 453) 

Banks. 

[See also Co-operative Banks.] 

FITCHBURG LOAN, TRUST AND SAFETY DEPOSIT CO., 

125 Main (see page 429) 
FITCHBURG NATIONAL BANK, 352 Main (see page 425) 
FITCHBURG SAVINGS BANK, 352 Main (see page 425) 
ROLLSTONE NATIONAL BANK, 131 Main (see page 427) 
SAFETY FUND NATIONAL BANK, 229 Main (see page 426) 
WACHUSETT NATIONAL BANK, Main cor Day (see p 426) 
WORCESTER NORTH SAYINGS INSTITUTION, 131 Main 

(see page 427) 

Barbers. 

[See also Hairdressers.] 

Allard & Bonney, 206 Main 

Anthil Octave, 167 Fairmoimt 

Babbitt C. A., Main cor Laurel 

Ballou John F., 548 Westminster, W. F. 

Barnes James W., 507 Main 

Bodo Tellis T., 10 Putnam 

Bourdeau Joseph M., 21 Day 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 315 

Briggs Frank, 353 Main 

Clark L. E., 8 Main 

Cody George, 1080 River, W. F. 

Courchene George, 6 Day 

Delorme Louis S., 72 Main 

Donahue Peter, 186 1-2 Water 

Duquette J. P., 173 Main 

Farns worth Frank E., 368 Main 

Fournier Louis P., 37 First 

Gladding D. P., 47 Bemis 

Gleason Martin H., Fulton near Cane 

Hart George E., 145 Lunenburg 

Hilton D. W., 396 Main 

Lambert Joseph, 33 Day 

Leclair Alfred, 40 Sheridan 

Leclair Edward, 122 Fairmount 

L'Ecuyer John B., 62 Green 

Leonard Richard I)., 148 Water 

Marois Louis N., rear The Fitchburg, 369 Main 

Noonan William, 268 Water 

Pepin A. E., 195 1-2 Main 

Quinlan Charles J., 1 Westminster, W. F. 

Remington O. P., under American House 

Roberge Frank X., 32 Cleghorn 

Rowley Joseph R., 1 Dover 

Thomas G. W., 198 Water 

Welch Albert L., 52 Kimball 

Bath Rooms. 

Jackson S. E. Mrs. (hygiene), 56 Grove 
Remington O. P., under American House 

Batting and Twine Mfrs, 

Bartow & Cookson (batting), 413 River 
Fitchburg Cotton Mill, 527 Main 

Beef ( Wholesale). 

[See Meat Markets.] 

Bell Hanger. 

Galpin Samuel W., 1 Joslin pi r 26 Summer 

Belting Dealers. 

DAMON & GOULD CO., 135 Main (see page 466) 
HART ELMER E., r 1 Main (see page 436) 
JOHNSON WILLIAM C, 109 Water (see page 487) 
KNOWLTON GEORGE B., 3 Main (see page 465) 
LAWRENCE SONS & CO., 40 Main (see page 466) 



316 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Bicycle Dealers and Bepairers. 

COWDREY C. H. MACHINE WORKS, (repairers) r 5 Main 

(see front colored page VI) 
Holland J. A. Cycle Co., (repairers) 244 Main 
JOHNSON IYER SPORTING GOODS CO, Sidney J. Francis 

mgr, 247 Main (see back cover) 
NATHAN & REMINGTON, 82 Main (see page 463) 
NEWTON A. G, 30 Main (see back cover) 
MICHOLS <fc FROST, 152 Main (see page 458) 
Sanborn Herbert C, 373 Main 

Bicycle Mfrs. 

JOHNSON'S IVER ARMS AND CYCLE WORKS, 109 River 
(see page opp map and front edge) 

Bill Poster. 

Keith C. S, 477 and 479 Main 

Billiards and Pool. 

AMERICAN HOUSE, Will A. Cole prop, 5 Blossom (seepage 499) 

Ballou John F. (pool), 548 Westminster, W. F. 

Bijou Billiard Parlor, 234 Main 

Day A. S. & Son, 32 Main 

Donahue Peter, 186 1-2 Water 

Ferguson Hugh, basement 1070 River, W, F. 

FITCHBURG THE, Parker S. Fuller prop, 369 Main (see page 

499) 
Gaudet Edmund M. U., 176 Fairmount 
Girouard Jonas (pool), 81 Fairmount 
Guennette Denis (pool), 181 Fairmount 
Kittredge M. J, 31 Day 
Knight Frederick H, 1048 River, W. F. 
Leonard Richard D, 148 Water 
Little J. H., (3) 155 Main 
Moran James P. (pool), 1043 River, W. F. 
OLSON JOHN (pool), 505 Main (see page 452) 
Rowley Joseph R.. 1 Dover, 
Thomas G. W, 198 Water 

Blacksmiths and Horse Shoers. 

ADAIR HUGH A. (horse shoer), 17 Snow (see page 496) 

Brigham S. E., 7 and 9 Brook 

Burns Robert, 27 Oliver 

Chaisson James R, 203 Water 

Chilton William, r 126 Water 

Gosselin Louis A, 135 Lunenburg 

Gould T. W, 519 Main 

Hadd G, 513 Main 

HESSION THOMAS S, 1060 River, W. F. (see page 497) 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 317 

HOLT A. A., 106 Lunenburg (see page 495) 

Littlefield O. E., Circle 

McBain Daniel (horse shoer), 45 Academy 

Menard Joseph, 144 Fairmount 

MITTEN G. J., Back Bay off Putnam (see page 496) 

Newton & Hill, 6 Baker 

Poirier Andre, 1051 River, W. F. 

Poland Sylvanus, 73 Laurel 

Riordan James, rear 361 Main 

Waite G. E. & Co., 569 Westminster, W. F. 

Wheeler Warren L., 51 Academy 

Blank Book Mfrs. 

CUMMINGS & REMINGTON, 356 Main (see page 434) 
THOMPSON J. E., 118 Main (see page 452) 

Blank Books and Stationery (Wholesale). 

CUMMINGS & REMINGTON, 356 Main (see page 434) 

Boarding Houses. 
Bay State House, Mrs. E. Roys prop, 93 Main (Railroad sq) 
Berndt Feodor, 122 Kimball 
Cooke George H., 144 Main 
Drolet Frank, 149 Water 

Enas S. M. C. Mrs., 719 Westminster Hill road, W. F. 
Hotel Westmoreland, 27 Day 

Hughes Margaret Mrs., 752 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 
Kendall Frank H., 182 Westminster, W. F. 
Nashua House, Miss C. L. Kane prop, 104 Main 
Richardson George H. Mrs., 38 Prichard 
Sargent M. A. Mrs., 34 Cherry 
Slade Ellen M. Mrs., 92 Prichard 
Smith William, 17 Grove 
St. Germain Celina Miss, 515 Main 
Wilson Robert F., 27 Cleghorn 
Wood J. H., 29 North 

Boiler Maker. 
DILLON D. M., Crocker below Rollstone foundry (see page 436) 

Boiler Makers' Tools. 
PUTNAM MACHINE CO., Putnam n Main (see front colored 

page IV) 
THOMSON ALEXANDER, 20 Rollstone, office 411 Main (see 

page 435) 

Book Binders. 
CUMMINGS & REMINGTON, 356 Main (see page 434) 

Booksellers and Stationers. 
BOWKER F. E. & CO., 244 Main (see page 452) 
Butler T. J. Mrs., (Catholic) 154 Water 



318 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

CUMMINGS & REMINGTON, 356 Main (see page 434) 
Danielson Daniel, 296 Main 

DUMAIS J. OVIDE, 124 Fairmount (see page 482) 
ESTABROOK H. T., 256 Main (see page 452) 
OLSON JOHN, (Swedish) 505 Main (see page 452) 
THOMPSON J. EDWARD, 118 Main (seepage 452) 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Beaudreault Joseph, 13 Daniels 

Carey Thomas, 163 Main 

Coleman William H., 162 Water 

Conry Patrick, 198 Water 

Cote Pierre Mrs., 210 Fairmonnt 

Danielson Daniel, 296 Main 

Delisle Jacques, 17 Daniels 

Donnelly John G., 240 Main 

Donnelly Peter, 124 Main 

Fitzgerald Edmund H., 84 Temple, W. F. 

Gorman Fred E., (ladies' shoes) (25) 145 Main 

Jackson George B., 511 Main 

Kimball W. F., 142 and 367 Main 

Leblanc Pierre N., 89 Fairmount 

Manning D. F., 224 Main 

Mannix Matthew, 138 Water 

McNamara John, 825 Westminster Hill rd, W. F. 

Modern Merchandise Co., 220 Main 

Morin A., 45 Bemis 

Murray P., 1082 River, W. F. 

NEWTON A. G., 30 Main (see back cover) 

PERKINS B. H., 349 Main (see front cover) 

Pierce Arthur, 70 Main 

Pierce D. H., 209 Main 

Richardson Charles O., 174 Main 

SAMPLE, BROUSSEAU & CO., 47 Daniels (see page 459) 

Shea & Boudette, 169 Main 

Rossnar Herman F., 96 Leighton 

Wallace D. G., 170 Main 

Washer John E., 182 Main 

Boot and Shoe Findings. 

[See also Shoe Tip Manufacturers.] 

PIERCE JOSEPH & SON, 175 Main (see page 469) 

Boot and SJioe Makers and Bepairers. 

Beaudreault Joseph, 13 Daniels 

Bennett John, 52 Daniels 

Boutwell Asa, 135 Westminster, W. F. 

Carey Thomas, 163 Main 

Claman Mark, 28 Day 

Dauphinais Louis, 137 Fairmount 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 319 

DeRosa Joseph, 268 Water 

Donnelly John G., 240 Main 

Duperre Peter, 136 Water 

Eberhardt Theodore, 173 Main 

Ferguson John Jr., 190 1-2 Main 

George Cidric, 26 1-2 Day 

Gleason Martin H., Fulton n Cane 

Goguen Ephraim, 89 Fairmount 

Hebert Peter, 1064 River, W. F. 

Hervey O. M., 20 Elm 

Hoffman Charles, 58 Marshall 

Jackson George B., 511 Main 

Jensen Andrew, 78 River 

Kent Edward A., 87 Lunenburg 

Kimball W. F., 142 and 367 Main 

Kirkorin Charles, 1 Summer 

Leblanc Pierre N., 89 Fairmount 

Lynch Daniel, 18 First 

Mahan Charles O., 131 Lunenburg 

Mannix Matthew, 138 Water 

Marootian Charles, 26 Academy 

McCormick John, 222 Water 

McDonald John D., 8 Willow 

Nash John, 213 Water 

NEWTON A. G., 30 Main (see back cover) 

Nygreen Charles, 398 Main 

Parachain Solomon, 72 1-2 Green 

Peluso Michele, 258 Water 

PERKINS B. H., 349 Main (see front cover) 

Pierce D. H., 209 Main 

Pierce J. E.,'24 North 

Pucko John, 130 Water 

Putnam E. F., 35 Day 

Rabsal William, 109 Leigh ton 

Reardon Michael J., 198 Water 

Richard Frederick, 81 Charles 

Sauvageau Charles, 142 Fairmount 

Sefor Gava, 280 River 

Shea Patrick, basement 159 Westminster, W. F. 

Shea & Boudette, 169 Main 

St. Marie Israel, 11 Central 

Stowe Aaron W., 131 Lunenburg 

Wiklund Andrew, 21 Prichard 

Boot and Shoe Mfrs. 

BELDING E. F. & CO., 22 North, and salesroom 140 Bedford, 
Boston (see page 441) 

DICKINSON E. M. & CO., Main cor North, salesroom 83 Bed- 
ford, Boston (see page 441) 



320 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Boring Mills (Horizontal) Mfrs. 

FITCHBURG MACHINE WORKS, 13 to 21 Main (see front 
colored page VI) 

Bottlers. 
Brown Elmer E., 30 North 
Farrell Michael J., 263 Water 
Felton Abbott L., 87 Lunenburg 
Hanigan Maurice A. & Co., 23 Morris 
Keith Charles S., 477 and 479 Main 
Legnard Solomon, 268 Water 

Bowling Alleys. 

Ferguson Hugh, basement 1070 River, W. F. 
Kittredge M. J., 31 Day 

Box (Board) Machinery. 

LOVELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, 97 to 103 Boutelle (see 

page 437) 

Box Mfrs. 
ADAMS H. B., (turned wood) r 126 Water (see page 442) 
BROWN L., (turned wood) City Steam Mills, 31 North (see page 

442) 
Cushing S. G., (turned wood), 29 Newton pi 

GARNO WILLIAM A., 114 to 124 Lunenburg (see page 485) 
Leonard R. A., (wood) 64 Westminster, W T . F. 
Mossman Jerome, (turned wood) r 5 Main 
NOVELTY TURNING CO., (turned wood) City Steam Mills, 31 

North (see page 442) 
PRIEST C. A. LUMBER CO., 45 Rollstone (see inside back 

cover) 
WHITTEMORE E. H., (paper) 114 Lunenburg (see page 485) 

Bracket (House) Mfr. 
SMITH J. T., r 126 Water (see page 443) 

Brass Foundries. 

Hardy William A., 113 Water 

PUTNAM MACHINE CO., Putnam n Main (see front colored 

page IV) 
Welch E. J. & Co., 80 to 86 Lunenburg 

Brick Mfrs. and Dealers. 
Goodrich Edwin A., 99 Summer 
Osborne F. A., Turnpike, W. F. 

Bridge Contractors. 

Works & Briggs, 145 Main 

Brokers (Stock and Bond). 

Merchants' Association of Boston, W. E. Conry manager, (stock and 
commission) (22) 145 Main 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 321 

Metropolitan Stock Exchange, 387 Main 

WEBSTER N. R., (stock and commission) (5) 155 Main (see 

page 430) 

Builders 9 Finish. 
DAVIS M., ESTATE OF, 31 North (see front cover) 
GARNO W. A., 114 to 124 Lunenburg (see page 485) 
MOULTON EDGAR S., 13 Holt (see page 486) 
PRIEST C. A. LUMBER CO., 45 Rollstone (see inside back 

cover) 
WEBBER MARTIN, 31 Newton pi (see page 491) 

Building Loan Associations. 

TSee Co-operative Banks.] 

Building If overs- 

Terrell & French, Charles street extension 
TWICHELL SETH, 96 Main (see page 491) 

Business College. 

Fitchburg Business College, Devier Fullmer prop, 145 Main 

Butter, Cheese and Eggs. 

Ames S. K., 76 Main 

FITCHBURG CREAMERY, French & Learned props, 27 Prich- 

ard (see page 474) 
Gannon John F., 192 1-2 Water 
Johnson Manne, 22 Hawes 
McCarty David F., 56 Forest 

Cabinet Makers. 

Caswell Ira, 26 Rollstone 

EATON R. C, rear 31 North (see page 491) 

FERDINAND FURNITURE CO., 219 and 221 Main (see p 464) 

Kennedy Michael J., 1070 River, W. F. 

Camp Stool Mfr. 

SMITH J. T., rear 126 Water (see page 443) 

Carpenters and Builders. 

CARTER WILLIAM C, shop 22 Beacon (see page 488) 

Caswell Ira, 26 Rollstone 

Deschenes Alphonse M., 50 Daniels 

EMERSON & MONROE, (45) 229 Main (see page 489) 

FARRAR FRANCIS F., 27 Fairview, W. F. (see page 487) 

Fournier August, 29 Rockland 

Hancock John M., 35 East 

HOSMER J. R., 62 Highland av (see page 491) 

Howard William H. Jr., 169 Rollstone 

Johnson Frank P., 7 Highland av 

Kennedy Michael J., 86 Hey wood 

KEYES WILLIAM H., 103 Snow (see page 488) 



322 FITCHBUEG DIRECTORY. 

Kirby John H., 14 Middle 

LITTLEHALE J. D., rear 31 North (see page 488) 

MOULTON EDGAR S., 13 Holt (see page 486) 

Page Frederick W., 102 Boutelle 

PAGE LEROY J. (supt of construction) Longwood av cor Upland 

rd (see page 486) 
Richmond Homer, 7 Taft 
Ross Roswell C, 104 Cedar 
RUSSELL PETER, 40 Clinton (see page 490) 
Sanderson William A., 152 Myrtle av 
Saunders Davis W., 51 Townsend 
Sawyer Magloire, 32 Federal 
STARR F. ALBERT, 16 Cross (see page 488) 
STARR JOHN S., 97 Cedar (see page 489) 
SWIFT EDWIN T., 172 Myrtle av (see page 490) 
VARNEY NATHANIEL, 17 Union (see page 489) 
Wellington Augustus, 405 Blossom 

Carpet Cleaning. 

FITCHBURG MATTRESS MFG. CO., George L. Smiley prop, 

60 Intervale (see page 463) 
FITCHBURG STEAM CARPET CLEANING WORKS, P. A. 

Nourse prop, off Putnam r Jennison Plumbing Co. 's (seep 463) 
FITCHBURG STEAM LAUNDRY, 37 Grove (see page 463) 

Carpet Dealers. 

Austin Furniture Co., 223-225 Main 

CHAMBERLAIN, HUNTRESS & CO., 147 Main(see page 458) 
FERDINAND FURNITURE CO., 219 and 221 Main (see p 464) 
PHILBROOK HOUSE FURNISHING CO., 222 Main (see p 464) 
WEBBER & HAYWARD, 331 and 335 Main (see page 464) 
Williams Furniture Co , 46 to 50 Day 

Carriage Hardivare and Supply Dealers. 

DAMON & GOULD CO., 133 and 135 Main (see page 466) 
LAWRENCE SONS & CO., 40 Main (see page 466) 

Carriage Makers and Repairers. 

Brigham S. E., 7 and 9 Brook 

Burns Robert, 27 Oliver 

Damon Franklin C, Back Bay off Putnam 

Gosselin Louis A., 135 Lunenburg 

Green Andrew J., 519 Main 

Hadd Godfrey, 513 Main 

HOLT A. A., 106 Lunenburg (see page 495) 

Howe W. A. & W. C, 10 North 

Newton & Hill, 6 Baker 

Poirier Andre, 1051 River, W. F. 

SHELDON J. P., 13 Brook (see page 495) 

Wheeler Warren L., 51 Academy 






FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 323 

Carriage Painters. 

TSee Painters.l 

Carriage Repositories. 

HOLT A. A., 106 Lunenburg (see page 495) 
NICHOLS WALLACE, 455 Main (see page 495) 

Carriage Trimmers. 

Aitchison Harry, Brook cor Central 
Howe W. A. & W. C, 10 North 

Caterers. 
READ EDWIN M., 370 Main (see page 471^ 
RUGG A. A. Mrs. 185 Main (see page 471) * 

Cattle Dealer. 

Works T. Benton, Ashburnham Hill rd 

Chemists. 
THORN MEDICINE CO. THE, laboratory 25 Westminster, W. F. 
(see page 456) 

Chimney Tops. 
GILCHREST, WILEY & FOSS (agents Excelsior), Central cor 

Brook (see page 492) 
GOODNOW L. H. FOUNDRY CO., Crocker (see page 438) 
PERAULT M. J., 115 Water (see page 439) 

China Painting. 

MOULTON ALICE L. Miss, 9 Atlantic av (see page 454) 

Chiropodist. 

ROCK M. E. Miss, 2391-2 Main (see page 470) 

Cigar Mfrs. 

JOEL JOEL, 126 Main (see page 469) 
NOLAN M., 181 Main (see page 469) 
Raabe Adolph, 180 Main 

Cigars and Tobacco Dealers. 

Champagne Albert, 228 Water 

Clancey Michael T., 9 Westminster, W T . F. 

Clark L. E., 8 Main 

Devlin James S., 51 Bemis 

Flynn Joseph G., 47 Elm 

Gladding D. P., 47 Bemis 

Hart William F., 8 Putnam 

JOEL JOEL, 126 Main (see page 469) 

Kendall Frank H., 182 Westminster, W. F. 

Moran Dennis E., 201 Water 

NOLAN M., 181 Main, (see page 469) 

O'Brien Patrick, 407 Main and 8 Westminster, W. F. 



324 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

OLSON JOHN, 505 Main (see page 452) 
Raabe Adolph, 180 Main 
White Dosithe, 163 Fairmount 

Civil Engineers and Surveyors. 

BAILEY WILLIAM K., (35) Park bldg 117 Main (see page 447) 
Bemis D. W., 23 Laurel 

RAYMOND GEORGE, (10) 387 Main (see page 447) 
TAYLOR ELWOOD E., (5) Park bldg 117 Main (see page 447) 
Works & Briggs, 145 Main 

Clairvoyants. 

Houghton G. F. Mrs., 29 Boutelle 
Smith H. F. Mrs., 71 Central 
Snow S. C. Mrs., 239 1-2 Main 

Clergymen. 

Axelson John (Swedish Cong.), 83 High 

Brown Robert C. (Second Advent), 173 Myrtle av 

Conklin Abram (Universalist), (1) 51 Mt. Vernon 

Conrad William O. (Cong.), 71 Myrtle av 

Deschaux Joseph (French Catholic), 47 Fairmount 

Dolan James W r . (Catholic), 178 Water 

Feehan D. F. (Catholic), 178 Water 

Fredette J. A. (French Catholic), 59 Walnut 

Girard Hy polite (French Catholic), 47 Plymouth 

Graton Edmund (French Catholic), 59 Walnut 

Greenman Walter F. (Unitarian), 124 Pleasant 

Groop Andrew (Finn Evan.), 8 1-2 Leighton 

Hanrahan Thomas S. (Catholic), 22 Cottage, W. F. 

Havukainen Mikko (Finn), 97 Mechanic 

Hewitt George R. (Calvinistic Cong.), 433 Main 

Kempton A. F. (Baptist), 37 Cedar 

Kingsley Benjamin F. (Methodist), 2 Vernon ct, W. F. 

Kjellstrand August W. (Swedish), 28 1-2 Arlington 

Macdonald Forrester A. (Baptist), 692 Westminster, W. F. 

Mulhane M. W. (Catholic), 178 Water 

Perry James De Wolf (Episcopal), 450 Main 

Rector Frank (First Baptist), 146 Pleasant 

Rossier Albert P. (French Baptist), 111 1-2 Myrtle av 

Schwab S. Herman (German Cong.), 2 Kimball 

Triquet Camille ^French Catholic), 47 Plymouth 

Vignon Joseph (French Catholic), 47 Plymouth 

Whitaker Nicholas T., D. D. (Methodist), 58 Oliver 

Wood John (Cong.), 242 Blossom 

Cloak Mfrs. and Dealers. 

CHAMBERLAIN, HUNTRESS CO., 147 Main (see page 458) 
NICHOLS & FROST, 152 and 154 Main (see page 458) 
SAMPLE, BROUSSEAU & CO., 127 Main (see page 459) 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY 325 

Clothes Dryers. 

SMITH J. T., rear 126 Water (see page 443) 

Clothing. 

[See also Merchant Tailors.] 

Albee, Lyons & Co., 158 Main 

ALLEN & LESURE, 146 Main (see page 461) 

BOSTON ONE PRICE CLOTHING CO., 190 Main (seepage 462) 

GOODRICH H. A. & CO., 149 and 151 Main (see page 4Ul) 

Kimball & Co., 178 Main 

KULWINSKI MAX, 183 Fairmount (see page 460 

Ligom Joseph, 180 Fairmount 

LITCHFIELD & STEBBINS,120 Main (see page 461) 

LOVERING, ELLIOTT & CO., 121 Main (see back cover) 

Modern Merchandise Co., 220 Main 

TEEHAN & BOYLE, 104 Main (see page 462) 

Whitney Eden S., 354 Main 

Coal and Beef Weighers. 

HANNA JAMES, 9 Rollstone fsee page 468) 
Willis W. M, 97 Main 

Coal Dealers. 

Bean Bros., 142 Water 

BUTLER JOSEPH, 2 South (see opp inside back cover) 

FAIRBANKS CHARLES L., 11 Day (see outside front cover) 

Gagnon Alec, rear F. Mfg. Co.. Cleghorn 

HANNA JAMES, office 9 Rollstone, yard Barton near railroad 

(see page 468) 
HARDING WILLIAM F., 32 W T illow (see page 467) 
HOLLAND JOHN H., 446 Water (see page 468) 
KIYLON M., 163 Main (see page 468) 
Lessard Charles, Daniels cor Plymouth 
LOVELAND & FISH, 37 North (see page 468) 
Monahan T. A., yards Depot opp passenger station, W. F. 
ORDWAY A. R., yard off Putnam street near J. Gushing & Co.'s 

mill, branch office 421 Main (see outside back cover) 
Powell Brothers, office 2 Day 
Proctor William K., 250 Main 
Sleeper N. B., Back Bay off Putnam 
UNION COAL CO., 23 Water (see back cover ) 
WHITNEY COAL CO., Thomas E. Kielty manager, rear 64 

Circle (see page 467) 
WILLIAMS LEWIS E., 33 Snow 

Coffin and Casket Warerooms. 

[See Undertakers.] 

Collecting Agency. 

Merchants' Claim and Collecting Agency, (10) 229 Main 



326 FITCHBTJRG DIRECTORY. 

Commission Merchants. 

LOWE BROS. & CO., 5 South (see page 479) 

Macy E. B., 186 Main and 22 Laurel 

Poland P. & J., 10 South 

UPHAM N. C, (household goods) (41) 145 Main (see page 448) 

WOODWARD & JONES, (produce) 13 Day (see page 474) 

Works T. Benton, Ashburnham Hill rd 

Concrete Pavers, 

Carey Thomas, 30 Charles 
Crowley Jeremiah, 23 Belmont 

Conductors and JEaves Troughs. 

MORSE BROS., 89 Day (see page 492) 
Morse E. EL, 100 Cedar 

Confectionery, Fruits 9 Etc. 

Abbott P. E. & Co., 216 Main 

Allen F. H. Mrs., 13 Laurel 

Bergeron Eli, 63 Oak Hill rd 

Beverly George W., 128 1-2 Main 

Bigelow A. W. Mrs., 56 Green 

Casassa Rosa Mrs., 10 Main 

Colon Warren, 54 Green 

Cosintino Frank, 108 Main 

Crooker Luther A., 70 Green 

Devlin James S., 51 Bemis 

Foley C. F., 12 Westminster, W. F. 

Gionet A. A., 39 Daniels 

Gladding D. P., 47 Bemis 

Gravel A., 30 Clarendon 

Haworth John, 60 Green 

Iannino Antonio, 106 Main 

NELSON & SWANSON, 306 Main (see page 472) 

Palazzo Luigi, 259 Main 

Primeau Vitaline Miss, 242 Water 

Raymond Luman, agent, 131 Westminster, W. F. 

READ EDWIN M., 370 Main (see page 471) 

Roma Patsie, 160 Water 

RUGG A. A. Mrs., (confectionery) 185 Main (see page 471) 

Rugg H. N., (wholesale) 185 Main 

SAWYER EDWARD A., 365 Main (see page 456) 

SEWARD I. G. & CO., 36 Main (see page 472) 

Smith George H. Jr., 727 Water 

White Dosithe, 163 Fairmount 

Confectionery Mfrs. 

Beverlv George W., 128 1-2 Main 

NELSON & SWANSON, 306 Main (see page 472) 
Nutting E. E. & Co., 39 North 



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FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 327 

READ EDWIN M., 370 Main (see page 471) 
RUGG H. N., 185 Main (see page 471) 
SEWARD I. G. & CO., 36 Main (see page 472) 

Cooper. 

Spaulding Osmon L., r 7 Pacific 

Co-operative Banks. 

FIDELITY CO-OPERATIVE BANK, (1) 234 Main (see page 

428) 
FITCHBURG CO-OPERATIVE BANK, (8) 129 Main (see 

page 428) 

Corset Parlors. 
Gates Fiances H. Miss, 26 Blossom 
Lamb & Jacobs, (4) 176 Main 

Cotton Batting. 

Bartow & Cookson, 413 River 

Cotton Dealers. 

Bartow & Cookson, 413 River 

Cotton Duck Mfrs. 

FITCHBURG DUCK MILLS, Duck Mill rd cor Bemis (see page 
431) 

Cotton Goods Mfrs. 

FITCHBURG MFG. CO., Rockville mill, Ashburnham, W. F., 
office New Rock mill, 40 Oak Hill rd cor Cleghorn, P. O. 
address Fitchburg (see page 431) 

NOCKEGE MILLS, (cloths) Nockege, office 273 River (see page 
432) 

PARKHILL MFG. CO., office (1) 387 Main (see page 432) 

Cotton Warp Mfrs. 

Fitchburg Cotton Mill, B. M. Pitts prop, 527 Main 
GRANT YARN CO., Cleghorn (see page 432) 
ORSWELL MILLS, off 273 River (see page 432) 

Cotton Waste Dealers. 

Bartow & Cookson, 413 River 

HARDY JOHN, 105 Water (see nage 434) 

WALLACE RODNEY, (2 and 3) 387 Main (see page 433) 

Cracker Mfrs, 

Haynes F. W. & Co., 7 and 9 Circle 

Creameries. 
FITCHBURG CREAMERY, French & Learned props, 27 Prichard 

(see page 474) 
Robb Ernest A., 149 Lunenburg 

Crib Mfrs. 

Hygienic Crib Co. The, 22 Willow 

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328 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Crockery and Glassware. 

Abbott P. E. & Co., 216 Main 

Austin Furniture Co., 223 and 225 Main 

BOYLE DANIEL, 200 Water (see page 477) 

Carpenter John B., 290 Main 

COLEMAN & DRURY, 138 Main (see page 476) 

EATON'S 5 AND 10 CENT STORE, 11 to 15 Prichard (see 

back cover) 
FERDINAND FURNITURE CO., 219 and 221 Main (see page 

464) 
Lacey Charles E., 5 Westminster, W. F. 
MORRILL J. D., 59 Green (see page 477) 
NEW ATLANTIC TEA CO., F. A. Blanchard manager, 1 Main 

(see page 475) 
NEW ENGLAND TEA AND CROCKERY CO., 214 Main 

(see page 475) 
PHILBROOK HOUSE FURNISHING CO., 222 Main (see 

page 464) 

Dentists. 
Damon Frank A., 355 1-2 Main 

D W YER E. G., Wachusett Bank Block; office hours, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. 
Felton John W., 233 1-2 Main 

GREENWOOD GEORGE T., 294 Main (see page 451) 
Horton A. E., 277 Main 
Lamere Arthur J., (9) 229 Main 
Lincoln Edward H., (5) 387 Main 
Page E. H., 250 Main 
Palmer Joseph W., 312 Main 
Palmer Thomas, 312 Main 
Quigley Samuel, 246 Main 
ROSS JAMES & T. K., 166 Main (see page 451) 

Deputy Sheriffs of Fitchburg. 

Dwinnell B. D., 421 Water 

GREENE HENRY G., 122 Main (see page 455) 

Sheehan John J., 234 Main 

Dining Rooms. 

BLOSSOM STREET RESTAURANT, 11 Blossom (see page 471) 
BRAGDON ELLA F. MRS., 19 1-2 Day (see page 499) 
Cherrier F. E., 4 Day 

Columbian Cafe, J. A. Pepin prop, 42 Day 
Cooke George H., 144 Main 
Derby House (lunch). Railroad sq and 99 Main 
Eddy A. E. Mrs. (lunch), 213 Main 
Farwell DeWitt C, 78 Main 

HARRER JOHN H. (lunch wagons). Depot sq and Main n upper 
common (see page 499) 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 329 

Hay ward's Temperance Hotel, Mrs. N. M. Hayward prop, 339 Main 

Hogan Edward (lunch wagon), Depot sq cor Main 

Knight Frederick H. (lunch), 1048 River, W. F. 

LEWIS H. J. (lunch wagon), Main cor Oliver (see page 472) 

Nims Charles F., 39 Elm 

North Street Restaurant, John F. Marr prop, 14 North 

Phoenix Cafe The, George H. Randel prop, 372 Main 

Sawtell J. M., passenger depot 

Smith George H. Jr., 727 Water 

Directory Publishers. 

PRICE & LEE CO. THE, 389 Main . 

District Messengers, 

Fitchburg District Messenger Service, 128 and 373 Main 

Doors, Sash and Blinds. 

DAVIS MIAL ESTATE OF, 31 North n Main (see front cover) 
GARNO W. A., 114 to 124 Lunenburg (see page 485) 
JOHNSON W. C, 109 Water (see page 487) 
PRIEST C. A. LUMBER CO., 45 Rollstone (see inside back 

cover) 
TINSLEY & ABELL, (1) 234 Main (see page 491) 
WEBBER MARTIN, 81 Newton pi (see page 491) 

Drain Pipe Dealers. 

BROWNELL & MASON, 159 Main (see page 465) 
DAMON & GOULD CO., 135 Main (see page 466) 
LAWRENCE SONS & CO., 40 Main (see page 466) 
PARKS G. M., 453 Main (see inside back cover) 

Draperies. 

[See Window Shades and Curtain Fixtures.] 

Dress Goods JMEfrs. 
FITCHBURG MFG. CO., Rockville Mill, Ashburnham, W. F., 
office New Rock Mill, 40 Oak Hill rd cor Cleghorn (see p 431) 
PARKHILL MFG. CO. (cotton), office (1) 387 Main (see p 432) 

Dressmakers. 

Allard Mary L. Miss, 521 Main 
Allen Sarah A. Mrs., 17 Day 
Andrews Lora H. Miss, 172 Prichard 
Backman Ed la Miss, 16 West 
Barrett L. A. Mrs., 9 Day 
Bates Alice A. Miss, 135 Green 
Blais Minnie Mrs., 40 Middle 
Bourgoin J. Mrs., 27 Second 
Brewster Abbie M. Mrs., 18 Day 
Brodeur Angelina Miss, 31 Daniels 
Burns Robert Mrs., 37 Blossom 
Bullock Annie Mrs., 13 Holt 



330 FITCHBUEd DIRECTORY. 

Carrigan Kate A. Miss, 120 Kimball 

Chase Franklin Mrs. 103 North 

Classon Minnie E. Miss, 21 Winthrop 

Connor Josephine Miss, 20 Academy 

Dee Annie Miss, 349 1-2 Main 

Donahoe Mary A. Miss, 89 Temple, W. F. 

Duggan Mary A. Miss, 59 Middle 

Earle Harland W. Mrs., 57 Myrtle av 

Ellis A. C. Mrs., 39 Oliver 

Farrar Charles E. Mrs., 62 Pine 

Flynn Lizzie Miss, 110 Depot, W. F. 

Gallup Ella J. Miss, 57 Piichard 

Gates Frances H. Miss, 26 Blossom 

Gilmore Lillian E. Miss, 89 Boutelle 

Goodspeed G. H. Mrs., Richardson rd near Fisher rd 

Hart L. A. Mrs., 12 Lunenburg 

Herndon Ida O. Mrs., 37 Grove 

Hession Hannah Mrs., 47 Willow 

Hoar Mary A. Mrs., 52 Temple, W. F. 

Holden Lulie A. Miss, 20 Park 

Hollingsworth Nellie J. Miss, (1) 10 Day 

Holmes Sarah J. Mrs., 21 Oliver 

Hosley J. E. Mrs., 355 1-2 Main 

Hughes Mary A. Miss, 36 Norwood, W. F. 

Hughes Wiliiam C. Mrs.. 56 Kimball 

Joslin Ida M. Mrs., 191 Main 

King Mary Miss, 166 Main 

Knight A. E. Miss, 32 Winter 

Lackstrom Anna Miss, (3) 167 Main 

Larkin Nellie Miss, 42 Willow 

Larkin Winifred Miss, 47 Willow 

LaRue Susan A. Mrs., 103 Nashua 

Leavitt Nellie Miss, 109 Birch 

Lemay P. A. Mrs., 69 Payson 

Loiselle Eloise Mrs., 451 Main 

Lufkin S. N. Mrs., 23 Congress 

MANEY KATE J. Miss, 176 Main (see page 460) 

Manning T. A. Mrs., 224 1-2 Main 

Marchessault K. E. Mrs., 58 Prichard 

Maynard L. E. Mrs., 217 Main 

Moriarty Jennie Miss, 191 Main 

Morrill Henry A. Mrs., 14 Brigham 

Morris Tillie Mrs., 20 Town send 

Morrison Hannah Miss, 8 Putnam 

Morrissey Alice Miss, 54 Payson j 

Mulcahey Margaret Mrs., 44 Church 

Murphy Bridget C. Miss, 349 1-2 Main 

NICHOLS & FROST, 150 to 156 Main (see page 458) 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 331 

Noyce Emma A. Miss, 11 Newton pi 

O'Connor Nellie T. Miss, 17 Temple, W. F. 

O'Horo M. J. Miss, 167 Main 

Osborn Mary A. Miss, 63 Grove 

Paradis Charles Mrs., (3) 48 North 

Peterson Josephine Miss. (3) 167 Main 

Phelps G. D. Mrs., 122 Laurel 

Pink Charles E. Mrs „ 15 South 

Provencher Alphonse Mrs., 34 Walnut 

Quessy Mary Mrs., 79 Walnut 

Ricard Mederic Mrs., 134 Kimball 

Richmond G. H. Mrs., 64 River 

Sawin C. L. Miss, 53 Grove 

Sawin Flora Miss, 53 Grove 

Sawyer Bertha P. Miss, 22 Pleasant 

Searle Emma Miss, 20 Summer 

Shea Margaret A., 35 Westminster, W. F. 

Taylor Jennie Miss, 294 Main 

Vinal E. G. Mrs., 42 Myrtle av 

Ward C. H. Mrs., 94 Wachusett, W. F. 

Washburn T. S. Mrs., 36 Lincoln 

Welch Mary Miss, 207 1-2 Main 

Whitney Frank J. Mrs., 16 Myrtle av 

Wiren Anna Mrs. 107 High 

Woods S. S. Mrs., 44 Oliver 

Worster Betsey Mrs., 62 Cascade, W. F. 

Wright H. G. Mrs., 85 Laurel 

Druggists. 

[See Apothecaries.] 

Dry Goods. 

Beaudreault Joseph, 13 Daniels 

CHAMBERLAIN, HUNTRESS CO., 147 Main (see page 458) 
Delisle Jacques, 17 Daniels 
Fitzgerald Edmund H., 84 Temple, W. F. 
GIFFIN WILLIAM H., 164 Main (see page 459) 
HARLEY DANIEL, 210 and 212 Main (see page 459) 
Hayes Daniel, 21 Westminster, W. F. 
KULW r INSKI MAX, 183 Fairmount (see page 460) 
NICHOLS & FROST, 150 to 156 Main (see page 458) 
SAMPLE, BROUSSEAU & CO., 127 Main and 47 Daniels (see 
page 459) 

Dust ran Mfrs. 
Rose, Pratt & Co., 64 Westminster, W. F. 

Dye Souses. 

DOTEN C. H. (agency), office 226 Main (see page 458) 
PATTISON THE DYER, 34 Main (see back cover) 
Richmond Elmer O., 343 Main and 13 1-2 Blossom 



332 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Dynamo and Motor Repairer, 

WHITAKER S. EDGAR, (3) 129 Main (see page 448) 

Eaves Troughs and Conductors, 

MORSE BROS., 89 Day (see page 492) 
Morse E. H., 100 Cedar n Pearl 

Electricians, 

Kimball Electric Co., 5 Oliver 

Knight A. M., r 1 Main 

Tucker Electrical Co., 37 Newton pi 

WHITAKER S. EDGAR, (3) 129 Main (see page 448) 

Electric and Galvanic Belt Mfrs, 

Richards Electric Appliance Co., Marcus L. Richards manager, 11 
Terrace pi, W. F. 

Electric Lighting, 

FITCHBURG GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT CO., 316 Main 
(see page 430) 

Electric Machinery Mfrs, 

BECKER JOHN MFG. CO., 373 to 379 Water (see page 439) 

Electric Power Transmission, 

WHITAKER S. EDGAR, (3) 129 Main (see page 448) 

Electric Railway Construction, 

Coolidge M. A. (3) 129 Main 

WHITAKER S. EDGAR, (3) 129 Main (see page 448) 

Electric Supplies. 

Kimball Electric Co., 5 Oliver 

NOVELTY TURNING CO., (wooden), City Mills 31 North (see 

page 442) 
Richards Electric Appliance Co., Marcus L. Richards manager, 11 

Terrace pi, W. F. 
Tucker Electrical Co., 37 Newton pi 
WHITAKER S. EDGAR, (3) 129 Main (see page 448) 

Elocutionists, 
Boss Ella K. Miss, 77 Payson 
Chase H. L. Mrs., 24 Mt. Globe 

Emery Grinder Mfrs, 

LOVELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, (gummers) 97 to 103 

Boutelle (see page 437) 
TOLMAN CYRUS S., rear Goodnow Foundry Crocker street (see 

page 437) 

Employment Offices, 
Fox Charles L. Mrs., 191 Main 
Oxford L. M. Mrs., 384 Main 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 333 

Enamelers. 

FITCHBURG ENAMEL WORKS, Charles Allen prop, r 26 East 
(see page 466) 

Enameled Wood Goods, 

ADAMS H. B., r 126 Water (see page 442) 

BROWN L., City Steam Mills, 31 North (see page 442) 

Gushing S. G., 29 Newton pi 

FITCHBURG ENAMEL WORKS, Charles Allen prop, r 26 East 

(see page 466) 
Mossman Jerome, r 5 Main 

NOVELTY TURNING CO., 31 North (see page 442) 
WILDER C. W., r 126 Water (see page 442) 

Engine Builders. 

* [See Steam Engines.] 

Engine Lathe Mfrs. 

FITCHBURG MACHINE WORKS, 13 to 21 Main (see front 

colored page YI) 
PUTNAM MACHINE CO., Putnam n Main (see front colored 

page IY) 

Engravers, 

Converse I. O., 168 Main 

Cutler Myrton A., 30 Spring 

Pr tt L. EL & Co., 160 Main 

ROGERS A. E., 366 Main ^see back cover) 

Excavating and Grading. 

Fitchburg Excavating Co., 2 Day 

FULLER DWIGHT G., 501 Main (see page 482) 

Express Lines. 

t [See also Stages in Contents.] 

Adams Express Co., John C. Green agent, office at Union depot 
American Express Co., 245 Main and passenger depot 
Ashburnham Express, A. G. Whitney prop, 135 and 364 Main 
Cousins' Leominster and Fitchburg Express, 237 Main 
Fitchburg and Leominster, F. C. Ames prop, 135 Main 
National Express Co., 245 Main, passenger depot, West Fitchburg 

station and Wachusett station 
New York & Boston Despatch Express Co., John C. Green agent, 

office at Union depot 
Smith & Co.'s Fitchburg and Boston Express (freight), N. Y., N. 

H. & H. R. R. freight depot and 120 and 364 Main 
West Fitchburg Express, John Congram prop, N. Y. & B. D. Ex- 
press Co.'s office, 166 Main and 25 Westminster, W. F. 

Expressmen . 

[See Jobbers and Teamsters. J 



334 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Extract and Essence Mfrs. 

Leathers William E., 80 Cedar 

THORN MEDICINE CO. THE, office and laboratory 25 West- 
minster, W. F. (see page 456) 

Fancy Goods. 

Abbott P. E. & Co., 216 Main 

Bigelow A. W. Mrs., 56 Green 

CHAMBERLAIN, HUNTRESS CO., 147 Main (see page 458) 

DOTEN C. H., 226 Main (see page 458) 

EATON'S 5 AND 10 CENT STORE, 11 and 15 Prichard (see 

back cover) 
GIFFIN WILLIAM H., 164 Main (see page 459) 
HARLEY DANIEL, 210 and 212 Main (see page 459) 
Murtagh Lucy B. F. Miss, 154 Water 
NICHOLS & FROST, 150 to 156 Main (see page 458) 
SAMPLE, BROUSSEAU & CO., 127 Main and 47 Daniels (see 

page 459) 
Stiles James F., 355 Main 

Feather and Mattress Renovators. 

FITCHBURG MATTRESS MFG. CO., George L. Smiley prop, 

60 Intervale (see page 463) 
FITCHBURG STEAM CARPET CLEANING WORKS, P. A. 

Nourse prop, off Putnam r Jennison Plumbing Co.'s (see 

page 463) 

Fertilizers. 
Brown John L., 421 Main 

CUSHING J. & CO., 23 Laurel (see page 474) 
DAMON & GOULD CO., 135 Main (see page 466) 
LAWRENCE SONS & CO., 40 Main (see page 466) 
MERRIAM & ROLPH, 47 Main (see page 473) 

Fibre Goods Mfrs. 

Rose, Pratt & Co., 64 Westminster, W. F. 

File Mfrs. 
FITCHBURG FILE WORKS, F. C, W. E. and A. E. Culley 
props, 76 and 78 Lunenburg (see page 441) 

Fire Anns Mfrs. 

JOHNSON'S IVER ARMS AND CYCLE WORKS, 109 River 
(see front colored page opp map, and front edge) 

Fire Brick and Fire Clay. 

DILLON D. M., Crocker (see page 436) 

Fish and Oyster 3£arkets. 

Blanchard John B. fpeddler), Bay State House 
COUSINS L. A., 177 Main (see front cover) 
Crooker Luther A., 70 Green 






FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 335 

Davis Alvin W., r 2 East 

Emery H. W., 42 Academy 

Holden J. E. (peddler), Ashby rd junction Fisher rd 

Holmes George A., Elm cor Oliver 

Leblanc Nelson, 83 Fairmount 

PIERCE & UPTON, 147 Lunenburg (see page 475) 

Putnam James A., 36 Day 

Randel George H., 385 Main 

RYAN FREDERICK, 229 Water (see page 480) 

SCANLON J. H. & W. L., 199 Water (see page 481) 

Shea John F., 5 Depot, W. F. 

Smith John W., 171 Fairmount 

Spinney Charles W., 242 Main 

Stevens Albert, 11 Central 

Florists. 

Congram Mary A. Mrs., 26 View 

FULLER JOSEPH, 8 Brook off Grove n city hall (see page 470) 

Kiss William, 458 South 

LIVERS AGE W., 17 Summer (see page 470) 

MANSFIELD CHARLES E., 123 Charles (see page 470) 

Flour, Grain and Feed, 

Beck August, 10 Rollstone 

Brown John L., 421 Main 

Congram John, 7 Westminster, W. F. 

Cross C. A. & Co., (wholesale flour) »21 Water 

CUSHING J. & CO., Laurel (see page 474) 

Fairbanks J. H., 12 Main 

FITCHBURG FLOUR CO., George B. Woodward prop, 46 Main 

(see page 473) 
FITCHBURG GRAIN CO., F. F. Woodward prop, office 348 Main 

(see page 473) 
GARNO WILLIAM A., 137 Lunenburg (see page 478) 
Haynes F. W. & Co., (flour) 7 and 9 Circle 
MERRIAM & ROLPH, 47 Main (see page 473) 
WOODWARD F. F. & CO., 630 to 650 River, office 348 Main 

(see page 473) 

Foreign Exchange. 

CURRIER F. C. & SON, (1) 129 Main (see page 430) 
FITCHBURG LOAN, SAFETY DEPOSIT AND TRUST CO., 
125 Main (see page 429) 

Forged Specialties. 

SIMONDS ROLLING-MACHINE CO., 24 Willow (see p 440) 

Foundries. 

[See Iron Founders.] 



336 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Fruit Growers. 

Fisher Jabez, Fisher rd 
Marshall Alfred A., Marshall rd 

Fruit (Wholesale). 

LOWE BROS. & CO., 5 South (seepage 479; 

Macv E. B., 186 Main 

WOODWARD & JONES, 13 Day (see page 474) 

Furnace Dealers. 

[See Stoves, Etc.] 

Furniture Dealers. 

Austin Furniture Co., 223 and 225 Main 

Bartlett Winthrop W., 19 Prichard 

FERDINAND FURNITURE CO., 219 and 221 Main (see p 464) 

Fitch burg Auction Rooms, H. W. Brooks, (second-hand), 87 Main 

Hope James T., (second-hand), 40 Day 

Lawton Furniture Co., 382 Main 

PHILBROOK HOUSE FURNISHING CO., 222 Main (see page 

464) 
UPHAM S. H., (new and second-hand), 20 Day (see page 464) 
WEBBER & HAYWARD, 331 to 335 Main (see page 464) 
Williams Furniture Co., 46 and 50 Day 

Furniture Mfrs. 

PRIEST C. A. LUMBER CO., office 45 Rollstone (see inside 

back cover) 

Furniture Hepairers . 
Bartlett Winthrop W., 19 Prichard 
Coleman P. W., 27 Oliver 
FERDINAND FURNITURE CO., 219 and 221 Main (see page 

464) 
PHILBROOK HOUSE FURNISHING CO., 222 Main (see page 

464) 
WEBBER & HAYWARD, 331 to 335 Main (see page 464) 

Furniture Trimmings Mfrs* 

ADAMS H. B., rear 126 Water (see page 442) 

BROWN L., City Steam Mills, 31 North (see page 442) 

Cushing S. G., 29 Newton pi 

Mossman Jerome, 5 Main 

NOVELTY TURNING CO., City Steam Mills, 31 North (see 

page 442) 

Furrier. 
GREENWOOD M. A. Mrs., 72 Grove (see page 459) 

Gas Company . 
FITCHBURG GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT CO., 316 Main 

(see page 430) 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 387 

Gas and Steam Pipes and Fixtures. 

JENNISON PLUMBING CO., office 27 Water, shop Putnam 

near railroad crossing (see front cover) 
PARKS G. M., 453 Main (see inside back cover) 

Gents 9 Furnishing Goods. 

Albee, Lyons & Co., 158 Main 

ALLEN & LESURE, 146 Main (see page 461) 

Beaudreault Joseph, 13 Daniels 

BOSTON ONE PRICE CLOTHING CO., 190 Main (seepage 462) 

Gaudet Edmond, 176 Fairmount 

GOODRICH H. A. & CO., 149 and 151 Main (see page 461) 

Hayes Daniel, 21 Westminster, W. F. 

Kimball & Co., 178 Main 

KULWINSKI MAX, 183 Fairmount (see page 460) 

Ligom Joseph, 180 Fairmount 

LITCHFIELD & STEBBINS, 120 Main (see page 461) 

LOVERING, ELLIOTT & CO., 121 Main (see back cover) 

Rabbit Hat Co., 136 Main 

Sanborn Herbert C, 373 Main 

TEEHAN & BOYLE, 104 Main (see page 462) 

Whitney Eden S., 354 Main 

Gingham Mfrs. 

FITCHBURG MFG. CO.. Rockville Mill Ashburnham, W. F., of- 
fice New Rock Mill, 40 Oak Hill rd cor Cleghorn (see p 431) 
PARKHILL MFG. CO., 3 mills, office (1) 387 Main (see p 432) 

Glove Stretcher 3Ifr. 

SMITH J. T., r 126 Water (see page 443) 

Grain JElevators and Grist Mills. 

GUSHING J. & CO., 23 Laurel (see page 474) 
MERRIAM & ROLPH, 47 Main (see page 473) 
WOODWARD F. F. & CO., 630 River, office 348 Main (see 
page 473) 

Granite Quarriers and Contractors. 

LEARY & TERRELL, Rollstone Hill, office 5 Hazel (see p 483) 
LITCHFIELD ORIN E., Rollstone Hill, office 14 Arlington (see 

page 484) 
McCAULIFF F. A., Rollstone Hill, office 37 River (see page 484) 
Terrell & French, Charles street extension 

Granite Workers. 

Fitchburg Marble and Granite Co., rear 257 Main 

GODBEER HENRY, River n Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C) (see page 484) 

Hamilton George, 10 Hazel 

HARTWELL & REED, 279 Main (see page 483) 

LEARY & TERRELL, Rollstone Hill, office 5 Hazel (see p 483) 

McCAULIFF F. A., Rollstone Hill, office 37 River (see page 484) 



338 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

McNALLY JOHN, 83 River (see page 484) 

O'CONNOR DANIEL, River opp OrsweU Mills (see page 483) 

Greenhouses. 

[See Florists. J 

Grist Mill Mfrs. 

LOVELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, 97 to 103 Boutelle (see 

page 437) 

Grocers. 
Allen Delia Mrs., 44 Academy 
Belli veau Adolphe M., 141 Milk 
Belliveau Maurice, 141 Milk 
Belliveau & Melancon, 87 Fairmount 
BENJAMIN M. N., 364 Main (see page 476) 
Bergeron Eli, 44 Clarendon 

BOYLE DANIEL, 200 Water n Third (see page 477) 
Brodeur W. J., 33 Daniels 
Bujold Charles, 130 Fairmount 
Burdo Louis D., 249 and 251 River 
Caouette Edward, 4 Pratt 

COBB, ALDRICH & CO., 153 and 378 Main (see front cover; 
COLEMAN & DRURY, 138 Main (see page 476) 
Conn Charles R., 32 River 
CONWAY BROS., 318 Main (see page 476) 
Cote Louis A., 185 Fairmount 

Cross C. A. & Co. (incorporated), wholesale, 21 Water 
Cutler G. H. & T., 235 Main 
DAVIS THOMAS W., 304 Main (see page 478) 
DesRivieres G. C, 403 Main 
Dubeau Joseph C, 84 River 
Estey Wallace A., 70 Boutelle 
Felton Merrick, 5 Townsend 
Field Edward P., 76 Green 
Fitzgerald Edmund H, 84 Temple, W. F. 
Frigoglietto Rosa Mrs., 90 Hey wood 
GARNO W. A., 137 Lunenburg (see page 478) 
GERMAN CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY CO., 106 Kimball 

(see page 477) 
Gonynor Bros., 79 Bemis 
Gratton Vincent F., 264 Water 
HARDING C. T., 2 Main (see page 476) 
HATCH H. A., 204 Main (see page 450) 
Hay John D., 172 Fairmount 
Hayden William P., 102 and 112 Green 
Hayes Daniel, 21 Westminster, W. F. 
Heagney John, 143 Water 
Heisson Alex, 97 Mechanic 






FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 339 

Hill Charles W., 499 Main 

Horton D. G., 130 River 

Hurley Cornelius P., 103 Myrtle av 

Kane John F., 29 Cane 

Kelley Alphonso. 493 Main 

LABBE ALFRED, 146 Water (see page 478) 

Laberge Joachim, 44 Clarendon 

Lacey Charles E., 5 Westminster, W. F. 

Lacroix Alphonse, 44 Pratt 

Lahti Peter, 185 Rollstone 

LaRue A. Horace, 142 Water 

Lavoie John, 25 Clarendon 

Leathers W. E., 80 Cedar 

LITTLE ALVIN A., 157 Lunenburg (see page 478) 

Littlehale Roy O., 16 Day 

Mallette Henry D., 27 First 

McCarthy J. H., 104 Lunenburg 

McNamara John, 825 Westminster Hill rcl, W. F. 

MORRILL J. D., 59 Green (see page 477) 

Mulkeen Patrick J., 166 Water 

Murphy John H. & Co., 46 Middle 

Naramore & Gough, 65 Charles 

Paul Charles, 4 CTeghorn 

Poore Walter A., 383 Main 

Primeau Vitaline Miss, 242 Water 

RICKER BROS., 50 Laurel (see page 475) 

Rivers J. A., 221 Fairmount 

Roma Patsie, 47 Hey wood 

Rumball & Co., 207 River 

Sawyer Magloire, 32 Federal 

SCANDIA CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY CO., Peter Brekke 

treas. and manager, 494 Main (see page 477) 
Smith Francis S., 37 Forest 
Smith John W., 171 Fairmount 
Smith Ralph G., 44 Boutelle 
Soderberg G. & Co., 6 Beech 
St. John Alfred, 17 Pratt 

STRATTON FRANK R., 38 Main (see front cover) 
Sullivan E. J., 240 W T ater 
Tucker Bros., 106 Westminster, W. F. 
Walsh Peter J., 151 Water 

WATSON CHARLES H., 497 Main (see page 481) 
Weiser Ernest, 42 Leighton 
Wetherbee Joseph F., 37 South 

Gun and Locksmith. 

Smith W. W., 351 Main 



340 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Hair Dressers and Hair Workers (Ladies. ) 

[See also Barbers. J 

ROCK MARGARET E. Miss, 239 1-2 Main (see page 470) 
Sawyer Annie McLane Mrs., 199 Main 

Handle Mfrs. 

ADAMS H. B., rear 126 Water (see page 442) 
BROWN L., City Steam Mills, 31 North (see page 442) 
Cushing S. G . 29 Newton place 
Mossman Jerome, rear 5 Main 

NOVELTY TURNING CO., North near Main (see page 442) 
SIMONDS ROLLING-MACHINE CO., (finished or forged), 24 
Willow cor Main (see page 440) 

Hardware and Cutlery. 

CUM MINGS & SHEDD, (wholesale and retail) 350 Main (see 

page 467) 
DAMON & GOULD CO., 133 and 135 Main (see page 466) 
DUMAIS J. OVIDE, 124 Fairmount (see page 482) 
Knowlton G. B., 3 Main 
LAWRENCE SONS & CO., 40 Main (see page 466) 

Harness Mfrs. and Dealers. 

Aitchison Harry, Brook cor Central 
DERICK CHARLES J, 19 Day (see page 496) 
Fuller Dana L., rear The Fitchburg 369 Main 
NICHOLS WALLACE, (dealer) 455 Main (see page 495) 
Scott John H., 201 Main 

STEEL HORSE COLLAR CO., (collars) 20 Rollstone, office 411 
Main (see page 435) 

Hat Back Mfr. 

SMITH J. T., rear 126 Water (see page 443) 
Hats and Caps. 

Albee, Lyons & Co., 158 Main 

ALLEN & LESURE, 146 Main (see page 461) 

BOSTON ONE PRICE CLOTHING CO., 190 Main (see page 

462) 
Gaudet Edmond, 176 Fairmonnt 
GOODRICH H. A. & CO., 149 and 151 Main (see page 461) 
Hayes Daniel, 21 Westminster, W.-F. 

Kimball & Co., 178 Main j 

KULWINSKI MAX, 183 Fairmount (see page 460) 
LITCHFIELD & STEBBINS, 120 Main (see page 461) 
LOVE RING, ELLIOTT & CO., 121 Main (see back cover) 
Modern Merchandise Co., 220 Main 
Rabbit Hat Co., 136 Main 
Sanborn Herbert C, 373 Main- 
TEEIIAN & BOYLE, 104 jJ Main (see page 462) 
Whitney Eden S., 354 Main 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 341 

Hay and Straw Dealers. 

Beck August, 10 Rollstone 

Brown John L., 421 Main 

CUSH1NG J. & CO., Laurel (see page 474) 

Fairbanks J. H., 12 Main 

FITCHBURG FLOUR CO., George B. Woodward prop, 46 Main 

(see page 473) 
FITCHBURG GRAIN CO., F. F. Woodward prop, 348 Main 

(see page 473) • 

GARNO WILLIAM A., 137 Lunenburg (see pages 478 and 485) 
MERRIAM & ROLPH, 47 Main (see page 473) 
Poland P. <& J., (hav) 10 South 
WOODWARD F. F. & CO., 630 River, office 348 Main (see p473) 

May and Straw Knife Mfrs. 

DAVIS E. & SON, Rockville, W. F. (see page 435) 

Horse Clipper. 
DEWING CHESTER F., 12 Day (see page 497) • 
Horse Collar Mfrs. 

STEEL HORSE COLLAR CO., (steel) 20 Rollstone, office ^6) 
411 Main (see page 435) 

Tffi^e Tieal er^ 
BROW NELL & MASON, 159 Main (see page 465) 
DAMON & GOULD CO., 135 Main (see page 466) 
PARKS G. M., 453 Main (see inside back cover) 

Hot Water Heating. 

[See Steam and Hot Water Heating.] 

Hotels. 

AMERICAN HOUSE, Will A. Cole prop, 130 and 132 Main cor 

Blossom (see page 499) 
Derby House, D. I. Damon, Railroad sq and 99 Main 
FITCHBURG THE, Parker S. Fuller prop, 369 Main (see p 499) 
Hay ward's Temperance Hotel, Mrs. N. M. Hay ward, 339 Main 
Hotel Balmoral, W. F. Demers, 13 Piichard 
Hotel Westmoreland, 27 Day 
National House, John Aroian prop, 398 and 400 Main 

House Furnishing Goods. 

Austin Furniture Co., 223 Main 

Brooks H. W., (Fitchburg Auction Rooms), 87 Main 

EATON'S 5 AND 10 CENT STORE, 11 to 15 Pricha.d (see 

back cover) 
FERDINAND FURNITURE CO., 219 and 221 Main (see p 464) 
Hope James T. (second-hand), 40 Day 
Lawton Furniture Co., 382 Main 
PHILBROOK HOUSE FURNISHING CO., 222 Main (see 

page 464) 



342 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

UPHAM S. H. (new and second-hand), 20 Day (see page 464) 
WEBBER & HAYWARD, 331 to 335 Main (see page 464) 
Williams Furniture Co., 46 and 50 Day 

House, Store and Office Finish. 

DAVIS M., ESTATE OF, 31 North (see front cover) 

PRIEST C. A. LUMBER CO., 45 Rollstone (see inside back 

cover) 
TINSLEY & ABELL, (1) 234 Main (see page 491) 
WEBBER MARTIN, 31 Newton pi (see page 491) 

Ice Cream. 

Beverly George W., 128 1-2 Main 
READ EDWIN M., 370 Main (see page 471) 
RUGG A. A. MRS., 185 Main (see page 471) 
SEWARD I. G. & CO., 36 Main (see page 472) 

Ice Dealers. 

Greene & Sneddon, 64 Circle 

STONE E. A., office 13 Day (see page 496) 

Ice Machinery Mfrs. 

BURLEIGH ROCK DRILL CO., 129 Main (see page 440) 

Incorporated Companies. 

[See Stock Companies.] 

Insurance Companies. 

FITCHBURG MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., 372 Main 

(The Phoenix) (see page 429) 
TRAVELLERS' INSURANCE CO. of Hartford, Conn., C. E. 

Kirby agent, (2) 162 Main (see front colored page IX) 

Insurance Agents. 

Allison & Sweet, (11 and 12) 229 Main 

BAKER WILLIAM & SON, (fire) 140 Main (see page 449) 

Carpenter F. Scott, (life) (10) 229 Main 

CURRIER & BLANCHARD, (fire) (1) 129 Main (see page 450) 

HAMILTON CHARLES O., (National Life Ins. Co. of Vermont) 

234 Main (see page 450) 
Hancock John Mutual Life Ins. Co., Robert A. Beatty agent, (7 and 

8) 352 Main 
HATCH H. A., (fire, life, accident and liability) 204 Main (see 

page 450) 
Hillery Martin C, (life) (24) 145 Main 
Jackson H. & Son, '(life) (1) 229 Main 
KIRBY C. E., (fire, life and accident) (2) 162 Main (see front 

colored page IX) 
LAWTON ROBERT, (fire) (24) 145 Main (see page 448) 
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., W. H. Travis supt, (22) Park bldg 117 

Main 






FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 343 

Patch Henry C, (life) CD 229 Main 

PUTNEY W. E., (4) 162 Main (see page 449) 

Rawson K. Pardon, (fire) 234 Main 

Sawyer S. W., (life) 165 Main 

SHANNON JAMES B., (fire and life) 104 Main (see page 449) 

Investment Securities. 

Allison & Sweet, (11 and 12) 229 Main 

FITCHBURG LOAN, TRUST AND SAFETY DEPOSIT CO., 

125 Main (see page 429) 
Kirby C. E., (2) 162 Main 

Iron Foundries. 

GOODNOW L. H. FOUNDRY CO., Crocker (see page 438) 
HEYWOOD, WILSON & CO., 27 Main (see page 439) 
PERAULT M. J., 115 Water (see page 439) 

PUTNAM MACHINE CO., Putnam near Main (see front colored 
page IV) 

Iron and Steel. 
DAMON & GOULD CO., 135 Main (see page 466) 
HARDY JOHN, (scrap) 105 Water (see page 434) 
LAWRENCE SONS & CO., 40 Main (see page 466) 

Iron Work for Buildings. 

GOODNOW L. H. FOUNDRY CO., Crocker (see page 438) 
Works & Briggs (contractors), 145 Main 

Japanning. 

FITCHBURG ENAMEL WORKS, Charles Allen prop., r 26 East 
(see page 466) 

Jewelers, Watchmakers and Repairers. 

Conn R. R., 362 Main 

Converse I. O., 168 Main 

Fox Edward T., 187 Main 

Hall Franklin S., 194 Main 

Martin Sanford M. (repairer), 62 Arlington 

Montaire Joseph, 49 Elm 

Pratt L. H. & Co., 160 Main 

Rice Oran S. & Co., 118 Main 

ROGERS ARTHUR E., 366 Main (see back cover) 

Smith Charles M., 101 Main 

Stevens Arthur (repairer), 234 Main 

Turner William H. (repairer), 74 Snow 

Vanderwarker Charles H.. 3 Prichard 

Webber C. E., 193 Main ' 

Jobbers and Teamsters. 
Allen Charles E., 39 Cedar 
Arnold F. H., 16 Harwood pi 
Belanger Louis, 79 Townsend 
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344 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Carey Michael, 28 Lincoln 

Choate Irving N., 157 Main 

Clapp Waldo E., 55 Central, stable Church 

Cobleigh John H., 502 Main 

Corey Warren J., 6 Oliver 

Cote James, 80 Fairmount 

Cragin Charles W., 11 Central 

Curley John F. (parcel express), 196 Main 

Curtis L. (package express), 30 Pine 

Danforth Gilman (parcel), 207 Main 

Duggan James, 11 Washington 

Far well E. N. (baggage transfer), passenger depot 

Fay V. S., 8 Congress pi 

FULLER DWIGHT G. (trucking), 501 Main (see page 482) 

HESSION THOMAS S., 1044 River, W. F. (see page 497; 

HOLLAND J. H., 446 Water (see page 468) 

Hubbard W. W., 33 Cottage sq 

Kinsman Cyrus C, 234 Mechanic 

Legrow Joseph S., 7 Townsend 

Lessard Charles, Daniels cor Plymouth 

Litchfield George H., 11 Oak 

Lord G. S., 10 Highland av 

McCAULIFF F. A., 37 River (see page 484) 

McGinnis Albert, 24 Railroad 

McGuirk Michael, 11 Washington 

Mulroy Timothy O., 150 Water 

Phelps John W., 7 Winch 

Rogers Henry B., 57 Townsend 

Rouleau Dosithe. 57 Sheridan 

Rowley J. R., 193 River 

Simonds Bros., office 11 Cottage sq., stable 65 Grove 

Smith E., 205 Summer 

STONE E. A. (heavy), 13 Day (see page 496) 

Waite George E. & Co., Princeton rd cor Westminster, W. F. 

Walker John M., 98 High 

Warner W. E. (parcel), 166 and 365 Main 

Junk Dealers, 

Black Barney, 23 Berry 

BOROWSKY JACOB, 120 Boutelle (see page 434) 

Collman & Schobel, Jackson av near Jerry 

Cotting John J., 112 East 

HARDY JOHN, 105 Water (see page 434) 

Jarvis Henry E., 28 Phillips av, W. F. 

Page George E., 90 North 

PATCH LYMAN, 390 Main (see page 465) 

Sarkin Jake, 199 Water 

Williams G. F., 98 North 



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FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 345 

Ladder Dealers. 

MOESE BROS., 89 Day (see page 492) 

Spaulding Osmon L. (repairing and second-hand ), rear 7 Pacific 

Lathe Mfrs. (Wood- Turning.) 

COWDREY C. H. MACHINE WORKS, rear 5 Main (see front 

colored page VI) 
FITCHBURG MACHINE WORKS, 13 to 21 Main (see front 

colored page VI) 
PUTNAM MACHINE CO., Putnam near Main (see front colored 

page IV) 
Waymoth A. D. & Co., 28 Newton pi 
WILDER C. W., rear-126 Water (see page 442) 
Wilder Levi, Albee near Cleveland 

Laundries. 

BANNER STEAM LAUNDRY, John K. Stewart prop, rear 109 

Myrtle av (see page 462) 
Chong Sam, 26 Academy 
FITCHBURG STEAM LAUNDRY, A. A. Buxton prop, laundry 

37 Grove, office 209 Main (see page 463) 
Hill Warren R., 225 Water 
Hong Joe M., 14 Blossom 
Hoy Cheep, 192 Water 
Kee Sam, 341 Main 
Lee Ming, 6 1-2 Main 
Miller Gilbert F. Mrs., 62 Winter 
Moy Sam, 394 Main 
PALACE STEAM LAUNDRY, Bates Bros, props, Albee near 

Cleveland (see page 462) 
Sing Charlie, 165 Fairmount 
Toy Wong, 1084 River, W. F. 
Wah Charles, 407 Main 
Wah Sam, 26 North and 136 Water 
Yee Wing, 72 Green 
Yee Wong, 402 Main 
Yum Y. S., 8 and 26 Day 

Lawn Mower Repairer. 

TYRRELL H. P, 459 Main (see page 443) 

Lawyers. 

[See Attorneys-at-Law.j 

Leather and Findings. 

PIERCE JOSEPH & SON, 175 Main (see page 469) 
SOLE LEATHER TIP CO., 64 Main (see page 441) 

Leather Splitting Knife Mfrs. 

DAVIS E. & SON, Rockville, W. F. (see page 435) 



346 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Lime and Cement. 

CUMMINGS & SHEDD (wholesale and retail), 350 Main (see 

page 467) 
DAMON & GOULD CO., 133 and 135 Main (see page 466) 
LAWRENCE SONS & CO., 40 Main (see page 466) 

Livery and Feed Stables. 

Bailey B. F., Grove cor Brook 

Bennett F. A., 23 Snow 

BLISS A. S., 100 Main (see page 497) 

DAVIS ARCHER C, 134 Lunenburg (see page 497) 

DEWING C. F., 12 Day and r 369 Main (see page 497) 

Dole Edward B., 2 Chestnut 

Fuller D. L. (sale), rear The Fitchburg, 369 Main 

HESSION THOMAS S., 1044 River, W. F. (see page 497) 

Larkin M. C, 53 Prichard 

ROLLSTONE STABLES, Guy Woods prop, 23 Academy rear 

National House (see page 498) 
Roy Eugene, 11 Orchard 
St. Germain William, 47 Academy 
Wheeler George M., 41 Fox 

Locksmiths. 

Galpin Samuel W., 1 Joslin pi rear 26 Summer 
Smith W. W., 351 Main 

Loom Mfrs. 

FITCHBURG STEAM ENGINE CO., Cleghorn cor Oak Hillav 
(see inside front cover) 

Lumber Dealers. 
CUSHING J. & CO., 23 Laurel (see page 474) 
DAVIS MIAL ESTATE OF, 31 North n Main (see front cover) 
GARNO W. A., 114 to 124 Lunenburg (see page 478) 
JOHNSON W. C, 109 Water (see page 487) 
PRIEST C. A. LUMBER CO., 45 Rollstone (see inside back 

cover) 
Proctor R. K., 69 Bemis 

TINSLEY & ABELL, (1) 234 Main (see page 491) 
TWICHELL SETH, 96 Main (see page 491) 
WEBBER MARTIN, 31 Newton pi (see page 491) 

Machine Handles Mfrs. 

SIMONDS ROLLING-MACHINE CO., 24 Willow (see p 440) 
Machine Knife Mfrs. 

DAVIS E. & SON, Rockville, W. F. (see page 435) 
SIMONDS MANUFACTURING CO., 58 Main (see front col- 
ored page III) 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 347 

Machinery Dealers. 

Adjustable Saw Table Co., r 5 Main 
JOHNSON W. C, 109 Water (see page 487) 
LOVELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, 97 to 103 Boutelle (see 
page 437) 

Machinists. 

Adjustable Saw Table Co., r 5 Main 

American Compellator Co., (woolen machinery attachments) 42 West 

BECKER JOHN MFG. CO., 373 to 379 Water (see page 437) 

BLAKE W. H. STEAM PUMP CO., (steam pumps) r L. H. 
Goodnow Foundry Co., Crocker (see page 438) 

Brown Bag Filling Machine Co., (machines for rilling bags) 5 Main 

BROW T N C. H. & CO., (steam engines) 16 to 22 Main (see front 
colored page Y) 

BURLEIGH ROCK DRILL CO., (rock drilling machinery) of- 
fice 129 Main (seepage 440) 

COWDREY C. H. MACHINE WORKS (wood turning lathes 
and light jobbing) r 5 Main (see front colored page Yl) 

DAYIS E. & SON, (repairing) Rockville, W. F. (see page 435) 

Deane H. C, (special and jobbing) r 1 Main 

FITCHBURG MACHINE WORKS, (machinists' tools) 13 to 21 
Main (see front colored page YI) 

FITCHBURG STEAM ENGINE CO., (steam engines) Cleghorn 
cor Oak Hill av (see inside front cover) 

Keyes Charles E., rear 1 Main 

KUHN FRED L., (small stationary steam engines and special ma- 
chinery) 170 Lunenburg (see page 437) 

LOYELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, 97 to 103 Boutelle (see 
page 437) 

PUTNAM MACHINE CO., (steam engines, iron and wood work- 
ing machinery) Putnam n Main (see front colored page IY) 

PUTNAM TOOL DEPT. PUTNAM MACHINE CO., 67 Wal- 
nut (see front colored page IY) 

SIMONDS MANUFACTURING CO., (circular saws and ma- 
chine knives) 28 to 58 Main (see front colored page III) 

Stratton Joseph L., rear 5 Main 

THOMSON ALEXANDER, (boiler makers' tools), 20 Rollstone, 
office (6) 411 Main (see page 435) 

TOLMAN CYRUS S., (emery grinding machinery) r L. H. Good- 
now Foundry Co., Crocker (see page 437) 

TYRRELL HARLAN P., 459 Main (see page 443) 

UNION MACHINE CO., (paper machinery) 120 to 124 Water 
(see page 436) 

Waymoth A. D. & Co., (turning lathes) 28 Newton place 

WILDER CHARLES W., (wood turning lathes) rear 126 Water 
(see page 442) 

Wilder Levi, (wood turning lathes) Albee n Cleveland 



348 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Machinists 9 Tools Mfrs. and Dealers. 

BECKER JOHN MFG. CO., 373 to 379 Water (see page 437) 

FITCHBURG MACHINE WORKS, 13 to 21 Main (see front col- 
ored page VI) 

PUTNAM MACHINE CO., Putnam near Main (see front colored 
page IV) 

PUTNAM TOOL DEPT. PUTNAM MACHINE CO., 67 Wal- 
nut (see front colored page IV) 

TYRRELL H. P., (small and special) 459 Main (see page 443) 

Manicures. 

Joslin Ida M. Mrs., 191 Main 

ROCK MARGARET E. Miss, 239 1-2 Main (see page 470) 

Sawyer A. McLane Mrs., 199 Main 

Manila Box Board Mfrs. 

FALULAH PAPER CO., office (18) 229 Main, mill Falulah rd, 
S. F. (see page 433) 

Marble Workers. 

Fitchburg Marble and Granite Co., rear 257 Main 
HARTWELL & REED, 279 Main (see page 483) 

Market Gardeners. 

Bascom Irwin O., Fisher road cor Pearl Hill road 
Bascom Silas M., Fisher road cor Pearl Hill road 
BURNAP E. S., Williams road (see page 472) 
Heslam James, Pearl Hill road 
Lowe Eugene, Pearl Hill road 
Proctor William, Pearl Hill road 
Shaw W 7 illiam, Pearl Hill road 
Walker William, Pearl Hill road 
Webster James A., Sheldon road, W. F. 

Masons and Builders. 

Couture Zephirin, 52 Clinton 

Cummings Joseph, 102 East 

Dunkason Angus, 95 Pacific 

Gilchrest G. A., 17 Townsend and 168 Lunenburg 

GILCHREST, W T ILEY & FOSS, Central cor Brook (see page 492JJ 

Lawrence S. S. & H. N., 26 Highland av 

TIFT & FISH, 3 Circle, office 8 Park (see page 492) 

Mattress and Feather Renovators. 

FITCHBURG MATTRESS MFG. CO., George L. Smiley prop 

60 Intervale (see page 463) 
FITCHBURG STEAM CARPET CLEANING WORKS, of! 

Putnam r Jennison Plumbing Co. (see page 463^) 
PHILBROOK HOUSE FURNISHING CO., 222 Main (see p 464 



FITCHBUKG DIRECTORY. 349 

Mattress Mfrs. 

FERDINAND FURNITURE CO., 219 and 221 Main (see p 464) 
FITCHBURG MATTRESS MFG. CO., George L. Smiley prop, 

60 Intervale, S. F., (see page 463) 
FITCHBURG STEAM CARPET CLEANING WORKS, off 

Putnam r Jennison Plumbing Co. (see page 463) 
PHILBROOK HOUSE FURNISHING CO., 222 Main (see 

page 464) 

Meat Markets. 

Armour & Co. (wholesale), 31 Laurel 

Armstrong Silas M. (peddler), 20 Winch 

Bonner William (peddler), 23 Warren 

Bourdeau Frederick (peddler), Water n town line, S. F. 

Brown E. E., 26 Cascade, W. F. 

Burdo Louis D., 251 River 

Buttrick Hiram A., 6 Main 

Collette Z. J., 169 1-2 Water 

COUSINS LEWIS A., 177 Main (see front cover) 

CROOKER F. B., 88 and 90 Green (see page 480) 

Dalev Daniel F., 3 Salem n Spruce 

DAVIS THOMAS W., 304 Main (see page 478) 

Emery H. W., 42 Academv 

Emory B. P., 171 Main 

Gould Patrick P., 1070 River W. F. 

GUTEZEIT MARKET, M. W. Commons manager, 44 Main (see 

page 481) 
Harrigan Owen E., 219 Water 
Hay John D., 172 Fairmount 
Holbrook George T., 74 Charles 
Hoyer Jacob, 22 Leighton 
JASEPH J. F., 228 Main (see page 481) 
Kelley Alphonso, 493 Main 
LABBE ALFRED, 146 Water (see page 478) 
Lamothe George. 53 Bemis and 1 Plymouth 
Lavoie George (peddler), 170 Kimball 
L'Ecuyer Louis Jr., 37 Daniels 

LOWE BROS. & CO. (wholesale), 5 South (see page 479) 
Main Street Cash Market, H. W. Lawrence manager, 80 Main 
Morin F. X. (peddler), 233 Beech 

Newton Bros., 64 Green « 

Noel Dominic (peddler), 81 Cleghorn 
Paul Charles, 4 Cleghorn 

People's Market, William P. Rogers prop, 358 Main 
Proteau Timothy, 169 1-2 Water 
PUBLIC MARKET, 177 Main (see front cover) 
Randel George H., 385 Main 
Rivers Joseph A., 219 Fairmount 



350 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Robinson D: A. (peddler,) Whittemore n Mechanic 

Roddy Henry T. (peddler,) 58 Birch 

ROLLSTONE MARKET, W. C. Emory prop, 405 Main (seep480) 

RYAN FREDERICK, 220 Water (see page 480) 

SCANLON BROS. & CO., (wholesale) 85 Water (see page 479) 

SCANLON J. H. & W. L., 199 Water (see page 481) 

SHATTUCK FREDERICK D., 22 Day (see page 479) 

Smith John W., 171 Fairmount 

Soderberg G. & Co., 6 Beech 

Stratton E. E., 233 Main 

TODD ARTHUR D., 151 Lunenburg (see page 480) 

Tucker Bros., 108 Westminster, W. F. 

Wachusett Beef Co., 11 Depot, W. F. 

WATSON CHARLES H., 497 Main (see page 481) 

Wood Frank A., 7 Laurel 

Wright A. W., 36 Day 

Merchant Tailors. 

Corbiere Peter E., 74 Main 
FULLER L., 205 Main (see page 461) 
Gaudet Edmond, 176 Fairmount 
Goodere H. E., (2) 229 Main 
Goodere Bros., 171 Main 
Holland J. A., (5) 162 Main 
Lounev Michael, 173 Main 
McTaggart William G., (3) 162 Main 
Richmond Elmer O., 343 Main 
Tuttle Albert C, 359 Main 

Metal Dealers. 
BOROWSKY JACOB, (old) 120 Boutelle (see page 434) 
Collman & Schobel, (old) Jackson av n Jerry 
HARDY JOHN, (new and old) office 105 Water (see page 434) 

Milk Dealers. 

BURNAP EDWIN S., Williams rd (see page 472) 
FITCHBURG CREAMERY, French & Learned props, 27 Prichard 

(see page 474) 
Majander Joseph, 87 Mechanic 
Whitcomb Walter E., 79 Charles 

Mill Architects. 

UNION MACHINE CO., 120 to 124 Water (see page 436) 

Mill Supplies. 

CUM MINGS & SHEDD, (wholesale and retail) 350 Main (see 

page 467) 
DAMON & GOULD CO., 133 and 135 Main (see page 466) 
JOHNSON W. C, 109 Water (see page 467) 
LAWRENCE SONS & CO., 40 Main (see page 466) 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 351 

LOVELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, 97 to 103 Boutelle (see 

page 437) 
PARKS G. M., 453 Main (see inside back cover) 

Milling and Screw Machine Mfrs. 

BECKER JOHN MFG. CO., 373 to 379 Water (see page 437) 
FITCHBURG MACHINE WORKS, 13 to 21 Main )see front 
colored page VI) 

Millinery, 

Brody Julia Mrs., 31 Grove 

Cote Pierre Mrs., 210 Fairmount 

DOTEN C. H., 226 Main (see page 458) 

GEOFFRION A. MRS., 215 Main (see page 460) 

GIRARD SADIE V. MISS, 197 Main (see page 460) 

HARLEY DANIEL, 210 and 212 Main (see page 459) 

Masse Louis Mrs., 171 1-2 Water 

NICHOLS & FROST, 152 and 156 Main (see page 458) 

Norton Mary G., 208 Main 

Sawyer Annie McLane Mrs, 165 Main 

Stanley S. C. Mrs., 192 Main 

Stiles James F., 355 Main 

Trenholm A. E. Miss, 187 Main 

White & Currier, 184 1-2 Main 

Millwrights. 

LOVELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, 97 to 103 Boutelle (see 
page 437) 

Mining Machinery Mfrs. 

BURLEIGH ROCK DRILL CO., 129 Main (see page 440) 

Model Maker. 
TYRRELL H. P., 459 Main (see page 443) 

Molding Mfrs. 

[See Planing and Molding Mills. J 

Music and Musical Instruments. 

CHAFFIN J. F., 157 Main (see page 453) 

GILLESPIE JOHN, 104 Main (see page 453) 

MAUCH & WHITCOMB, Park bldg 117 Main (see page 453) 

Rich B. L. & Co., 162 Main 

Music Teachers. 

Abbott F. W. Mrs., 6 Milk 

Bartow Cora G. Mrs., (vocal) 25 Beacon 

Becker Hendrick E., 239 1-2 Main 

Belding Augustine S., (instrumental) 29 Pleasant 

Brakenridge C. Belle, 87 Lincoln 



352 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Carey M. G. Miss, 31 Clinton 

Chaffin Kate Miss, 10 Oak 

Cleveland E. E. Mrs., (banjo and mandolin) 23 School 

Colburn Clarence W., (piano) 82 Pleasant 

Dunster Frederic A., (vocal and instrumental) 56 Pleasant 

Frost S. C, 43 North 

GEOFFRION ARTHUR, (clarinet) 78 Cedar and 117 Main (see 

page'453) 
Jackson Harriet E. Miss, (guitar) 29 Mt. Vernon 
Jefts F. S. Mrs., 484 Main 
Kuehl Hugo, 59 Walton 
Lawrence Edith L. Miss, 53 Highland av 
Lovering Carrie A. Miss, 10 Winter 
Lucier Charles H., (banjo) 415 Main 
MAUCH TAFLEY, (cornet) 117 Main (see page 453) 
Parker George L., (vocal) 250 Main 

PATZ G. A., (violin and cornet) 5 Charles (see page 453) 
Potter Lucy Conn Mrs., 16 Elm 
Putnam Marion M. Miss, 67 Walnut 
Quessy Delia Miss, 79 Walnut 
Sawyer G. A., (banjo) 161 Main 
Smith Florence M. Miss, 42 Chestnut 
Whalley Maude E. Miss, (mandolin) 17 Newton pi 
Whalley W. T. Mrs., (piano, banjo and guitar) 17 Newton pi 
Whitcomb C. Austin, (violin) Park bldg 117 Main 
Wiley Bertha A. Miss, (piano) 109 Prichard 
Willard Josephine G. Miss, 84 Arlington 
Woodworth Laura A. Miss, 417 Main 

News Dealers- 

Bigelow A. W. Mrs., 56 Green 

BOWKER F. E. & CO., 244 Main (see page 452) 

Brooks Lorin S., 17 Day 

CUMMINGS & REMINGTON, 356 Main (see page 434) 

Danielson Daniel, 296 Main 

Flynn Joseph G., 47 Elm 

Hayes Daniel, 21 Westminster, W. F. 

OLSON JOHN, 505 Main (see page 452) 

Sanborn Herbert C, 373 Main 

Sawtell J. M., passenger depot 

THOMPSON J. E., 118 Main (see page 452) 

Neivspapers . 

FITCHBURG EVENING MAIL (daily), Park bldg, 19 Water 

(see page 500) 
FITCHBURG SENTINEL (daily and weekly), Sentinel Printing 

Co., publishers, 389 Main (see insert page) 
Idan Uutiset (The Eastern News), 99 Mechanic 
Present Truths, (monthly) Rev. R. C. Brown editor, 173 Myrtle av 






FITOHBURG DIRECTORY. 353 

Nickel Plater. 

Kingston Walter W., 8 Putnam 

Notaries Public. 

[For List of Notaries see Contents.] 

Nurses. 

[Those marked with a * are Registered at H. A. Estabrook's, 196 Main.] 

Alger Sophronia, 10 Cherry 

Anderson Johanna Mrs., 142 Mechanic 

♦Asmon Louisa Miss, 14 Mt. Vernon and 196 Main 

*Bailey S. J. Mrs. 196 Main 

*Blake Laura E. Mrs., 24 Arlington and 196 Main 

♦Blanchard Catherine Miss, 110 Blossom 

Claflin Clara Mrs., 28 Ash 

*Collins Laura Mrs., 196 Main 

*Connor EUen T. Miss, 196 Main 

Cunningham Mary E. Mrs., 41 Lunenburg 

♦Darling Dunsire Mrs., 196 Main 

Darling Mary J. Mrs., 164 Myrtle av 

*Eady A. P. Miss, 20 Prichard and 196 Main 

♦Eaton Eleanor F. Mrs., 196 Main 

♦Elliott Maud L. Miss, 20 Prichard 

♦Eppler Annie Miss, 196 Main 

♦Garland Caroline Miss, 196 Main 

*Gibson S. L. Miss, 196 Main 

Gilchrest Mary Mrs., Pearl ext cor Townsend rd 

*Goss B. J. Mrs., 196 Main 

Goss Mary E. Mrs., 52 Arlington 

*Grover Etta E. Miss., 196 Main 

Kimball Martha Mrs., 420 Main 

*Lister Mary Miss, 335 Ashburnham, W. F. 

Litch L. W. Mrs., Hospital 

Lovell Achsah Mrs., 60 Pacific 

♦Martin Elizabeth Mrs., 196 Main 

♦Marwell Jennie L., 196 Main 

♦Masterson M. Miss, 196 Main 

Page William Mrs., 101 Snow 

Perley Susan E. Mrs., 39 Oliver 

♦Phillips A. B. Mrs., 196 Main 

Pratt Mary E. Mrs., 15 Wood 

Reynolds Lottie A. Mrs., 90 Blossom 

♦Rickard F. E. Miss, 196 Main 

Robbins James L. Mrs., 21 Willow 

♦Scott Mary J. Miss, 196 Main 

♦Shedd Sarah F. Mrs., 196 Main 

Starr E. R. Mrs., 99 Cedar 

Tenney Sarah H. Mrs., 121 Prichard 

♦Thayer A. M., 196 Main 



354 FITCHBUKG DIRECTORY. 

Towns Margaret Miss, 127 Blossom 

♦Tucker H. K. Miss, 335 Ashburnham, W. F. and 196 Main 

Upton L. A. Mrs., 23 Brigham park 

*Wade Jennie R., 100 Day and 196 Main 

*Whalon Nellie Miss, 196 Main 

*Whittemore A. Miss, 196 Main 

*Wyman Essie E. Miss, 54 Prichard and 196 Main 

*Wyman H. C. Mrs., 196 Main 

Nurses' Directory, 
ESTABROOK H. A., 196 Main (see page 455) 

Oil Dealers. 

Booth Orville W. (peddler), 115 Summer 

Fitchburg Oil Supply, Frank L. Blodgett prop, 177 Main 

JOHNSON WILLIAM C, 109 Water (see page 487) 

Opticians. 

Corbit Frank T., 187 Main 

Pratt L. H. & Co., 160 Main 

ROGERS A. E., 366 Main (see back cover) 

RUBLEE N. C. & CO., 195 Main (see page 451) 

Stevens Arthur, (1) 234 Main 

Organ Material Mfrs. 

ADAMS H. B., rear 126 Water (see page 442) 

BROWN L., City Steam Mills, 31 North (see page 442) 

Cushing S. G., 29 Newton pi 

Mossman Jerome, rear 5 Main 

NOVELTY TURNING CO., City Steam Mills, 31 North (see 

page 442) 
Whitney Jonas, 23 Newton pi 

Painters. 
BETTERS GEORGE, (house; 227 River (see page 495) 
Bickford Stephen H., 61 Pine 
Brody Michael, rear 31 Newton place 
Brown Chester F., (carriage and sign) 51 Academy 
BUCKLEY GEORGE, 10 Laurel (see page 493) 
Childs Frederick A., (carriage and sign) rear 660 W T ater 
Delisle Leon, 39 Allen 

DEMMON W. M., (house and sign) 27 Oliver (see page 494) 
DONNELLY THOMAS E., (sign and fresco) 183 Water (see 

page 493) 
Harris Jonas, 1 Circle 
Renault & Rufiange, 142 Fairmount 

HOLT A. A., (carriage) 106 Lunenburg (see page 495) 
Howe W. A. & W. C, (carriage) 10 North 
Knight Albert , (interior decorator) 54 Lawrence 
Lewis G. T., 86 Pacific 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 355 

Moran Dennis J., 1041 River, W. F. 
Perry Fred A., (house) 46 Clinton 
Rivers Frank, 144 Lunenburg 
Rogers E. H, (sign) 304 1-2 Main 
Stone E. F., (carriage, sign and ornamental) 13 Brook 
Stowe E. C, 22 Elm 

STOYVE S. A., (house) Back Bay off Putnam (see page 494) 
Tanner William W., 19 Mechanic 
Wallace Bros., 30 Newton place 

WESTON STEPHEN, (sign and ornamental) Back Bay off Put- 
nam (see page 493) 
WILLIAMS A. P. & CO., 73 Laurel (see page 494) 

Paints, Oils and Glass. 

COOK B. A. & CO., 237 Main (see page 493) 

CUMMINGS & SHEDD, (wholesale and retail) 350 Main (see 

page 467) 
DAMON & GOULD CO.. 135 Main (see page 466) 
DAVIS M. ESTATE OF, 31 North (see front cover) 
GARNO W. A., (glass) 114 to 124 Lunenburg (see page 485) 
JOHNSON W. C, (oils and glass) 109 Water (see page 487) 
LAWRENCE SONS & CO., 40 Main (see page 466) 
PRIEST C. A. LUMBER CO., 45 Rollstone (see inside back 

cover) 
WILLIAMS A. P. & CO., 73 Laurel (see page 494) 

JPaper Sags and Twine (Wholesale). 

Cross C. A. & Co., 21 Water 

CUMMINGS & REMINGTON, 356 Main (see page 434) 

ESTABROOK H. T., 256 Main (see page 452) 

Paper Box Mfr. 

WHITTEMORE ERIC H., 114 Lunenburg (see page 485) 

Paper Coaters. 
FALULAH PAPER CO", office (18) 229 Main, mill Falulah rd, 
(see page 433) 

Paper Dealers. 
CUMMINGS & REMINGTON, (wholesale) 356 Main (see page 

434) 
ESTABROOK H. T., (wholesale) 256 Main (see page 452) 

Paper Hangers. 

BUCKLEY GEORGE, 10 Laurel (see page 493) 
BUXTON A. A., 37 Grove (see page 463) 
Carpenter John B., 290 Main 
COOK B. A. & CO., 237 Main (see page 493) 
DEMMON W. M., 27 Oliver (see page 494) 
DONNELLY THOMAS E., 183 W r ater (see page 493) 
Endres George F., 4 Pearl 



356 FITOHBUEG DIRECTORY. 

Lewis G. T., 86 Pacific 

Moran Dennis J., 1041 Kiver, W. F. 

PAGE GEORGE Z., 357 Main and 11 Day (see page 494) 

Ryan William H., 243 Water 

Tanner William W., 19 Mechanic 

WILLIAMS A. P. & CO., 73 Laurel (see page 494) 

Paper Hangings. 

Bartlett Winthrop W., 19 Prichard 

Bowker Frank, 192 Main 

BUXTON A. A., 37 Grove (see page 463) 

Carpenter John B., 290 Main 

COOK B. A. & CO., 237 Main (see page 493) 

DEMMON W. M., 27 Oliver (see page 494) 

PAGE GEORGE Z., 357 Main and 11 Day (see page 494) 

Ryan William H., 243 Water 

Paper Mfrs. 

CROCKER, BURBANK & CO., office 545 Westminster, W. F., 

P. O. address Fitchburg (see page 433) 
FALULAH PAPER CO., office (18) 229 Main, mill Falulah rd, 

(see page 433) 
FITCHBURG PAPER CO., Rodney Wallace prop, (2 and 3) 387 

Main (see page 433) 
Wheelwright George W. Paper Co., Fourth below railroad crossing 

Paper Mill Bar and Bed Plate Mfrs. 

DAVIS E. & SON, Rockville, W. F., (see page 435) 
UNION MACHINE CO., 120 to 124 Water (see page 436) 

Paper Mill Machinery. 

DAVIS E. & SON, Rockville, W. F. (see page 435) 

DILLON D. M., Crocker (see page 436) 

UNION MACHINE CO., 120 to 124 Water (see page 436) 

Paper Mill Machinery Bepairers. 

DAVIS E. & SON, Rockville, W. F. (see page 435) 
UNION MACHINE CO., 120 to 124 Water (see page 436) 

Paper Patterns (Ladies' Fashion). 

NICHOLS & FROST (Butterick's), 150 to 156 Main (see p 458) 

Paper Stock Dealers. 

Bartow &> Cookson, 413 River 

BOROWSKY JACOB, 120 Boutelle (see page 434) 

Collman & Schobel. Jackson av near Jerry 

HARDY JOHN, 105 Water (see page 434) 

PATCH LYMAN, 390 Main (see page 465) 

WALLACE RODNEY, (2 and 3) 387 Main (see page 433) 

Williams George F., 96 North 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 357 

Pattern and Model Makers. 

BECKER JOHN MFG. CO., 373 to 379 Water (see page 437) 
COCHRAN & LOCK WOOD, Crocker (see page 443) 
COWDREY C. H. MACHINE WORKS (model), rear 5 Main 

(see front colored page VI) 
TENNEY C. L., 21 Main, over F. M. Works (see page 443) 

Pawn Broker. 

Atwood Walter A. (6) 162 Main 

Pension Agents. 

Kendall Charles W., 239 1-2 Main 
Plimpton M. F., (2) 191 Main 

Photographers . 
Burns W. F., Lunenburg cor Summer 
Cate F. I., 172 Main 
Damon A. B., (32) 145 Main 
Lagace Arthur, 175 Fairmount 
Manning T. A., 224 1-2 Main 
McKenney A. S., 179 Main 
MOULTON J. C, 368 Main (see page 454) 
Phoenix Studio, Miss May I. Whipple prop, 355 1-2 Main 
SNOW & McDERMOTT, 197 1-2 Main (see page 454) 
Stickney Fred H., 132 Water 

Physicians. 

[Those marked with a star are members of the Massachusetts Medical Society.] 

Beauchamp Zenophide, 128 Fairmount 
/ Burnell Charles W., 96 Snow 

*Colony George D., 50 Blossom 
/KCOOK MABELL M., 18 Hartwell. Office hours 1 to 3 and 6 to 
7 p. m. 
*Cutter E. J., 30 Prichard /T\ 

*Donlon John M., 51 Prichard Y \ HO aa^i o^I AU 
Duquet P, 42 Walnut W^ 

*Fiske Eustace L., 20 Prichard 
Gariepy Canaille, 136 Fairmount 
Grieumard George A., 451 Main 
IXHitchcock A. O., 30 Prichard 
**Kielty J. D., 5 Day 

Lowell A. P., Burbank Hospital 
/*Lyons H. H., 6 Prichard 
|**Mason A. P., (1) 355 1-2 Main 
|X*Miller E. P, 24 Church 
/Norton George P., 24 Prichard 
, /*Palardy Joseph H., 209 1-2 Main 
|/Pierson H. W., 130 Ashburnham, W. F. 

I^RICE CHARLES H., 12 Prichard. Office hours 8 to 9 a. m. 
and 1.30 to 3.30 p. m. 



358 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

X*ROSS R. OSWALD, 158 Green. Office hours 9 to 10 a. m. and 

2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 351-3 
/ *SAWYER WALTER F., 2 Crescent. Office hours 9 to 10 a. 

m., 1.30 to 3.30 and 7 to 8 p. m. 
X *Sidney A. W., 24 Holt 
j( *STIMSON J. W., 101 Prichard. Office hours from 1 to 3 and 6 

to 7.30 p. m. except Tuesdays and Sundays 
X *Thompson F. H., 6 Crescent cor Pleasant 

/*TULLY EDWARD J., 96 Main. Office hours from 1 to 3 and 
7 to 8 p. m. Also 35 Westminster, W. F. 
Whallev WiUiam T., 17 Newton pi 

WALLIS NATHANIEL, 153 Lunenburg. Office hours 9 to 11 
a. in., 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone connection 
K *WOODWORTH D. SIDNEY, 417 Main. Office hours 2 to 3 
and 7 to 8 p. m. 
Yvon John B. W\, 148 1-2 Water 

HOMCEOPATHIC. 
BENNETT WILLIAM H., 39 Hartwell. Office hours 8 to 9 a. 
in., and 1 to 3 and 6 to 8 p. m. 
^BINGHAM RUSSELL, 62 Day. Office hours 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 3 
and 6 to 7.30 p. m. Telephone 225-4. 
Bradford O. L., 52 Pleasant 
X Luscombe J. E., (4) 129 Main and 473 North 

SCHENCK ELLEN EASTMAN, 465 Main. Office hours 1 to 3 
and 7 to 8 p. m. 

ECLECTIC. 
Brigham H. H., 203 Main and 4 Brigham park 

SPECIALISTS. 

Dahl H. P. N., feye) 197 1-2 Main 
Fox C. L., 191 Main 

Piano Polish (Electric) Mfr. 

Williams A. E., 250 Main 

Pianos and Organs. 

CHAFFIN J. F., 157 Main (see page 453) 

GILLESPIE JOHN, 104 Main (see page 453) 

MAUCH & WH1TCOMB, (17) Park bldg 117 Main (see p 453) 

Rich B. L. & Co., 168 Main 

Winslow & Hall, 25 Prichard 

Piano and Organ Tuners, 

CHAFFIN J. F, 157 Main (see page 453) 
Reed C. A., 104 Main 
Rich B. L. & Co., 168 Main 
Williams A. E., 250 Main 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 359 

Pictures and Picture Frames. 

Butler T. J. Mrs., 154 Water 

BUXTON A. A., (moldings) 37 Grove (see page 463) 

Dunn William A., (4) 155 Main 

ESTABROOK H. T., 256 Main (see page 453) 

FERDINAND FURNITURE CO., 219 and 221 Main (see p 464) 

Hartnett T. F., 155 Westminster, W. F. 

LaRue A. Horace, 59 Walnut 

MOULTON J. C, 368 Main (see page 454) 

PIJILBROOK HOUSE FURNISHING CO., 222 Main (see 

page 464) 
Smith John R., 181 Water 

Planer Mfrs. (Wood). 

LOVELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, 97 to 103 Boutelle (see 
page 437) 

Planing Knives Mfrs. 

DAVIS E. & SON, Rockville, W. F. (see page 435) 
SIMONDS MANUFACTURING CO., 58 Main (see front colored 
page III) 

Planing and Molding Mills. 

DAVIS M., ESTATE OF, 31 North n Main (see front cover) 
GARNO WILLIAM A., 114 to 124 Lunenburg (see page 485) 
PRIEST C. A. LUMBER CO., 45 Rollstone (see inside back 

cover) 
WEBBER MARTIN, 31 Newton pi (see page 491) 

Plumbers. 

Barr James, 31 Lincoln 

BROWNELL & MASON, 159 Main (see page 465) 
Fitzgerald Bros., 17 Prichard 
Flynn Michael F., 9 Fourth 
HART & SHEA, 353 Main (see page 465) 

JENNISON PLUMBING CO., office 2T Water, shop Putnam n 
railroad crossing and 135 Westminster, W. F. (see front cover) 
Kingston C. H., 33 Blossom 
KNOWLTON G. B., 3 Main (see page 465) 
MACK JAMES H., r 36 Day (see page 466) 
Maney Thomas F., 46 Franklin 
Sullivan John H., 4 Granite 

Police Goods Mfrs. 

JOHNSON'S IVER ARMS AND CYCLE WORKS, 109 River 
(see front colored page opp map, and front edge) 
Pork Packers. 
LOWE BROS. & CO., 5 South (see page 479) 
UNION PORK CO., John Hardy treas, office 105 Water (see 
page 479) 
2 5 



360 FITOHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Portable Engines. 

LOVELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, 97 to 103 Boutelle (see page 

437) 

Printers. 
Bartlett H. C, 239 1-2 Main 

BLANCH ARD & BROWN, 25 Water (see page 451) 
Hervey Waldo E., 20 Elm 
Lambert T. J. & S. F., 183 Main 
Lawrence W. F., 173 Main 
Nutting Henry W., 75 Nashua 
ROLLSTONE PRINTING CO., Park bldg, 17 Water (see page 

500) 
SENTINEL PRINTING CO., 389 Main (see insert page) 
Swift George A., rear 36 Day 
Wright George W., 360 Main 

Produce Dealers (Wholesale). 

Chilton Alfred R., 96 Snow 

LOWE BROS. & CO., 5 South (see page 479) 

Macy E. B., 186 Main and 22 Laurel 

Poland P. & J., 10 South 

Rice Edward H., 48 Milk 

SCANLON BROS. & CO., 85 Water (see page 479) 

WOODWARD & JONES, 13 Day (see page 474) 

Projectile Mfrs. 

SIMONDS ROLLING-MACHINE CO., 24 Willow (see page 440) 

Proprietary Medicine Mfrs. 

THORN MEDICINE CO. THE, office and laboratory 25 West- 
minster, W. F. (see page 456) 

Provision Dealers {Wholesale). 

[See Meat Markets.] 

Publishers. 

[See also Newspapers.] 

PRICE & LEE CO. THE, (directory) 389 Main 

Pulley Mfrs. 

COWDREY C. H. MACHINE WORKS, (patent self-oiling) rear 
5 Main (see front colored page VI) 

Quarry men. 

LEARY & TERRELL, Rollstone Hill, office 5 Hazel (see page 

483) 
LITCHFIELD ORIN E., Rollstone Hill, office 14 Arlington (see 

page 484) 
McCAULIFF F. A., 37 River (see page 484) 
Terrell & French, Charles street ext 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 361 

Railroad and Machine Tools Supplies, 

FITCHBURG MACHINE WORKS, 13 to 21 Main (see front 

colored page VI) 
FITCHBURG TOOL CO., (see Putnam Machine Co.) 
PUTNAM TOOL DEPT. PUTNAM MACHINE CO., 67 Wal- 
nut (see front colored page IV) 

Railroad Ticket Agents. 

Allen George O., 138 Main 

Babbitt Charles A., Main cor Laurel 

Littlehale Roy 0., 16 Day 

Real Estate Agents. 

Allison & Sweet, (11 and 12) 229 Main 

Bagley Frank A., (1) 234 Main 

Daniels John H., 504 Main 

EMERSON & MONROE, (45) 229 Main (see page 489) 

LAWTON ROBERT, (24) 145 Main (see page 448) 

xMARSH ALPHONSO, (5) 140 Main (see page 447) 

RAYMOND & EATON, (10) 387 Main f see page 447) 

SANDERSON FREDERICK M., (1) 140 Main (see page 448) 

Shea Thomas H., (21) 145 Main 

UPHAM N. C, (41; 145 Main (see page 448) 

Wellington Augustus, 405 Blossom 

Reed ( Weaving) Mfr. 

Weston S. N., 29 Newton place 

Reed and Rattan Chair Betwells Mfrs. 

BROWN L., City Steam Mills, 31 North (see page 442) 

Mossman Jerome, rear 5 Main 

NOVELTY TURNING CO., North near Main (see page 442) 

Refrigerating Machine Mfrs. 

BURLEIGH ROCK DRILL CO., 129 Main (see page 440) 

Regalia and Society Goods. 

Ogden John W., 7 1-2 Highland av 

Restaurants. 

[See Dining Rooms] 

Rock Drills. 

BURLEIGH ROCK DRILL CO., 129 Main (see page 440) 

Rolled Forging s. 

SIMONDS ROLLING-MACHINE CO., 24 Willow (see page 
440) 

Roof Coating {Asphalt). 

WILLIAMS A. P. & CO., (fire and waterproof) 73 Laurel (see 
page 494) 



362 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Hoofers. 

BROWNELL & MASON, (tin) 159 Main (see page 465) 
DYER HENRY B., (Bee-Hive brand) 10 Howard cor Prescott 

(see page 485 ^ 
EDWARDS WILLIAM SLATE CO., (slate) 83 Water (see 

page 491) 
KENNEDY THOMAS F., (slate and gravel) 4 South (see p 485) 
KNOWLTON G. B., (tin) 3 Main (see page 465) 

Hoofing Materials (Wholesale). 

KENNEDY THOMAS F., 4 South (see page 485) 

Rubber Goods Dealer. 

PARKS G. M., 453 Main (see inside back cover) 

Rubber Stamps. 
FITCHBURG RUBBER STAMP WORKS, 244 Main (see page 
452) 

Saddlery Hardware. 

PIERCE JOSEPH & SON, 175 Main (see page 469) 

Safe Deposit Vaults. 
FITCHBURG LOAN, TRUST AND SAFETY DEPOSIT CO., 

125 Main (see page 429) 
SAFETY FUND NATIONAL BANK, 229 Main (see page 426) 
ROLLSTONE NATIONAL BANK, 131 Main (see page 427) 

Sand and Loam Dealer. 

FULLER DWIGHT G., 501 Main (see page 482) 

Sausage Mfr. 

Griswold Thomas E., 12 Park 

Savings Banks. 

[See Banks. J 

Saw Bench Mfrs. 

Adjustable Saw Table Co., r 5 Main 

LOVELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, 97 to 103 BouteUe (see 
page 437) 

Saw Filers. 
Alger I. F., 355 1-2 Main 
Ballou John M., 20 Newton pi 

Saw Mfrs. 

Keyes Charles E., (band) rear 1 Main 

SIMONDS MANUFACTURING CO., 58 Main (see front colored 

page III) 

Saw Mill Mfrs. 
LOVELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, 97 to 103 Boutelle (see 

page 437) 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 363 

Saw Mills. 

CUSHING J. & CO., 23 Laurel (see page 474) 
GARNO W. A., 114 to 124 Lunenburg (see page 485) 
Goodfellow Arthur F., Mt. Elam cor Turnpike 

Sawing and Turning. 

[See Band and Jig Sawing.] 

Screen (Window and Door) Mfrs. 

DAVIS MIAL ESTATE OF, 31 North n Main (see front cover) 
PRIEST C. A. LUMBER CO., office 45 Rollstone (see inside 

back cover) 
WEBBER MARTIN, 31 Newton pi (see page 491) 

Screen Plate Mfrs. 

Hardy & Piuder, 113 Water 
Train Arthur A., 24 Willow 

UNION MACHINE CO., 120 to 124 Water (see page 436) 
Waymoth A. D. & Co., 28 Newton pi 

Willard Screen Plate Co., Frederick Fosdick treas, Cleghorn cor 
Oak Hill rd 

Screw Mfrs. 
BOSTON SCREW CO., C. M. Parker prop, 527 Main (see p 440) 

Second- Hand Machinery. 

LOVELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, 97 to 103 Boutelle (see 

page 437) 

Sewing Machines. 
GILLESPIE J., (Wheeler & Wilson) 104 Main (see page 453) 
Holt C. S., 192 Main 

Household The, T. A. Hannon agent, 19 Boutelle 
PHILBROOK HOUSE FURNISHING CO., 222 Main (see page 

464) 
Singer Mfg. Co., W. C. Baker agent, 74 Main 
Winslow & Hall, 25 Prichard 

Shingle Mill. 

GARNO W. A., 114 to 124 Lunenburg (see page 485) 

Shingle Mill Mfrs. 

LOVELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, 97 to 103 Boutelle (see 
page 437) 

Shirt Mfrs. 
Fitchburg Shirt Co., L. C. Albee prop, Albee n Cleveland 

Shoe Mfrs. 

BELDING E. F. & CO., 22 North, and salesroom 105 Bedford, 
Boston (see page 441) 

DICKINSON E. M. & CO., Main cor North, salesroom 83 Bed- 
ford, Boston (see page 441) 



364 FITOHBUEG DIRECTORY. 

Shoe Tip Mfrs. 

Fitchburg Shoe Tip Co., E. F. Belding manager, 18 North 
SOLE LEATHER TIP CO., 64 Main cor North, Boston office 83 
Bedford (see page 441) 

Silver Plated Ware Dealers. 

COLEMAN & DRURY, 138 Main (see page 476) 

Converse I. O., 168 Main 

HaU Franklin S., 194 Main 

Kingston Walter W., 8 Putnam 

KNOWLTON G. B., 3 Main (see page 465) 

NEW ATLANTIC TEA CO., F. A. Blanchard manager, 1 Main 

(see page 475) 
NEW ENGLAND TEA AND CROCKERY CO., 214 Main 

(see page 475) 
PHILBROOK HOUSE FURNISHING CO., 222 Main (see 

page 464) 
Pratt L. H. & Co., 160 Main 
Rice O. S. & Co., 118 Main 

ROGERS ARTHUR E., 366 Main (see back cover) 
Webber C. E., 193 Main 

Skirt Mfrs. 
KULWINSKI MAX, 183 Fairmount (see page 460) 

Slaters. 

[See Roofers. J 

Sleigh Dealers. 

HOLT A. A., 106 Lunenburg (see page 495) 
NICHOLS WALLACE, 455 Main (see page 495) 

Soap Mfrs. 

COWDIN & WALKER, 290 Water (see page 474) 

Soda and Mineral Water Mfrs. 

Keith Charles S., 477 and 479 Main 

Spectacles and Eye Glasses. 

[See Opticians. J 

Sporting Goods. 

DAMON & GOULD CO., 133 and 135 Main (see page 466) 
JOHNSON IVER SPORTING GOODS CO., Sidney J. Francis 

manager, 247 Main (see back cover) 
LAWRENCE SONS & CO., 40 Main (see page 466) 
NATHAN & REMINGTON, 82 Main (see page 463) 
Smith W. W., 351 Main 

Stair Builders. 

DAVIS MIAL ESTATE OF, 31 North (see front cover) 
EATON R. C, r 31 North (see page 491) 

PRIEST C. A. LUMBER CO., office 45 Rollstone (see inside 
back cover) 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 365 

Stationers. 

[See Booksellers and Stationers.] 

Steam and Gas Pipe and Fittings. 

BROWNELL & MASON, 159 Main (see page 465) 

Fitzgerald Bros., 17 Prichard 

JENNISON PLUMBING CO., office 27 Water, shop Putnam n 

railroad crossing (see front cover) 
MACK JAMES H., r 36 Day (see page 466) 
PARKS G. M., 453 Main (see inside back cover) 
Towne Francis W., 32 Crescent 

Steam Engine Builders. 

BROWN C. H. & CO., 16 to 22 Main (see front colored page V) 
FITCHBURG STEAM ENGINE CO., Cleghorn cor Oak Hill av 

(see inside front cover) 
KUHN FRED L., (small stationary) 170 Lunenburg (see p 437) 
PUTNAM MACHINE CO., Putnam n Main (see front colored 

page IV) 

Steam Pump Mfrs. 
BLAKE W. H. STEAM PUMP CO., r L. H. Goodnow Foundry 

Co., Crocker (see page 438) 

Steam and Hot Water Heating Apparatus. 

[See also Hot Water Heating Apparatus.] 

BROWNELL & MASON, 159 Main (see page 465) 

HART & SHEA, 353 Main (see page 465)" 

JENNISON PLUMBING CO., office 27 Water, shop Putnam n 

railroad crossing (see front cover) 
MACK JAMES H., r 36 Day (see page 466) 
PARKS G. M., 453 Main (see inside back cover) 

Steamship Ticket Agents. 

CURRIER F. C. & SON, (1) 129 Main (see page 430) 

Heisson Alex, 97 Mechanic 

OLSON JOHN, 505 Main (see page 452) 

Smith J. R., 181 Water 

Steel Ball or Sphere Mfrs. 

FITCHBURG STEEL BALL CO., 211 Lunenburg (see page 440) 
SIMONDS ROLLING-MACHINE CO., 24 Willow (see page 440) 

Steel Forging s. 

SIMONDS ROLLING-MACHINE CO., 24 Willow (see p 440) 

Steel Horse Collars. 
STEEL HORSE COLLAR CO., 20 Rollstone, office (6) 411 
Main (see page 435) 

Steel Stamps. 
FITCHBURG RUBBER STAMP WORKS, 244 Main (see page 
452) 



366 FITOHBUEG DIRECTORY. 

Stencil Plates. 
FITCHBURG RUBBER STAMP WORKS, 244 Main (seepage 
452) 

Stock Companies. 

[Incorporated by a Special Act or doing business under the General Statutes.] 

Austin Furniture Co.; incorporated June, 1895; capital stock, 
$25,000; Pres., James B. Austin; Vice Pres., Henry Alli- 
son; Treas., James A. Austin; Sec, Walter A. Austin; 
223-225 Main 

Beoli Co., Westminster cor Simonds rd, W. F.; incorporated June, 
1893; capital, $300,000; Pres., James Phillips, Jr.; Treas., 
Charles H. Newton; mfrs. woolen and worsted goods 

Brown Bag Filling Machine Co.; capital stock, $20,000; Pres., B. 
F. Brown; Treas., James F. D. Garfield; Sec. John H. 
Daniels; 5 Main 

BURLEIGH ROCK DRILL CO., office 129 Main; organized 
1867 ; capital, $120,000 ; Treas., C. R. Burleigh, (see page 440) 

CHAMBERLAIN, HUNTRESS CO.; incorporated March, 1897 ; 
capital stock, $25,000; Pres., Frank Huntress; Treas., J. M. 
Hubbard; Sec , C. W. Starkey (see page 458) 

Cross C. A. & Co., (incorporated); organized 1892; capital, $60,- 
000; Pres.. C. A. Cross; Treas., A. A. Wyman; wholesale 
grocers 21 Water 

DAMON & GOULD CO., 133 and 135 Main; incorporated Feb- 
ruary 1, 1896; capital, $75,000; Pres., Myron B. Damon; 
Treas., Robert D. Gould (see page 466) 

FERDINAND FURNITURE CO., 219 and 221 Main; incorpo- 
rated November, 1894; capital stock, $22,000; Pres., Frank 
Ferdinand; Treas. and Manager, George H. Ferdinand (see 
page 464) 

FIDELITY CO-OPERATIVE BANK, 234 Main; organized 
April 25, 1888; actual capital January 1, 1898, $435,488.23; 
Pres., George E. Clifford; Vice Pres., H. G. Morse; Sec. 
and Treas., W. G. Hayes (see page 428) 

FITCHBURG CO-OPERATIVE BANK, (1) 129 Main; author- 
ized capital, $1,000,000; actual capital, $748,449.05; Pres., 
Jabez Fisher; Sec, Frederick A. Currier (see page 428) 

FITCHBURG GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT CO., office 316 
Main; organized 1852; capital, $150,000; Pres., Rodney 
Wallace ; Treas. and General Manager, H. F. Coggshall ; 
Supt. Electric Dept., A. H. Kimball ; F. D. Page, Asst. 
Supt. (see page 430) 

FITCHBURG LOAN, TRUST AND SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.; 
incorporated 1895 ; capital stock, $100,000 ; Pres., H. G. 
Greene ; Sec. and Treas., A. A. Howe ; 125 Main (see p 429) 

FITCHBURG MAIL PUBLISHING CO.; incorporated January, 
1897; capital stock, $20,000; Pres., W. E. Mann; Park 
bldg., 17 W T ater (see page 500) 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 367 

FITCHBURG MANUFACTURING CO., Rockville Mill, Ash- 
burnham, W. F,; office, New Rock Mill, 40 Oak Hill road 
cor Cleghorn ; incorporated 1890 ; capital, $100,000 ; Pres., 
Charles T. Crocker ; Agent and Treas., Adams Crocker ; 
mfrs. dress goods, cottons, silks and worsteds (see page 431) 

FITCHBURG PAPER CO.; organized 1863; Proprietor, Rodney 
Wallace ; office (2 and 3) 387 Main (see page 433) 

Fitchburg Park Co., office 23 Water : organized May, 1887 ; capital, 
$12,000 ; Pres., George N. Proctor ; Clerk and Treas., N. F. 
Bond 

FITCHBURG STEAM ENGINE CO., Cleghorn near Oak Hill; 
organized 1876 ; capital, $40,000 ; Pres., Frederick Fosdick ; 
Treas. and Supt., Charles Fosdick; Sec, W. J. Clifford (see 
inside front cover) 

FITCHBURG STEEL BALL CO., 211 Lunenburg ; incorporated 
July 1, 1897; capital, $25,000; Pres. and General Manager, 
George W. Weymouth; Treas., Harry M. Putnam (see page 
440) 

Fitchburg and Leominster Street Railway Co.; incorporated 1886 ; 
capital, $250,000, Pres., H. A. Willis; Vice Pres., H. I. 
Wallace; Treas., Robert N. Wallis ; Supt., W. W. Sargent; 
office 728 Water near town line 

FITCHBURG WORSTED CO., off 368 Water; organized 1879 ; 
capital, $250,000 ; Pres., James Phillips, Jr.; Treas., George 
N. Proctor ; Agent, John Shirreffs (see page 432) 

GERMAN CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY CO., 106 Kimball; 
incorporated June 28, 1897; capital, $2,000; Pres., John 
Schoerner; Sec, Frank Schuster; Treas. and Manager, Gus- 
tave H. Wuth (see page 477) 

GOODNOW L. H. FOUNDRY CO., Crocker ; incorporated May 
1, 1896 ; capital, $30,000 ; Pres. and General Manager, L. 
H. Goodnow (see page 438) 

GRANT YARN CO.; incorporated 1892 ; capital, $200,000 ; Pres., 
Rodney Wallace; Treas., George P. Grant, Jr.; Sec, George 
V. Upton ; mfrs of combed and carded cotton yarns Cleghorn 
opp Daniels (see page 432) 

Hygienic Crib Co. The, 22 Willow ; incorporated August 26, 1896 ; 
Pres., E. S. Moulton; $10,000 capital ; Treas., Herbert S. 
Houghton 

JOHNSON IVER SPORTING GOODS CO., 247 Main ; incor- 
porated February 15, 1895 ; capital, $40,000 ; Pres., Fred I. 
Johnson ; Vice President, Mary E. Johnson ; Treas. and 
Manager, Sidney J. Francis ; dealers in bicycles and sporting- 
goods (see back cover) 

New Hampshire Molded Granite Co.; incorporated 1891 ; capital, 
$100,000 ; Pres., F. L. Cumings ; Vice Pres., W. L. Mason ; 
Treas., A. L. Wright ; office 14 Day 



368 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

ORSWELL MILLS ; incorporated 1886 ; capital, $300,000; Pres., 
Charles T. Crocker ; Treas. and Clerk, W. F. Stiles ; mfrs 
cotton yarns off 273 River (see page 432) 

PARK HILL MANUFACTURING CO. ; capital, 1300,000 ; Pres., 
John Parkhill ; Treas., Arthur H. Lowe ; three mills ; office 
(1) 387 Main (see page 432) 

PUTNAM MACHINE CO., Putnam near Main ; established 1836, 
incorporated 1858 ; capital, 1160,000 ; Pres., Charles F. Put- 
nam ; Treas., H. O. Putnam ; Vice Pres., S. W. Putnam (see 
front colored page IV) 

SCANDIA CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY CO., 494 Main ; in- 
corporated March, 1893 ; capital stock, 15,000 ; Pres., Peder 
Lobben ; Vice-Pres., John A. Corneli ; Sec, Emil Soderberg ; 
Treas. and Manager, Peter Brekke (see page 477) 

SIMONDS MANUFACTURING CO , 58 Main ; organized and in- 
corporated 1868; capital, $150,000 ; surplus,$180,000 ; Pres., 
Daniel Simonds ; Treas., H. F. Coggshall ; Sec, H. B. Eaton 
(see front colored page III) 

SIMONDS ROLLING-MACHINE CO., incorporated 1886 ; capi- 
tal, 1500,000 ; Pres., Alfred Bowditch of Boston ; Treas., 
Herbert G. Pratt of Boston ; 24 Willow (see page 440) 

Star Worsted Co., 42 W'est cor Sheldon ; organized 1881 ; capital, 
150,000; Pres., Charles T.Crocker; Clerk and Treas.,Charles 
B. Smith; Supt., A. Garth 

THORN MEDICINE CO. THE, 25 Westminster, W. F. ; incor- 
porated 1891 ; capital, 810,000 ; Pres., W r . E. Putney ; Treas. 
and Manager, F. H. Fenwick ; Sec,S. J. Markham (seepage 
456) 

UNION COAL CO., 23 Water; incorporated Sept. 1, 1896 ; capi- 
tal, 130,000 ; Pres., George N. Proctor ; Treas., Nelson F. 
Bond (see back cover) 

UNION MACHINE CO., incorporated 1886; capital, 150,000; 
Pres., Edward S. Crocker; Treas. and Manager, Emmons 
Crocker ; General Supt., James E. Morse; mfrs. of paper 
machinery 124 Water (see page 436) 

UNION PORK CO., office 105 Water ; incorporated May 1, 1895 ; 
capital, $3,000 ; Pres., Jonathan Charlton ; Treas., John Har- 
dy (see page 479) 

Wanoosnoc Power Co., 28 to 58 Main; incorporated 1893; capital 
stock, $20,000; Pres., Daniel Simonds; Treas., C. A. Hub- 
bell 

Wheelwright G. W. Paper Co., incorporated 1880 ; capital, $300,- 
000 ; Pres., G. W. Wheelwright ; Vice-Pres., H. T. Page; 
Treas., F. E. Blake of Boston ; paper mfrs. Fourth below rail- 
road crossing 

Stocks and Bonds. 

[See Brokers.] 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 369 

Stone Ctitters and Contractors, 

GODBEER HENRY, River near Parkhill Mfg. Co. (C) (see page 

484) 
LEARY & TERRELL, Rollstone Hill, office 5 Hazel (see page 

483) 
LITCHFIELD ORIN E., Rollstone Hill, office 14 Arlington (see 

page 484) 
McCAULIFF F. A., 37 River (see page 484) 
McNALLY JOHN, 83 River (see page 484) 
O'CONNOR DANIEL, yard River opp Orswell Mills (see page 483) 

Storage Warehouse. 

FITCHBURG STORAGE CO., N. C. Upham prop, office (41) 
145 Main (see page 448) 

Stoves, Manges and Tinware. 

Austin Furniture Co., 223 and 225 Main 

Bartlett Winthrop W., 19 Prichard 

BROWNELL & MASON, 159 Main (see page 465) 

FERDINAND FURNITURE CO., 219 and 221 Main (see page 

464) 
JENNISON PLUMBING CO., office 27 Water, shop Putnam n 

railroad crossing and 135 Westminster, W. F. (see front 

cover) 
KNOWLTON G. B., 3 Main (see page 465) 
Lawton Furniture Co., 382 Main 
PATCH LYMAN, 390 Main (see page 465) 
PHILBROOK HOUSE FURNISHING CO., 222 Main (see page 

464) 
UPHAM S. H., (new and second hand) 20 Day (see page 464) 
WEBBER & HAY WARD, 331 to 335 Main (see page 464) 
Williams Furniture Co., 46 and 50 Day 

Surveyors. 

TSee Civil Engineers.] 

Tailors and Hepairers. 

[See also Merchant Tailors.] 

Holland J. A., (5) 162 Main 
McTaggart William G., (3) 162 Main 
PATTISON THE DYER, 34 Main (see back cover) 
Richmond Elmer O., 343 Main and 13 1-2 Blossom 
Sullivan Patrick, 2 First 

Tallow, Sides, Skins, Etc. 

COWDIN & WALKER, (tallow) 290 Water (see page 474) 
LOWE BROS. & CO., 5 South (see page 479) 

Tank Mfr. 

DILLON D. M., Crocker (see page 436) 



370 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Teas, Coffees and Spices. 

[See also Grocers.] 

COBB, ALDRICH & CO., 153 and 378 Main (see outside front 

cover) 
COLEMAN & DRURY, 138 Main (see page 476) 
Grand Union Tea Co., N. T. Lane, 98 Blossom 
MORRILL J. D., 59 Green (see page 477) 
NEW ATLANTIC TEA CO., F. A. Blanchard manager, 1 Main 

(see page 475) 
NEW ENGLAND TEA AND CROCKERY CO., 214 Main (see 

page 475) 

Telegraph Offices. 
Postal Telegraph Cable Co., 128 and 373 Main 
Western Union Telegraph Co., Fitchburg passenger depot and 365 

Main, West Fitchburg depot and Wachusett depot 

Telephone Company . 

NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO... 

162 Main (see advt. opposite) 

Theatre. 

Whitney's Opera House, John R. Oldfield manager, 208 Main 

Tin and Sheet Iron Workers. 

BROWNELL & MASON, 159 Main (see page 465) 
JENNISON PLUMBING CO., office 27 Water, shop Putnam n 

railroad crossing (see front cover) 
KNOWLTON GEORGE B., 3 Main (see page 465) 
PATCH LYMAN, 390 Main (see page 465) 

Tobacconists. 

[See Cigar Stores.] 

Top Roll Coverer. 

HART ELMER E., r 1 Main (see page 436) 

Towel Back Mfr. 

SMITH J. T., r 126 Water (see page 443) 

Toy Dealers. 

EATON'S 5 AND 10 CENT STORE, 11 to 15 Prichard (see 
back cover) 

Toy Mfrs. 
ADAMS H. B., r 126 Water (see page 442) 
BROWN L., City Steam Mills, 31 North (see page 442) 
Gushing S. G., 29 Newton pi 
Mossman Jerome, r 5 Main 
NOVELTY TURNING CO., 31 North (see page 442) 

Trading Stamps. 

Traders' Supply Co.. Walter M. Redfield manager, 132 Main 



TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. 

EXECUTIVE OFFICES, 

125 MILK ST., BOSTON, MASS. ' 

Direct communication can be had with all the principal towns and cities of 
New England and States east of the Mississippi River. For the accommoda- 
tion of non- subscribers and the public generally, the Company has established 
Public Telephone Pay Stations in different parts of the city. 

Public Pay Stations in Fitchburg, flass." 

CENTRAL OFFICE, i62 MAIN STREET* 

Geo. S. Shaw Ashby, Mass. 

Atlantic Tea Co 1 Main st. .Fitchburg, Mass. 

S. L. Bowker 244 Main st. .Fitchburg, Mass. 

W. A. Cole American House. .Fitchburg, Mass. 

Napoleon Deschenes 38 Fairmount st . . Fitchburg, Mass. 

A. E. Rogers 366 Main st. .Fitchburg, Mass. 

Thorn Medicine Co . . . . 16 Westminster st. .Fitchburg, Mass. 

F. H. Boutwell Lunenburg, Mass. 

A. L. Josselyn & Co Townsend, Mass. 

Fitchburg Street R. R. Co Waholm Lake, Mass. 

W. M. Lawrence West Townsend, 



!Pf S3 GARDNER, MASS. 

CENTRAL OFFICE, J MAIN ST., WEST GARDNER, MASS. 

William Richardson Ashburnham, Mass. 

Louis.Leland Baldwinsville, Mass. 

F. L. Sargeant , East Templeton, Mass. 

G. R. Godfrey 14 Pearl St. . Gardner, Mass. 

Lowe Bros. & Co Gardner Depot, Mass. 

Wheeler Bros Hubbardston, Mass. 

Wheeler Bros Hubbardston Depot, Mass. 

Francis Leland Otter River, Mass. 

F. W. Lombard .South Ashburnham, Mass. 

S. W. A. Stevens & Son South Gardner, Mass. 

P. Blodgett Templeton, Mass. 

G. W. Bruce Westminster, Mass. 

LEOMINSTER, MASS. 

CENTRAL OFFICE, FOSTER'S BLOCK, MAIN ST. 

Columbian Hotel Main st. .Leominster, Mass. 

E. C. Williams 17 Mechanic st . . Leominster, Mass. 

Fitchburg R. R. . .-. Passenger Depot. .North Leominster, Mass. 

For List' of Public Toll Stations in the various cities and towns, see pages 
26-32, Section I, and 8-19, Section II, of the Official Directory. 

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FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 371 

Trunks, Valises and Bags, 

Albee, Lyons & Co., 158 Main 
ALLEN & LESURE, 146 Main (see page 461) 
GOODRICH H. A. & CO., 149 and 151 Main (see page 461) 
LITCHFIELD & STEBBINS, 120 Main (see page 461) 
LOVERING, ELLIOTT & CO., 121 Main (see back cover) 
Whitney Eden S., 354 Main 

Type Writers and Supplies. 

FITCHBURG RUBBER STAMP WORKS, (supplies) 244 Main 

(see page 452) 
GILLESPIE JOHN/104 Main (see page 453) 
Sanborn Herbert C, 373 Main 
UPHAM N. C, (41) 145 Main (see page 448) 

Umbrella Stand Mfr. 

SMITH J. T., r 126 Water (see page 443) 

Undertakers. 

Butler T. J. Mrs., 154 Water 

CUMMINGS M. W.,211 Main (see page 482) 

DUMAIS J. OVIDE, 124 Fairmount (see page 482) 

Hartnett T. F., 155 Westminster, W. F. 

LaRue A. Horace, 59 Walnut 

ROADSTRAND CHARLES J., 7 Main (see page 482) 

Smith J. R., 181 Water 

UpTio later er s . 

[See also Furniture.] 

Austin Furniture Co., 223 and 225 Main 

Clarke Herbert E., 98 Pearl 

Coleman P. W., 27 Oliver 

FERDINAND FURNITURE CO., 219 and 221 Main (see p 464) 

Jewett John W\, 155 Westminster, W. F. 

Knight Albert, 54 Lawrence 

PHILBROOK HOUSEFURNISHING CO., 222 Main (see p 464) 

WEBBER & HAYWARD, 331 to 335 Main (see page 464) 

Variety Stores. 

Champagne Albert, 228 Water 

EATON'S 5 AND 10 CENT STORE, 11 and 15 Prichard (see 

back cover) 
Leathers W T . E., 80 Cedar 
Moran Dennis E., 201 Water 
NEW ENGLAND TEA AND CROCKERY CO., 214 Main 

(see page 475) 
Tetrault Julia M. Mrs., 101 Clarendon 

Veterinary Surgeons. 

KEENE C. A., rear 257 Main (see page 498) 
Lord Otis F., 6 Highland av 
Williams Warren W., 293 Rollstone 



372 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Violin Mfr. 

White John M., 20 Academy 

fise Mfrs. 

Adjustable Saw Table Co., (machinists' and woodworkers'), r 5 Main 

Watchmakers and Jewelers. 

[See Jewelers and Watchmakers.] 

Water Wheels. 

LOVELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, 97 to 103 Boutelle (see 

page 437^ 
PUTNAM MACHINE CO., Putnam near Main (see front colored 

page IV") 

Weighers. 
HANNA JAMES, office 9 Rollstone (see page 468) 
Willis W. M., (city) 97 Main 

Window Shades and Curtain Fixtures. 

Austin Furniture Co., 223 and 225 Main 

Bowker Frank, 192 Main 

BUXTON A. A., 37 Grove (see page 463) | 

FERDINAND FURNITURE CO., 219 and 221 Main (see p 464) 

HARLEY DANIEL, 210 and 212 Main (see page 459) 

NICHOLS & FROST, 150 to 156 Main (see page 458) 

PAGE GEORGE Z., 357 Main and 11 Day (see page 494) 

PHILBROOK HOUSE FURNISHING CO., 222 Main (see 

page 464) ; 

WEBBER & HAYWARD, 331 to 335 Main (see page 464) 

Wood Dealers. 

Arnold F. H., 16 Harwood pi 

Bean Bros 142 Water 

BUTLER 'JOSEPH, 2 South (see opp inside back cover) 

DAVIS MIAL ESTATE OF, 31 North n Main (see front cover) 

Gagnon Alec, r F. Mfg. Co., Cleghorn 

GARNO W. A., 1.14 to 124 Lunenburg (see pages 478 aud 485) 

Hahn Henry, Middle cor Third 

HANNA JAMES, 9 Rollstone, yard Barton n railroad (see page 468) 

HARDING WILLIAM F., 32 Willow (see page 467) 

HOLLAND JOHN H., 446 Water (see page 468) 

Lessard Charles, Daniels cor Plymouth 

LOVELAND & FISH, 37 North (see page 468) 

Monahan T. A., yard Depot opp passenger station, W.'F. 

Powell Brothers, office 2 Day 

PRIEST C. A. LUMBER CO., 45 Rollstone (see inside back 

cover) 
Proctor R. K., 69 Bemis 
Proctor William K., 250 Main 
Rambeau Antoine, 39 Clarendon 



FITOHBURG DIRECTORY. 373 

Rogers Henry B., 57 Townsencl 

Rouleau Noe, 57 Sheridan 

TWICHELL SETH, 96 Main (see page 491) 

WHITNEY COAL CO., Thomas E. Kielty manager, r 64 Circle 

(see page 467) 
Williams Lewis E., 33 Snow 

Wood Engravers, 

EMERSON WILLIAM A., (45) 229 Main (see page 489) 
Wood Turners. 

ADAMS H. B., rear 126 Water (see page 442) 

BROWN L., City Steam Mills, 31 North (see page 442) 

Colon Warren, rear 5 Main 

Cushing S. G., 29 Newton place 

EATON R. C, (hand turning) rear 31 North (see page 491) 

Mossman Jerome, rear 5 Main 

NOVELTY TURNING CO., 31 North near Main (see page 442) 

PRIEST C. A. LUMBER CO., (hand turning) 45 Rollstone 

(see inside back cover) 
WEBBER MARTIN, 31 Newton place (see page 491) 
WILDER CHARLES W., rear 126 Water (see page 442) 

Wood Working Machinery, 

COWDREY C. H. MACHINE WORKS (turning lathes) rear 5 

Main (see front colored page VI) 
LOVELL F. S. MACHINE WORKS, 97 to 103 Boutelle (see 

page 437) 
PUTNAM MACHINE CO., Putnam near Main (see front colored 

page IV) 
Waymoth A. D. & Co., (turning lathes) 28 Newton place 
WILDER C. W., (turning lathes) rear 126 Water (see page 442) 

Wooden Betwells Mfrs. 

BROWN L., City Steam Mills, 31 North (see page 442) 
Mossman Jerome, rear 5 Main 

NOVELTY TURNING CO., City Steam Mills, 31 North (see 
page 442) 

Wooden Ware. 

COLEMAN & DRURY. 138 Main (see page 476) 
CUMMINGS & REMINGTON, (wholesale) 356 Main (see p 434) 
DAMON & GOULD CO.. 135 Main (see page 466) 
EATON'S 5 AND 10 CENT STORE, 11 and 15 Prichard (see 

back cover) 
NEW ENGLAND TEA AND CROCKERY CO., 214 Main 

(see page 475) 
PATCH LYMAN, 390 Main (see page 465) 



374 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Wool Dealers. 

Bartow & Cookson, 413 River 

Wool Waste. 

Bartow & Cookson, 413 River 

BORO WSKY JACOB, 120 Boutelle (see page 434) 

HARDY JOHN, 105 Water (see page 434) 

Woolen Batting. 

Bartow & Cookson, 413 River 

Woolen and Worsted Goods Mfrs. 

Beoli Co., Westminster cor Simonds rd, W. F. 

FITCHBURG MFG. CO., Rockville MiU Ashburnham, W. F., 

office New Rock Mill, 40 Oak Hill rd cor Cleghorn. P. O. 

Fitchburg (see page 431) 
FITCHBURG WORSTED CO., off 368 Water (see page 432) 
PARKHILL MFG. CO., office (1) 387 Main (see page 432) 
Star Worsted Co., (yarn) 42 West cor Sheldon 

Yarn Mfrs. 

GRANT YARN CO., (cotton) Cleghorn (see page 432) 
Henry & Co., (fibre) Fairmount near Oak Hill av 
ORSWELL MILLS, (cotton) off 273 River (see page 432) 
Star Worsted Co., (worsted) 42 West cor Sheldon 

Yeast Dealer. 

Hunting Arthur G., (compressed) 66 Green 



INDEX TO OUT-OF-TOWN ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE 

Artificial Stone Walks. 

Murtfeldt W. A. Co., Boston 

front colored page IX 

Asphalt Floors. ' 

Murtfeldt W. A. Co., Boston 

front colored page IX 

Asphalt Roofing. 
Murtfeldt W. A. Co., Boston 

front colored page IX 

Automatic Sprinklers. 

Walworth Mfg. Co., Boston 503 

Bank and Office Railing. 

Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield 

front colored page VIII 

Belting. 

Boston Belting Co., Boston 

front colored page VII 
Block Sheaves (Self- Lubricating). 
Boston & Lockport Block Co., Boston . . 503 

Block and Tackle Mfrs. 

Boston & Lockport Block Co., Boston. . . 503 

Brass Goods Mfrs. Wire Cloth and 

Bank Railings). 

Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield 

front colored page VIII 

Brass Wire Cloth Mfrs. 

Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield 

front colored page VIII 

Concrete Paving. 
Murtfeldt W. A. Co., Boston 

front colored page IX 

Dandy Rolls. 

Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield.... 
front colored page VIII 

Differential Chain Blocks. 

Boston & Lockport Block Co., Boston.. . 503 

Drop Forgings. 

Bagnall-Loud Block Co., Boston 502 

Dumb Waiters. 

Elektron Mfg. Co., Springfield 502 

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PAGE 

Electric Elevator Mfrs. 

Elektron Mfg. Co., Springfield 502 

Electric Machinery Mfrs. 

Elektron Mfg. Co., Springfield 502 

Electric Motor Mfrs. 

Elektron Mfg. Co., Springfield 502 

Electrotyper. 

Mugford A., Hartford, Conn 

opp. inside back cover 

Elevator Mfrs. 

E'ektron Mfg. Co., Springfield 502 

Engravers (Wood and Photo). 

Mugford A., Hartford, Conn 

opp. inside back cover 

Faucet Mfrs. (Lock and Metal Key). 
Boston & Lockport Block Co., Boston . . . 503 

Fourdrinier Wires. 
Cheney Bigelow Wire W 7 orks, Springfield .... 
front colored page VIII 

Foundry Riddle Mfrs. 

Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield 

front colored page VIII 

Gas Machines. 

Walworth Mfg. Co., Boston 503 

Hose (Fire) Mfrs. 

Boston Belting Co., Boston 

front colored page VII 

Insurance Companies. 

Franklin Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn 

front colored page IX 
Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and In- 
surance Co., Hartford, Conn 501 

Iron Fencing and Railing. 
Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield .... 
front colored page VIII 
Iron Work for Buildings (Grill Work 

and Railings). 
Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield — . 
front colored page VIII 
Iron and Steel. 
Hobson Francis, Seaman & Co., New 
York 504 



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PAGE 

Machinists and Machinery Mfrs. 

Elektron Mfg. Co., Springfield 502 

Needle Wire. 
Hobson Francis, Seaman & Co., New 
York 504 

Packing. 
Boston Belting Co., Boston , 

front colored page VII 

Pen Mfrs. (Steel). 

Esterbrook Steel Pen Co., New York 503 

Paper Makers' Wire Cloth Mfrs. 
Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield .... 
front colored page VIII 

Photo-Engraver. 
Mugford A., Hartford, Conn 

opp. inside back cover 

Pump Mfrs. (Loud's Patent Diaphragm) 

Boston & Lockport Block Co., Boston. . . 503 
Ribbon Mfrs. 

Cheney Bros., So. Manchester, Conn 

back colored page 

Roller Bearings (FerralPs Patent). 

Bagnall-Loud Block Co., Boston 502 

Rubber Belting. 
Boston Belting Co., Boston 

front colored page VII 

Rubber Goods. 

Boston Belting Co., Boston 

front colored page VII 

Silk Mfrs. 

Cheney Bros., So. Manchester, Conn 

back colored page 

Sprinkling Apparatus. 

Walworth Mfg. Co., Boston 503 

Steam Heating Apparatus Mfrs. 
(Coil Boilers.) 

Walworth Mfg. Co., Boston 503 

Steam and Gas Fitter's Tools. 

Walworth Mfg. Co., Boston 503 

Steam and Gas Pipe. 
Walworth Mfg. Co., Boston 503 



PAGE 

Steel Mfrs. 
Hobson Francis, Seaman & Co., New 
York 504 

Steel Pen Mfrs. 

Esterbrook Steel Pen Co., New York 503 

Steel Tackle Blocks. 

Bagnall-Loud B ock Co., Boston 502 

Steel Wire Mfrs. 
Hobson Francis, Seaman & Co., New 
York 504 

Tar Concrete. 

Murtfeldt W' A. Co., Boston 

front colored page IX 

Truck and Factory Wagons (Hand). 

Boston & Lockport Block Co., Boston. . . 503 

Velvet and Plush Mfrs. 

Cheney Bros., So. Manchester, Conn 

back colored page 

Wagon Jacks (Lockport Patent). 

Boston & Lockport Block Co., Boston . . . 503 

Watch Case Mfrs. 
Margot Bros ., 1 1 Franklin, Boston 

Wire Cloth Mfrs. 
Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfiel I . . . . 
front colored page VIII 

Wire Window and Door Screens. 

Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield. • • • 
front colored page VIII 

Wire Work Fence and Railing Mfrs. 

Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield 

front colored page VIII 

Wire Mfrs. 
Hobson Francis, Seaman & Co., New 

York 504 

Wood Engraver. 

Mugford A., Hartford, Conn . 

opp. inside back cover 

Wood Tackle Blocks (Elliptical Design) 

Bagnall-Loud Block Co., Boston 502 

Yacht Lock Mfrs. 

Boston & Lockport Block Co., Boston. . . 503 



CITY GOVERNMENT, 1898. 



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MUNICIPAL ELECTION ON FIRST TUESDAY IN DECEMBER. 
City Government Organized on the First Monday in January. 

Meetings of the City Government are held on the First and Third TUES- 
DAYS of each month except August, and except during the 
month of December, when they are held on the 
Second and Fourth Tuesdays. 



Mayor, HON. HENRY F. ROCKWELL. 



ALDERMEN. 

Ward 1 — Charles C. Walker. 
Ward 2 — Joseph A. Rivers. 
Ward 3 — William G. Farrar. 
Ward 4 — Arthur A. Train. 
Ward 5 — Joel Joel. 
Ward 6 — Frederick F. Woodward. 

President of the Board — Joel Joel. 

Clerk of the Board— Walter A. Davis. 

STANDING COMMITTEES — BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 

Police — Aldermen Woodward and Train. 

Licenses — Mayor Rockwell, Aldermen Joel and Walker. 

Enrollment — Aldermen Rivers and Farrar. 

Election Returns — Aldermen Farrar and Woodward. 

Bills in Second Reading — Aldermen Joel and Farrar. 



378 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

COMMON COUNCIL. 
President — Charles A. Babbitt. 

Ward 1 — Charles S. Keith, James McGee, Lawrence J. Scanlon. 

Ward 2 — Charles A. Babbitt, Patrick C. Donohue, Francois X. 
Morin. 

Ward 3 — John E. Dempsey, Michael O'Brien, Jr., Elijah P. 
Sheddon. 

Ward 4 — Eustace L. Fiske, George H. Priest, J. Wilder Mer- 
riam . 

Ward 5. — Abner H. Brownell, Alfred E. Chilton, Moses J. 
Perault. f 

Ward 6 — Henry E. Cowdrey, Daniel E. Sullivan, Guy Woods. 

Clerk— Fred A. Tolman. 



Enrollment — Councilmen McGee, Donohue and Priest. 
Bills in Second Reading — Councilmen Morin, Brownell and 
Cowdrey. 

Elections — Councilmen Sullivan, Cowdrey and Sheddon. 

JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES FOR 1898. 

Finance — Mayor Rockwell, Alderman W T oodward, President Bab- 
bitt, Councilmen McGee and Dempsey. 

Accounts — Alderman Woodward, Councilmen Keith and O'Brien. 

Printing — Mayor Rockwell, President Babbitt, and Councilman 
Chilton. 

Claims — Aldermen Walker and Farrar, Councilmen Brownell, 
Keith and Donohue. 

Highways, Sidewalks, Bridges, Drains and Sewers — Aldermen 
Joel, Rivers and Train, Councilmen Scanlon, Morin, Sheddon, 
Fiske, Perault and Woods. 

Water — Aldermen Rivers and Joel, Councilmen Woods, Sullivan 
and Merriam. 

Fire Department — Aldermen Rivers and Train, Councilmen 
Donohue, Priest and Keith. 

Fuel and Lighting Streets— Alderman Train, and Councilmen 
Scanlon and O'Brien. 

City Property — Aldermen Farrar and Woodward, Council- 
men McGee, Dempsey and Chilton. 

Salaries — Aldermen Joel and Walker, Councilmen Sheddon, 
Brownell and Cowdrey. 

Education — Aldermen Woodward and Farrar, Councilmen Fiske, 
Woods and Merriam. 

Military — Aldermen Walker, Councilmen Priest and O'Brien. 

Shade Trees and Public Grounds — Alderman Joel, Councilmen 
Perault and Sullivan. 

Buildings — Alderman Walker, Councilmen Morin and Merriam. 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 379 

SUB-COMMITTEES OF HIGHWAYS. 

New Roads and Streets — Alderman Rivers, Councilmen Sheddon 
and Woods. 

General Repairs — Alderman Joel, Councilmen Scanlon and Shed- 
don. 

Bridges, Culverts and Stone Masonry — Alderman Rivers, Coun- 
cilmen Morin and Perault. 

Sidewalks, Sewers and Drains — Alderman Train, Councilmen 
Morin and Fiske. 

Approval of Accounts of Supt. of Streets — Aldermen Joel and 
Train, and City Engineer. 

Watering Streets — Alderman Train, Councilmen Scanlon and 
Perault. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Treasurer — George E. Clifford. 

Collector of Taxes — George E. Clifford. 

Deputy Collector of Taxes — G. Fred P. Day. 

City Clerk — Walter A. Davis. 

Auditor of Accounts — Henry Jackson. 

Superintendent of Streets. — Michael J. Hogan. 

City Engineer — David A. Hartwell. 

City Solicitor — Edward P. Pierce. 

City Physician— D. S. Woodworth M. D. 

Superintendent of Water Works — Thomas C. Lovell. 

Water Registrar — A. W. F. Brown. 

Chief of Police — Fred A. Tarbox. 

Superintendent of Fire Alarm Telegraph — John W. Rand. 

Inspector of Milk — Otis F. Lord. 

Inspector of Petroleum — -Henry G. Greene. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures — S. W. Harris. 

Inspector of Vinegar — Otis F. Lord. 

Inspector of Buildings — William H. Goodwin. 

Inspector of Wires — John W T . Rand. 

Superintendent of Public Buildings — William H. Goodwin. 

Chief Engineer of Fire Department —Timothy F. Murnane. 

Inspector of Animals and Provisions — Otis F. Lord. 

Clerk of Committees — Fred A. Tolman. 

ASSESSORS OF TAXES. 

Charles K. Sawyer, Chairman; Edward W. Ackley, Clerk; Walter 
A. Atwood. 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 

D. S. Woodworth, M. D., Chairman; J. H. Palardy, M. D., 
Clerk ; Agent and Inspector, Chester L. Lincoln ; Inspector of 
Plumbing, John F. Bresnahan. 



380 FITCHBUEG DIKECTOKY. 

CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINERS. 
John J. Sheehan, Walter A. Davis, Francis Buttrick, Frederick 
Fosdick. 

BOARD OF REGISTRARS OF VOTERS. 
Leander Sprague, Chairman ; David A. Corey, Joseph L. Stratton, 
Walter A. Davis, ex-officio, Clerk. 

Surveyors of Lumber — A. O. Stickney, George H. Priest, D. W. 
Tinsley, Seth Twichell, John F. Desmond, Arthur W. Stickney, 
Charles E. Mansfield, R. K. Proctor, Richard A. Leonard, William 

A. Garno, H. D. Mclntire, William Pidgeon, George T. Young- 
love, C. W. Kinsman, John Z. Collette, Jerome Mossman, John F. 
Lynch, H. J. Garno, William Nichols, Joseph T. Goodwin, Walter 

B. Goff, George F. Stocker, Alden A. Robinson. 

Measurers of Wood and Bark — Alden A. Robinson, George T. 
Younglove, Arthur W. Stickney, H. D. Mclntire, Harrison Upton, 
Charles T. Cushing, James Hanna, Milan G. Twichell, Peter Poland, 
J. Wilder Merriam, F. L. Rolph, Edward B. Dole, August Beck, 
Thomas A. Monahan, H. J. Garno, William Nichols, Daniel W. 
Bemis, Arvine P. Carpenter, Walter B. Goff, William A. Garno, 
Fred H. Fenwick, Aleck Gagnon, Albert H. Flagg, Patrick F. 
Burke, Richard A. Leonard, Thomas E. Kielty. 

Public Weighers of Heavy Machinery and Boilers — W. M. Willis, 
Lizzie G. Hackett. 

Public Weighers of Beef — W. M. Willis, James Hanna, Lizzie 
G. Hackett. 

Public Weighers of Hay, Grain and Other Articles — H. D. 
Mclntire, W. M. Willis, A. R. Ordway, F. B. Wright, Eddie F. 
Marble, Peter Poland, George E. Waite, Waldo E. Clapp, Oran W. 
Delaney, Jeremiah Shea, Joseph M. Ashline, George R. Wallace, 
Edgar B. Twitchell, Lizzie G. Hackett. 

Public Weighers of Hay, Paper Stock and Other Articles — Henry 
Tinsley, William Delea. 

Public Weighers of Ice, Hay and Other Articles — Miss Cora M. 
Greene, Miss E. G. Pierce. 

Public Weigher of Cotton, Cotton Yarn and Cotton Waste — B. 
Marshall Pitts. 

Public Weigher of Cotton, Coal, and Other Articles — William H. 
Ashline. 

Public Weigher of Stone — Patrick Carey. 

Public Weighers of Iron, Steel, Etc. — Andrew A. Keyes, Charles 
II . Vickery. 

Public Weighers of Hay, Coal and Other Articles — Nora Lyons, 
Adolph Lenz. 

Weighers of Coal — W. M. Willis, A. R. Ordway, James Hanna, 
Thomas A. Monahan, Waldo E. Clapp, Lizzie G. Hackett, Edgar 
B. Twitchell, Aleck Gagnon, Patrick F. Bnrke, Thomas E. Kielty. 



FITCHBUKG DIRECTORY. 381 

Fence Viewers — Andrew Pratt, J. M. Carpenter, W. A. Hardy. 

Field Driver — Francis Buttrick. 

Pound Keeper — Charles L'Ecuyer. 

Janitor of City Hall — Charles T. Gushing. 

Undertakers— M. W. Cummings, Mrs. T. J. Butler, John R. 
Smith, Timothy F. Hartnett, A. Horace LaRue, C. J. Roadstrand, 
J. Ovide Dumais. 

POLICE FORCE OF FITCHBURG. 

APPOINTED BY THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN, IN JANUARY. 

Chiefs Office, Police Station, 38 Elm St. 

Chief of Police — Fred A. Tarbox. 

First Captain of Police — Asahel Wheeler. 

Second Captain of Police — Charles H. Hurley. 

First Sergeant of Police — W. H. H. Shattuck. 

Second Sergeant of Police — Jesse F. Coombs. 

Policemen and Constables — Benjamin A. Young, James F. Roy, 
John Flood, Calvin C. Damon, Arthur M. Sanderson, Hugh Irving, 
Charles S. Brown, William S. Bullock, Charles F. Donovan, Her- 
bert L. Flint, John B. Gooch, William Heap, Samuel J. Thompson, 
Bernard H. Flaherty, Henry L. Kendall, Carlos L. Fallon, Fred H. 
Estabrook, George J. Bigelow, Winfred H. Whiting, William E. 
Hackett, Malichi W. Tarpey. 

Constables — All the Police Officers, Francis Buttrick, Aaron F. 
Whitney, Cornelius F. Foley, Samuel W. Harris, Joseph M. Peirce, 
Benjamin D. Dwinnell, Henry G. Greene, Charles E. F. Hayward, 
Abel A. Fox, Elliott N. Choate, William E. Henry, Horace F. 
Gove, Charles H. Foss, Richard Tucker, Herbert W. Wyman, 
Charles T. Cushing, Charles M. Caswell, George P. Holton, George 
N. Greene, Charles W. Kendall, John W. Ogden, Frank W. 
Aldrich, Nathan C. Upham, Martin S. Hall, William Morin, John J. 
Sheehan, George M. Pratt, Henry E. Ames, A. L. Thurston, George 
T. Lewis, T. Lyman Sanderson, George W. Lord, John T. Smith, 
Arthur J. Lewis, Willard A. Lowe, Patrick T. Corley, John W. 
Garside, J. Edward Putnam, George W. Battles, Seth Twichell, 
Austin Liversage, Charles F. Cowdrey, Lorenzo E. Sanderson, Alex- 
ander Cuthbertson, Edward F. Carter, Albert H. Flagg, Frank A. 
Bradley, Roswell C. Ross, Isaac P. Connig, Charles H. Gibson, 
William A. Hardy, George A. Newell, Martin Farrell, Artemas A. 
Gibson, Frank A. Damon, Charles E. Gough, Joseph Croto, Fred- 
erick M. Sanderson, T. Joshua Conroad, Lewis C. Robinson. 

Keeper of Lockups — Fred A. Tarbox. 

Special Policemen Without Pay — George O. Hutchins, for Put- 
nam Machine Company; John T. Burke, at armory; Henry Burgess, 
for J. Cushing & Co.; A. R. Durling, for Fitchburg Water Works ; 
Charles M. Kidder and John T. Smith, at jail; Justin W. Bemis, 
for Henry A. Hale; Hazen S. Howard, at Safety Fund National 



382 FITCHBUEG DIRECTORY. 

Bank; Michael Fenton, at Pitts' Mill; Nils Anderson and Ludwig 
Efverman, at Burbank Hospital; Samuel Sykes, at the dump, Lu- 
nenburg street; Jonathan Charlton and Joseph W. Charlton, at yards 
of Union Pork Company; George Hamilton, James Gorman, Charles 

F. Gillis, John G. Grubb, Lewis C. Robinson, William H. Good- 
speed, Augustus Judd, Frank W. Emery, Joseph Croto, Charles W. 
Kendall, Moses Gokey, Benjamin M. Kuhn, H. M. Saunders, Albert 
H. Flagg. 

Special Dog Constable — George F. Meacham. 

POOR DEPARTMENT. 

Overseers of the Poor — Office in City Hall. Chosen annu- 
ally in January, by the City Council, in joint convention. 

Chairman — The Mayor, ex-officio. Frank S. Stone, term expires 
January, 1900; James M. Blanchard, term expires January, 1901; 
Charles E. Wallace, term expires January, 1899. C. A. Babbitt, 
President of the Common Council, ex-officio. Clerk — Charles E. 
Wallace. 

Office Hours — 2 to 5 p. m. 

Poor Farm — Superintendent — George P. Holton ; Matron — Mrs. 
George P. Holton. Appointed by the Overseers of the Poor. 

Agent of Board of Aldermen, to furnish relief to U. S. soldiers 
and sailors and their widows, under Chapter 279, Acts of 1893 — 
Charles E. Wallace. 

Suitable Person to properly bury the body of any honorably dis- 
charged soldier or sailor, in accordance with Chapter 395, Acts of 
1889— Ira G. Wilkins. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Board of Engineers — Chosen in November by the City Council, in 
convention. T. F. Murnane, Chief; 1st Assistant, R. H. Allen; 2d 
Assistant, R. C. Eaton; 3d Assistant, J. S. Thompson.. 

Superintendent of Fire Alarm — J. W. Rand. 

Steamer Rollstone No. 2 — Located Central Station. Engineer, 

G. S. Richardson. 

Steamer Wanoosnoc No. 3 — Located Station No. 2, W^est Fitch- 
burg. John Woolacott, Engineer. 

Franklin Hook and Ladder No. 1 — Located on Summer Street. 
Foreman, W. H. Hall; Assistant Foreman, J. W. Fogarty; Clerk, 
W. M. Wellington ; Driver, C. D. Ford; twelve men. 

Aerial Hook and Ladder Co. No. 2 — Located Central Station. 
Foreman, George F. J efts ; Assistant Foreman, N. A. Slade ; Clerk, 
W. H. Pea body ; Driver, H. H. Beard; eight men. 

Rollstone Hose Co. No. 1 — Located Central Station. Foreman, 
P. W. Coleman ; Assistant Foreman, G. W. Sulloway; Clerk, F. O. 
Willard; Driver, Solomon Poland; twelve men. 

Wanoosnoc Hose Co. No. 2 — Located Station No. 2, West Fitch- 
burg. Foreman, Calvin R. Beer; Assistant Foreman, Patrick Ca- 



FITCHBUEG DIRECTORY. 383 

hill; Clerk, Calvin Beer; Driver, George W. Marston; thirteen 
men. 

Mazeppa Hose Co. No. 3 — Located on Factory square. Foreman, 
H. J. Michaels; Assistant Foreman, F. H. Moore; Clerk, James 
Leckie; Driver, W. H. Allen ; nine men. 

Niagara Hose Co. No. 4— Located on Summer street. Foreman, 
James P. Hurley; Assistant Foreman, J. F. Murnane; Clerk, Frank 
Farrell ; Driver, William A. McLaughlin ; nine men. 

LOCATION OF SIGNAL BOXES— KEYES AT THE BOXES. 

8. Iver Johnson Shop. 

9. Main and River streets. 

12. Sheldon street, near Worsted Mill. 

13. Unitarian Church. 

132. Prospect Street, near Prince 

14. High street School House. 

15. City Hall. 

18. Main and Oliver streets. 

116. Newton place. 

17. Prichard and Spring streets. 

18. Mt. Vernon street, near Goodwin street. 
21. Falulah street, South Fitchburg. 

231. Water street. 

232. Private, Fitchburg and Leominster Street Railway. 

23. City Farm. 

24. Opposite Jail. 

25. Water and Fourth streets. 

26. Opposite Union Machine Shop. 

27. Main and Laurel streets. 

28. Corner Middle and Second streets. 

29. Private, Fitchburg Gas and Electric Light Co. 

31. Cane street. 

32. Near Car Shop, South Fitchburg. 

34. Fitchburg Machine Works. 

341. Corner Beacon street and Atlantic avenue. 

35. Green and North streets. 

36. Highland avenue and Congress street. 

37. East street School House. 

371. Jackson avenue and Boutelle street. 

38. Summer and Goodrich streets. 

41. Walnut street near South street. 

42. Milk and Maple streets. 

43. Pine and South streets. 

45. W T inthrop and Forest streets. 

46. Franklin and Rollstone streets. 

47. Near Parkhill Mill. 

48. Beech street 

49. Corner Beech and Pratt streets. 



384 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

51. Pearl and Cedar streets. 
512. North street extension. 

52. Blossom and Hawes streets. 

53. Blossom and Mechanic streets. 

54. Fruit and Mechanic streets. 
56. City Hospital. 

61. Laurel and Rollstone streets. 

64. Nashua and Washington streets. 

65. Albee and Hassett streets. 

71. Eaton road and River street, W. F. 
712. Norwood and Eaton streets, W. F. 

72. Depot street, W. F. 

73. Ashburnham street, W. F. 
731. Fairview street, W. F. 
734. Phillips street, W. F. 

74. Station No. 2, W.F. 

76. Westminster street and Princeton road, W. F. 

78. Princeton road and Old Turnpike, W. F. 

81. Oak Hill road. 

82. C leghorn street. 

Department Telephone — Central Station, 322-2 ; Chief's residence, 
322-3; West Fitchburg Station, 322-4; Summer Street Station, 
322-5 ; Hose 3, 163-2. 

Ten blows calls all except the West Fitchburg company to Oliver 
street station, without apparatus; the West Fitchburg company to 
Station 2. The number of blows following will designate the fire 
district where assistance is wanted. If no district call is given it 
will indicate that assistance has been asked from out of town. 

Test blows, 12 m. and 9 p. m. Hitching-up blow at 7.05 p. m., 
Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 

After an alarm from any box, companies not called by the running 
card will respond to the following special calls : Three blows calls 
Hose 3 ; four blows calls Hose 4 ; five blows calls Hose 2 ; six blows 
calls Hose 1. 

Two threes (3-3), No-school signal ; struck at 7.35 a. m. and 
11.30 a. m. Two fives (5-5) repeated, police call. Two fours 
(4-4) will be a signal for electric light to shut off current. 

Seven blows, general alarm, calls all companies. 

Two blows dismisses all companies remaining at their stations, and 
indicates the fire under control. 

Twelve blows repeated will be signal for militia to assemble. Com- 
panies will answer all telephone alarms in their respective districts. 

WATER DEPARTMENT. 

Commissioners — Samuel Anderson, term expires January, 1900; 
A. H. Burgess, term expires January, ' 1899 ; Samuel D. Sheldon, 
term expires January, 1901. Chosen in January by City Council, 
in convention. 



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385 



Superintendent — Thomas C. Lovell. Water Registrar — A. W. 
F. Brown. Chosen by Board of Commissioners. 



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SCHEDULE OF WATER RATES. 

DWELLING HOUSES. 
For the first faucet to be used by a single family, $6 00 

For each additional faucet to be used by the same family, 2 00 

When a house is occupied by more than one family and less 

than four — one faucet only being used for all — for 

each family, 5 00 

When a house is occupied by four or more families, and 

but one faucet is used by all — for each family, 4 

For the first bath tub, ■ 5 

For each additional bath tub, 3 

For the first pan, or self-acting water closet, 5 

For each additional pan, or self-acting water closet, 3 

For each hopper water closet, 8 

For each waste water closet, 3 

When two faucets are used, one for hot and one for cold 

water, both emptying into one vessel, but one charge 

will be made for both, and the same rule applies to 

boarding houses. 
In no case shall the charge for the use of water by a private 

family, exclusive of hose and stable, unless metered, be 

more than $20. 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

For the first faucet, 

For each additional faucet, 

For the first pan, or self-acting water closet, 

For each additional pan, or self-acting water closet, 

For each hopper water closet, 

For bath tub when used by boarders, 10 00 

STORES, ETC. 

For each tenement occupied as a store, office, shop, ware- 
house, or for purposes not included in any classifica- 
tion, water taken from one faucet, $6.00 and upwards 

For pan or self-acting water closet, or urinal, for single 

tenement, 6 00 

For hopper water closet for single tenement, 10 00 

STABLES. 

For the first horse, #5 00 

For each additional horse, 2 00 

For first ox or cow, 2 00 

For each additional ox or cow, 1 00 

The above includes water for washing carriages with- 
out hose. 



110 00 


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386 FITCHBUKG DIRECTORY. 

For use of hose for the first horse, $3 00 

For each additional horse, 50 

HOTELS, LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES, INDUSTRIAL AND MECHAN- 
ICAL PURPOSES. 

All water used in hotels, livery and* boarding stables, and for indus- 
trial, mechanical or manufacturing purposes shall be metered, 
the city to furnish suitable meters for the same. 

HOSE. 

For the use of hose for washing windows, watering gardens, 
yards or sidewalks, on the premises occupied by the 
taker only, $5 00 

Provided, That the size of nozzle, for stables or otherwise, 
shall not exceed one-fourth inch iu diameter ; nor shall 
the hose be used for watering gardens, yards or side- 
walks, except during one-half hour from 6 to 8 a. m. 
and from 6 to 9 p. m., without special permission from 
the Superintendent. 

BATHS. 

For public baths, 110 00 

For water closets in public bathing houses, 1 00 

BUILDING PURPOSES. 

For each cask of lime or cement used, $ 06 

OTHER PURPOSES. 

For other purposes not herein specified, application may be 
made to the Commissioners, who will ei'her fix a rate 
or cause the water to be measured by a water meter. 

METERED WATER. 

For industrial, mechanical or manufacturing purposes, per 

thousand gallons, $ 10 

For domestic purposes, per thousand gallons, 35 

The Commissioners reserve the right to affix a water meter 
at the expense of the city, to the pipes of any taker, 
who will then be charged with the rates as above ; 

Provided, That every taker so metered shall pay at least a 
minimum amount, to be governed by the size of the 
meter and which for the smallest size shall be, $10 00 

REGULATIONS. 

1. All rates shall be due and payable at the office of the Water 
Registrar, in semi-annual instalments, in advance, on the first days 
of January and July in each year, except as follows: The rates of all 
metered water, and water for building purposes, shall be due and pay- 
able on the first days of January, April, July and October, following 
its use. Twenty-five cents will be added to all water bills not paid on 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 3H7 

on before the first day of the month next succeeding the time said 
bills become due, and the Water Registrar shall cause a bill with 
twenty five cents added to the amount of their water rates, to be left 
at the residence or place of business of all such delinquents. If this 
remain unpaid thirty days after date, the water shall be shut off 
without further notice, and will not be let on until all dues are paid 
and $2.00 in addition for letting on the water. 

2. No connection will be made with a street main that shall not 
earn a rate equal to $6.00, or, if a meter is attached, the minimum 
rate applying to such meter. 

3. Water will not -be introduced into any building or premises, 
except on written application, in the prescribed form, of the owner or 
owners thereof, or by a duly authorized agent. 

4. The service pipe will be wrought iron, and will be laid by the 
Commissioners to the inside of the cellar wall, and supplied with a 
stop-and-waste cock, the taker paying for all that lies outside of the 
highway. 

5. All persons taking water must keep their own fixtures and the 
service pipes within their own premises in good repair, and fully pro- 
tected from injury by frost, and must prevent all unnecessary waste 
of water, unless supplied through a meter. 

6. All apparatus and locations supplied with water must be access- 
ible and open to the inspection of the Commissioners or their agents, 
at all times, and all fixtures shall be subject to their rejection if in 
any manner unsuitable for the purpose. No increase or extension of 
fixtures shall be made without permission from the Superintendent. 

7. No water shall be supplied by takers to parties not entitled to 
its use. 

8. The Commissioners reserve the right to shut off water tempo- 
rarily in all cases where it becomes necessary to make extensions, 
alterations or repairs. In cases of violation by water taker of any 
regulation established by the Commissioners, or non-payment of rates 
within fifteen days of their becoming due, his supply will be cut off, 
and the water will not be again let on until cause of complaint shall 
be removed, or dues paid, with an additional payment of $2.00 for 
letting the water on. Where two or more parties take water through 
one service pipe, the provisions in regard to cutting off the supply 
shall be applicable to all the parties, although one or more of them 
may be innocent of any cause of offense. 

9. No charge will be made for water for private hydrants that 
may be erected and used only in case of fire. 

10. The street mains will be extended whenever and wherever, in 
the opinion of the Commissioners, public and private interests com- 
bined require such extension. Blank forms for applications will be 
furnished at the office of the Water Commissioners. 

12. If bills for water meters, service pipe, or materials and labor 
furnished, are not paid within sixty days after notice from the Water 



388 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Registrar that the same are in his office ready for payment, the 
water shall be shut off from the premises supplied, and shall not be 
turned on again until all bills are paid, and in addition thereto $2 
for the expense of shutting off and letting on the water. 

13. No abatement for non-use of water will be made unless notice 
of such non-use be given at the Water Registrar's office and the 
water is turned off from the premises by an employe. No abatement 
for non-use of fixtures unless a seal lock is placed on such fixtures. 
No abatement will be made for less than one month's non-use of 
water. A charge of fifty cents will be made for shutting off and 
letting on the water. The charge for putting on seal locks shall be 
established by the Water Commissioners. Such seal locks shall not 
be taken off by any one except an employe of the Water Depart- 
ment, on penalty of forfeiting all claims for allowance, and having 
the water shut off from the premises. 

TEN PER CENT. DISCOUNT. 

Section 1. Paragraph 1. All rates shall be due and payable at 
the office of the Water Registrar, in semi-annual installments, in ad- 
vance, on the first days of January and July in each year, except as 
follows : — The rates for all metered water and the water for all build- 
ing purposes shall be due and payable on the first days of January, 
April, July and Octcber, following its use. A discount of ten (10) 
per cent, will be allowed on all accounts for water, used for domestic 
purposes exclusively, after January 1, 1898, if paid on or before the 
last day of any month within which such charge becomes due. 

RULES IN RELATION TO PLUMBERS. 

1. Any plumber, person or firm wishing to do any plumbing in 
connection with the Fitchburg Water Works, shall first procrue a 
license to do plumbing from the Water Commissioners. 

2. No license shall be issued until the person or firm applying for 
the same shall have filed with the Water Commissioners a written 
application, agreeing to be governed by all the rules and regulations 
which have been or may hereafter be made by said Water Commis- 
sioners. 

3. Said persou or firm shall within one week of the completion 
of any work make a full and complete return to the Water Regis- 
trar of all the uses to and for which the water is applied, and all 
fixtures repaired, altered or added to pipes connected with the city 
water. 

4. Any person or firm violating any of the rules and regulations 
which have been or may hereafter be made by the Water Commis- 
sioners, may, after due hearing, have their licenses revoked. In case 
of revocation no reinstatement shall be had until all cause of com- 
plaint has been removed. 



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PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

School Committee — 1898. 

Ex-officio Members — Hon. Henry F. Rockwell, Mayor, and Charles 
A. Babbitt, President of the Common Council. 

At the municipal election in each year one member is elected from 
each ward for a term of three years. The following are the present 
members, whose terms expire in January of the years annexed: 

Ward 1— eJohn E. Smith, 1899; Daniel A. Boyle, 1900; James 
E. McConnell, 1901. 

Ward 2— Edward J. Tully, 1899; Martin E. Murnane, 1900; 
John E. Kellogg, 1901. ' 

Ward 3 — John H. Daniels, 1899; James Pearce, 1900; Forester 
A. Macdonald, 1901. 

Ward 4— James F. D. Garfield, 1899; Charles H. Rice, 1900; 
Frank Rector, 1901. 

Ward 5— William A. Nelson, 1899; J. Frank Fisher, 1900; 
Henry A. Goodrich, 1901. 

Ward 6— Charles B. Smith, 1899; Frederick F. Woodward, 
1900 ; Charles Smith, 1901. 

Secretary — Joseph G. Edgerly. 

Superintendent — Joseph G. Edgerly. Salary, $2,700. Office, 
229 Main street. Office hours from 4 to 5 p. m., school days. 

The Public or Common Schools consist of what are denominated 
the High School, Grammar, Intermediate, Primary and Ungraded 
Schools. The arrangement is designed to furnish a regular grada- 
tion of schools and system of instruction. Scholars from all parts of 
the city, possessing the requisite qualifications, are admitted to the 
High School. This school affords to scholars the means of acquiring 
a systematic and thorough education, or, if they desire it, of fitting 
themselves to enter college. 

The schools are kept forty weeks a year ; one term of sixteen 
weeks, and two terms of twelve weeks each. 

TEACHERS. 

HIGH SCHOOL AND NINTH GRADE. 

George P. Hitchcock, Howard H. C. Bingham, A. Eugene Nolen, 

E. Adams Hartwell, Harold M. Dean, Charles A. Kimball, William 

F. Rice, Irene C. Cowles, Elizabeth A. H. Sleeper, Caroline F. Fair- 
banks, Althea V. Sleeper, Mary C. Smith, Cora H. Coolidge, Flor- 
ence E. May, Elizabeth L. Allard, Frances M. Hunt, Clarabel Good- 
hue, Alice W. Brown, Sarah L. O'Toole, Mary A. Cook, Frances E. 
Jones; Lillian M. Stocker, stenography and typewriting; William 
Briggs, Joseph J. Eaton, drawing and manual training; Frederick 
A. Dunster, singing, one day per week; Annie E. McCausland, 
librarian. 

SCHOOL STREET. 

Etta F. Willard, Josephine E. Reynolds, Dora F. Harris, Abbie 
A. Whittemore, Effie M. Cuthbertson. 



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HIGH STREET. 

Grammar, George H. Hastings, Lillian A. Phillips, Edna M. 
Lamb, Clara A. Woodbury, Emma J. Fairbanks, Ella F. Caswell, 
Mary E. W nitty, Harriet M. Delehanty. Intermediate, B, Mary B. 
Johnson; A, Clara L. Tenney. Primary, C, M. Lizzie Kimball; B, 
Sara F. Derby, Edna A. Spring; A, Besse L. Howard. 

EAST STREET. 

Primary, B, Katherine A. McGrath ; A, Annie M. McGrath. 

GOODRICH STREET. 

Grammar, Henry R. Flanders, Helen G. Jones, Agnes E. Smith, 
Nellie A. Dwyer, M. Eldora Jones. Intermediate, B, Mary C. Ke- 
ough; A, Jennie A. Goodrich. Primary, C, Helen E. Woodbury; 
B, Katie A. Gallagher, Winifred H. Flynn. 

MAVERICK STREET. 

Primary, B, Mary E. Gallagher ; A, Eva M. Barnes. 

SOUTH FITCHBURG. 

Intermediate, Emma J. Daffy. Primary, C, Alice E. Welch; B, 
Daisy D. Jefts ; A, Sara T. Morrill. 

MIDDLE STREET. 

Intermediate, Lizzie M. Nolan. Primary, C, Lizzie A. Daly; B, 
Annie F. Carey ; A, Mary E. Bartley. 

SOUTH STREET. 

Grammar, M. Lizzie Sullivan. Primary, C, Clarissa D. Hosmer ; 
B, Grace E. Holmes; A, Katherine F. McConnell. 

LAUREL STREET. 

Grammar, G. Kirk Hudson, Anna F. Markham, Annie J. Daffy, 
Catherine Moriarty, Hattie A. Smith. Intermediate, B, Helen L. 
Burpee ; A, Jennie M. Hills. 

ROLLSTONE STREET. 

Primary, C, Mary A. Connig ; B. Elizabeth M. Boehm ; A, Jen- 
nie R. Rice, Janet Y. Wright. 

CLARENDON STREET. 

Grammar, Emma J. Bennett, Catherine Whitty. Intermediate, 
Kate T. Morrilly, Alice B. Hoyt, Annie E. Putnam, Winifred Mur- 
nane. Primary, Edith F. Howe, Martha S. H. Wright, Mary T. 
Kivlon, Margaret O'Connor. 

ASHBURNHAM STREET. 

Grammar, Francello G. Atwell, Grace U. Davis, Louise H. Phil- 
lips, Laura A. Far well. Intermediate, Rose A. Cullen, Gertrude S. 
Macy. Primary, Katherine Morrill, Mary A. Leonard. 



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WACHUSETT. 
Intermediate, Nellie L. Dacey. Primary, Maude E. Whitney. 

UNGRADED SCHOOLS. 

Woodbury, Jessie E. Worster. Dean Hill, Mabelle Chadwick. 
Pearl Hill, Ruth M. Jefts. 

SPECIAL TEACHERS FOR SCHOOLS BELOW THE NINTH GRADE. 

Singing, Lucy D. Cushman. Drawing, Emma F. Chaffin. 

SALARIES OF TEACHERS. 

High School — Principal, #2,200 per annum 

Associate Principal, 1,800 per annum 

Two Male Assistants, each, 1,400 per annum 

One Male Assistant, 1,100 per annum 

One Male Assistant, 850 per annum 

Two Male Assistants, each, 800 per annum 

Four Female Assistants, each, 800 per annum 

Four Female Assistants, each, 750 per annum 

Three Female Assistants, each, 700 per annum 

Three Female Assistants, each, 600 per annum 

One Female Assistant, 550 per annum 

Grammar Schools — Principals, 1,200 per annum 

The following is the schedule of salaries of teachers in intermedi- 
ate, primary and ungraded schools, and assistant teachers in the 
grammar schools : First year, $280 ; second year, $320 ; third year, 
1360 ; fourth year, $400 ; fifth year, $440 ; sixth year, $480 ; sev- 
enth year, $520 ; eighth and subsequent years, $560. 

FITCHBURG NORMAL SCHOOL. 
Established 1895. 
instructors. 
John G. Thompson, principal, pedagogy ; E. A. Kirkpatrick, 
psychology and child study; Preston Smith, natural science; Harriet 
A. Luddington, history and geography : Helen M. Humphrey, math- 
ematics ; Flora E. Kendall, English language and literature ; Annette 
J. Warner, drawing and nature study ; Mary G. Cannon, physical 
training, physiology and hygiene ; Joseph T. Whitney, manual train- 
ing ; Charles E. Boyd, vocal music. 

PRACTICE SCHOOL. 

Charles S. Alexander, principal, Nellie B. Allen, supervisors in 
grammar grades ; Mary I. Chapin, supervisor in intermediate grades ; 
Mattie E. Cole, supervisor in primary grades ; Caroline Hagar, 
assistant ; Annette J. Warner, supervisor of drawing and nature 
study; Mary G. Cannon, supervisor of physical culture, physiology 
and hygiene ; Charles E. Boyd, supervisor of vocal music. 
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MODEL SCHOOL. 

L. Frances Jones, grade 1 ; Ida M. Austin, grade 2 ; Mary L. 
Merrill, grade 3 ; Alice C. Plumer, grade 4; Mary E. McConnell, 
grade 5 ; Hattie D. Sherwin, grade 8 ; Blanche L. Russell, ungraded. 

KINDERGARTEN. 

Emily M. Smith, principal; Lula M. Leighton, assistant. 

FITCHBURG PUBLIC LIBRARY— In Wallace Library 
and Art Building. 

The Library was established in May, 1859, when the town pur- 
chased the 1,600 books, cases and other property of the Fitchburg 
Athengeum, at the cost of 1233.16. 

Trustees, chosen annually by Mayor and Aldermen: George D. 
Colony, J. G. Edgerly, H. A. Willis, H. A. Goodrich, Louis D. 
Bartlett, James Phillips, Jr., H. I. Wallace, Charles H. Rice, Rev. 
D. F. Feehan, F. H. Thompson, John E. Kellogg, Rev. James De 
Wolf Perry, Jr. 

Organized as follows: Chairman, H. A. Willis; Secretary, J. G. 
Edgerly ; Treasurer, L. D. Bartlett. 

Librarian, Prescott C. Rice ; salary, $1,000 ; Assistant Librarian, 
George E. Nutting; salary, $720. W. H. Dacey, janitor; salary, 
$780. Appointed by the Trustees. 

The appraised value of Library, March 31, 1860, was $2,500.00 

The appraised value of Library, Dec. 1, 1891, $110,651.75 

Total number of books on hand in 1859, 3,731 

Total number of books on hand in December, 1897, 32,857 

Number of persons taking books the past year, 14,311 

Number of books delivered, 63,525 

Number of visitors on Sunday, 4,324 

Library Hours — From 9 a. m. to 9 p. m., every day. Reading 
Rooms open on Sunday from 2 to 6 p. m. Ait Rooms, Wednesday 
and Saturday from 12 m. to 5 p. m., and Sunday from 2 to 4 p. m. 



CHURCHES. 

First Baptist Church. 



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299 Main Street. Organized June 8, 1831. First edifice ei'eeted in 1833, present edifice erected 

in lisol. 

Pastor, Rev. Frank Rector. Deacons, E. G. Stanley, M. W. 
Cummings, J. H. Daniels, D. A. Hartwell, H. B. Abell. Modera- 
tor, Rev. Frank Rector. Clerk, W. H. Bennett, M. D. Treas., D. 
A. Hartwell. Asst. Treas , J. H. Daniels. Organist, Mrs. W. H. 
Bennett. Director and Cornetist, Taney Mauch. Sexton and Col- 
lector, L. E. Sanderson. 

Sunday School. — Supt., Dr. W. W. Bennett. 

Y. P. S. C. E.— Pres., H. L. Hill. 



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Highland' Baptist Church. 

11 Cedar Street. Organized 1891. Ediiice dedicated April 13, 1891. 

X Pastor, Rev. A. T. Kempton, M. A. Deacons, Charles A. Jewetti 
F. M. Oakes, Dr. A. W. Sidney. Clerk, Flora E. Sleeper. Treas., 
Ezra Coleman. Collector, L. W. Dean. 

Sunday School Supt., F. M. Oakes. 

Y. P. S. C. E.— President, A. E. Hudson. 

Baptist Chapel, South Fitchburg. 

Falulah Street, corner of Sheridan, S. F. 

G. M. Bardsley, acting pastor. 

French Baptist Mission. 

Baptist Mission Rooms, 341 1-2 Main Street. 

A. P. Rossier, Missionary. 

Calvary Baptist Finn Mission. 

Baptist Mission Rooms, 341 1-2 Main Street. 

Rev. J. A. Wiklund, Missionary. 



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Beth Eden Baptist Church, West Fitchburg. 

Asliburnham Street. Organized March, 1893. Present edifice dedicated June 8, 1893. 

Pastor, Rev. F. A. Macdonald. Deacons, Charles K. Sawyer, 
William Darch, W. P. Wilson. Clerk, Isabel F. Waters. Treas., 
Boardraan Parkhurst. Asst. Treas., Charles Ward. Organist, Mrs. 
Charles Ward. Sexton, Thomas Ramsden. Collector, Willard S. 
Hawthorue. 

Supt. Sunday School, W. M. Sage. 

First Parish Congregational (Unitarian) Church. 

Main Street, corner Prospect. Organized Jan. 9, 1768. 

/C Pastor, Rev. Walter F. Greenman. Parish Clerk, C. W. Colburn. 
Deacon, A. R. Ordway. Treas., Frank E. Brown. Sexton, H. B. 
Chace. Organist, Mrs. J. H. Potter. Supt. of Sunday School, C. 
Willis Bennett. 

Calvinistic Congregational Church. 

Corner Main and Rollstone Streets. Organized October, 1823. 

Pastor, Rev. George R. Hewitt. Deacons, A. C. Brown, I. O. 
Converse, H. M. Francis, John Parkhill, W. K. Bailey, J. C. 
Spaulding. Clerk, G. A. Hitchcock. Treas., Lulie A. Holden. 
Supt. of Sunday School, A. C. Brown. Parish Treas., William V. 
Lowe. 

Y. P. S. C. E — Pres., Herbert Collins. Sec, Louise E. Field. 

Rollstone Congregational Church. 

Main Street, corner Snow. Organized April 16, 1868. 

X Pastor, Rev. William O. Conrad. Deacons, J. C. Moulton, C. H. 
Doten, Frederick Fosdick, A. B. Peck, F. C. Hoyt, F. W. Haynes. 



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Clerk, F. C. Hoyt. Treas., David Lowe. Supt. of Sunday School, 
C. A. Tilton. Parish Clerk, H. A. Estabrook. Parish Treas., Sam- 
uel H. Lowe. Sexton and Collector, J. A. Lamb. 

Branch Sunday School, 140 Lunenburg street. Supt., Dr. R. O. 
Ross. 

Y. P. S. C. E.— Pres., Percy B. Hitchcock. Sec, Mrs. A. E. 
Richardson. 

Christ Church (Episcopal). 

Corner Main and Hartwell Streets. Organized Oct. 7, 1863. 

/ }\ Rector, Rev. James DeWolf Perry, Jr. Wardens, George D. 
Colony, M. D., Alvah Crocker. Vestrymen, Charles A. Cross, A. 

B. Haskell, C. W. Cookson, Henry T. Page, "J. H. Patton, 

C. T. Crocker, C. T. Crocker, Jr., Amasa Norcross, Arthur 
Patch. Clerk and Treas., C. B. Smith. 

~ First Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Corner Fox aod ElrJi Streets. Organized March, 1834. 

X Pastor, Rev. N. T. Whitaker, D. D. Trustees— Pres., H.O. Put- 
nam; Treas., E. N. Choate ; Sec, William E. Henry ; Lyman Patch, 
Charles Oliver, C. C. Stratton, C. W. Putnam, F. L. Rolph, Charles 
A. Morgan. Recording Steward, F. A. Rowley. District Steward, 
J. H. Potter. Collector. Edward Newitt. Treas., J. W. Merriam. 
Supt. Sunday School, F. W. Macer. 

Epworth League. — Pres., James L. Harrington. Sec, Miss Sadie 
Cookman. 

West Fitchburg Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Sanborn, corner Westminster Streets. Organized November 17, 1881. 

v Pastor, Rev. Benjamin F. Kingsley. Trustees, Charles Taylor, 
John E. Dempsey, George S. Coggswell, George J. Pethybridge, 
Edward Pickwick, James Sheppard, H. K. Tucker, George Pierce, 
Hugh O. Irving. Supt. Sunday School, George S. Coggswell. Sex- 
ton, F. C. Hedenburg. 

Epworth League — Pres., Wm. H. Craig. Sec, Perry I. Wilson. 

First Universalist Church. 

Day Street, corner Union. Organized Oct. 8, 1844. 

•yc Pastor, Rev. Abram Conklin. Deacons, Horace Damon, Henry 
L. Rice, L. C. Albee. Clerk and Treas., Jabez F. Fisher. Col- 
lector, Vernon Kendall. Supt. of Sunday School, Dr. Geo. T. 
Greenwood. 

Berean Church. 

Organized July 10, 1887. 

Pastor, R. C. Brown. Elders, J. W. White, C. W. Burlingame. 
Deacons, A. Kelley, Samuel McClure. Sec. John Dockendorff. 
Treas., J. W. White. Supt. of Sunday School, F. E. Nelson. Sec 
and Treas., Miss Lillian White. 

Services held in Berean Hall, Cushing block, Laurel street. 



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St. Bernard's Church (Roman Catholic). 

Water Street. Organized 1847. 

Pastor, Rev. D. F. Feehan. Assistants, Rev. M. W. Mulhane, 
James W. Dolan. Organist, Miss M. G. Carey. Sunday 
School held in Vestry. Gen. Supt., Rev. D. F. Feehan. 

Church of Sacred Heart (Roman Catholic). 

West Fitchburg. Organized 1878. 

^Pastor, Rev. Thomas 0. Hanrahan. Organist, Katie G. Carey. 
Sunday School in charge of Pastor. Sexton, Thomas A. Monahan. 
President of Temperance Society, William Espie. 

Church of the Immaculate Conception (French Roman Catholic). 

59 Walnut Street. Organized 1886. 

Pastor, Rev. Edmond Graton. Assistant, Rev. J. A. Fredette. 
Organist, Mrs. J. A. Mantha. Supt. Sunday School, Rev. Edmond 
Graton. 

St. Joseph's Church (French Roman Catholic.) 

Plymouth Street. Organized 1890- 

The Fathers of la Salette. Pastor, Rev. Joseph Vignon, M. S. 
Assistants, Rev. H. Girard, M. S., C. Triquet, M. S., J. Descheaux, 
M. S. Supt. Sunday School, Rev. Joseph Vignon. 

First German Evangelical Church. 

81 Rollstone Street. Organized 1889. 

X Pastor, Rev. S. Herman Schwab. Deacons, Henry Behrens, Albert 
Hirscb, Christian M deckel, and Richard Kaempfer. Clerk, 
Christian Moeckel. Treas., Mrs. Agnes Pohlmann. Supt. Sunday 
School, Rev. S. Herman Schwab. 

Swedish Evangelical Congregational Church. 

Rollstone Street, near Main. Organized February, 1892. 

Pastor, Rev. John A. Axelson. Deacons, Claes E. Ahlin, C. J. 
Carlson, Carl Setterlund, C. J. Hokanson. Secretary, Ewald Ram- 
gren. Treasurer, Nils Peter Nilson. Sunday School Supt., Wm. 
Peterson. 

Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Emanuel Church. 

Church at the head of Upper Common. Organized May 26, 1892. 

Pastor, Rev. A. W. Kjellstrand. Deacons, J. E. Carlson, Julius 
Anderson, Olof Lofquist, Gustav Holm, John Swenson. Trustees, 
Adolph Anderson, Axel Anderson, C. F. Holm. Treasurer, Axel 
Anderson. Clerk, N. E. Johnson. 

Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Church. 
Pastor, Rev. M. Havukainen. Deacons, J. Kajander, Jakob 
Rajala, Jakob Hirvi and Carl Pihlqvist. Meetings held at hall 451 
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Finn Evangelical Congregational Church. 
Pastor, Rev. Andrew Groop. Deacons, Frank Syrja, John Tiilik- 
kala, Minna Seppelin. Sec, Minna Seppelin. Treas., John Tiilikala. 
Meetings held at Hall 392 Main street. 

First Spiritualistic Society. 

President, Dr. C. L. Fox. Vice Pres., Mrs. M. A. F. Cate. Cor. 
and Rec. Sec, Mrs. Esther O. Pierce. Fin. Sec, P. C. Burr. 
Treas., John R. Haskell. 

Services are held at Pythian Hall, Main street, every Sunday at 
2 and 7 p. m. 



SOCIETIES, ASSOCIATIONS, ETC. 

American Legion of Honor, Overlook Council, No. 972. 

Com., Charles A. Lemay. Vice Com.. Charles T. Cook. Sec, 
Hubert C. Bartlett. Col., Moses Hoyt. Treas., George H. Sprague. 
Medical Examiners, John W. Stimson, M. D., A. P. Mason, M. D. 

Regular meetings in G. A. R. Hall, 129 Main street, on the fourth 
Tuesday evening of each month. 

Ancient Order of Hibernians, Division 2. 

Incorporated June, 1869. 

Pres., Patrick T. Corley. Rec. Sec, Thomas Connell. Fin. Sec, 
James H. O'Rourke. Treas., Martin E. Muinane. 

Meetings held in G. A. R. Hall first and third Thursdays of each 
month. 

Ancient Order of Hibernians, Division 26. 

Organized Nov. 25, 1880. 

Pres., Thomas A. Monahan. R. S., Robert Jones. F. S., John 
Quigley. Treas., John McNamara. 

Meetings held at Hibernian Hall, West Fitch burg, the second 
and last Sundays of each month. 

A. 0. H. Ladies' Auxiliary, Division 2. 
Pres., Miss Mary Skehan. Rec Sec, Miss Sarah O'Rourke. 
Fin. Sec, Miss Lizzie G. Hackett. Treas., Mrs. Mary McPoland. 
Meets in G. A. R. Hall, second and fourth Friday evenings. 

A. 0. H. Ladies' Auxiliary of Division 26. 
Pres., Miss Margaret Brady. Rec. Sec, Miss Sarah Dunn. Fin. 
Sec, Miss Agues Dunn. Treas., Mrs. Thomas McCormack. 
Meets in Hibernian Hall, West Fitchburg. 

A. 0. U. W., Fitchburg Lodge, No. 171. 
Master Workman, Richard C. Damon. Recorder, C. L. Wash- 
burn. Financier, F. I. Cate. Receiver, George E. Withington. 



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Meetings held first and third Wednesdays in every month at Red 
Men's Hall, Laurel street. 

A. 0. U. W., Rollstone Lodge, No. 107. 

Master Workman, James McGee. Recorder, Warren E. Walker. 
Financier, John R. Smith. Receiver, Patrick B. Purtill. 

Meetings held 2d and 4th Fridays at Red Men's Hall, Laurel 
street. 

A. 0. U. W., Nashua Lodge, No. 152. 
Master Workman, Joseph Woodcomb. Recorder, William M. 
Dinneen. Financier, George Dobb. 

Meets first and third Thursdays each month at Alfredian Hall. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, H. P. Littlejohn Lodge, No. 410. 
Master, W. H. Pierce. Secretary, W. A. Chase. Collector, W. 
A. Hodgkins. Receiver, S. N. Lufkin. 

Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, Hoosac Tunnel Lodge, No. 93. 

Master, J. F. Harrington. Financier, P. O'Horo. Secretary, W. 
E. Burt. 

Meetings the second and fourth Sundays of each month in K. of 
H. Hall. 

Burbank Hospital. 

Burbank Street, near Prospect. 

Clerk, E. N. Choate. Treasurer, H. A. Willis. Trustees for two 
years, Alvah Crocker, Amasa Norcross, Rodney Wallace, Charles T. 
Crocker, Charles E. Ware: for one year, James Phillips, Jr., E. P. 
Miller, George D. Colony, Frederick H. Thompson, Benjamin D. 
Dwinnell; for three years, John J. Sheehan, Elliot N. Choate, Henry 
A. Willis, R. R. Conn, Harrington Sibley. 

To these are added the Mayor, President of the Common Council 
and City Treasurer, who are trustees ex-officiis during the term of 
their respective offices. 

Chapin Club. 

Pres., Rev. Abram Conklin. Vice Pres., Walter A. Davis. Sec, 
Miss Nellie M. Silsby. Treas., Andrew J. Litchfield. 

Meets in parlors of the Universalist church first Monday in the 
month. 

Christian Doctrine Society of St. Bernard's Church. 
Pres., Rev. M. W. Mulhane. Treas., Mrs. K. A. Butler. Rec. 
Sec, Etta F. Willard. Fin. Sec, Annie F. Carey. 
Meetings held in St. Bernard's library room. 

Columbian Club. 
Pres., Harry P. Aitchison. Sec. and Treas., Wm. C. Bennett. 
Directors — Milton P. Babbitt, George H. Ferdinand, Chas. S. Keith, 
Arthur E* Rogers, Chas. H. Waymoth. Rooms 234 Main. 



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Falulak Natural History Society, Agassiz Association, No. 48. 

Pres., Harry L. Piper. Sec., Archie B. Pnlsifer. Treas., E. A. 
Hartwell. Curator, Harry L. Piper. Cor. Sec, E. Adams Hartwell. 

Meetings held the second Monday of every month in the Physical 
Lecture Room, High School Building. 

Firemen's Relief Association. 

Pres., James Leckie. Sec, W. M. Wellington. Treas., T. F. 
Murnane. 

Annual meeting first Thursday in December. Directors' meetings 
first Thursday in January, April, July and October, at Central Fire 
Station. 

Fitchburg Athletic Club. 
Pres., George W. Weymouth. Treas., F. D. Page. Sec, H. A. 
Damon. Club house on Church street. 

Fitchburg Benevolent Union. 

Organized as a Society March 6, 1876. Incorporated Feb. 10, 1886. 

Miss Alice Miller, Agent, Room No. 50, 145 Main. 
Pres., C. E. Ware. Vice-Prests., Rodney Wallace, H. G. Town- 
end, Amasa Norcross. Sec, J. G. Faxon. Asst. Sec, Miss Ellen 

F. Blood. Treas., Ebenezer Bailey. 

Annual meeting of the Union on the last Monday in September. 
Regular meetings of the Board of Managers on the last Mondays 
in December, March and June. 

Fitchburg Congregational Club. 

Pres., Rev. G. R. Hewitt, Fitchburg. Sec. and Treas., F. E. 
Fairbanks, Fitchburg. Auditor, Dea. H. M. Francis, Fitchburg. 

Meets second Monday in April, June and October, and on Mon- 
day coincident with or preceding Forefathers' Day. 

Fitchburg Historical Society. 

Organized Feb. 3, 1892. Incorporated Feb. 3, 1896. 

Pres., Henry A. Willis. Sec, J. F. D. Garfield. Treas. and 
Librarian, Dr. A. P. Mason. 

Regular meetings third Monday evening of each month, except 
June, July, August and September, at common council room. An- 
nual meeting the third Monday evening in January. 

Fitchburg Home for Old Ladies. 

8 Beacon Street. 

Pres., Dr. W. H. Bennett. Vice Pres., Mrs. H. C. Hartwell. 
Treas., Wilbur W. Henry. Sec, Miss M. D. Tolman. Board of 
Managers, Mrs. Mary C. Whittier, Mrs. C. W. Wilder, Mrs. Adeline 
K. Cushing, Mrs. E. M. Dickinson, Mrs. L. W. Cumings, Mrs. S. 

G. Proctor, W. M. Leathe, H. F. Coggshall, Daniel Simonds, Henry 
A. Goodrich, C. W. Wilder, W. G. Hayes. 



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Fitchburg Park Company. 

Organized May 18, 1887. Office, 23 Water Street. 

Pres., George N. Proctor. Clerk and Treas., N. F. Bond. 

Fitchburg Teachers' Association. 
Pres., G. Kirk Hudson. Sec. and Treas., Harold M. Dean. 

Fitchburg Rifle and Gun Club. 
Pres., Edward F. Lewis. Sec. and Treas., Irving O. Converse. 
Annual meeting 2d Monday in March. 

Fitchburg Union Aid Home for Children. 

27 Holt Street. 

Pres., N. F. Bond. Clerk, James Ross. Treas., Mrs. C. P. Dick- 
inson. 

Fitchburg Woman's Club. 
Pres., Mrs. Harris C. Hartwell. Rec. Sec, Miss Mary L. Gar- 
field. Cor. Sec, Mrs. Ellen M. Cushing. Treas., Mrs. Henry G. 
Morse. 

Foresters of America, Court Montcalm, No. 84. 
C. R.. Elphege Leger. Treas., J. H. Brousseau. Fin. Sec, David 
L'Eeuyer. R. S., F. P. Allen. Physician, Dr. J. H. Palardy. 

Foresters of America, Court City of Fitchburg No. 39. 

C. R., Henry F. McManus. Treas., M. J. Dalv. F. S., Michael 
F.Dunn. R.S., J. B. Conlon. S. W., David Herlihy. J. W., 
Daniel McNamara. 

Meets first and third Fridays of each month at Knights of Honor 
Hall, 246 Main street. 

German Order of Harugari, Rollstoneloge, No. 573. 

O. B., August Herold. U. B., Franz Filz. Sec, Ehrenfried 
Rauh. Accountant, Robert Weichert. Treas., John Stobel. 

Meets first and third Wednesdays at Harugari Hall, Harugari 
street. 

German Order of Harugari, Marienloge, No. 42. 

0. B., Mrs. Louise Rauh. U. B., Mrs. Friedrika Doehla. Sec, 
Mrs. Augusta Wuth. Treas., Mrs. Paulina Hoehn. 

Meets second and fourth Thursdays at Harugari Hall, Harugari 
street. 

Helping Hand Association, for Working Girls. 

Holt Street. 

Pres., George H. Hastings. Sec, Miss Mary L. Garfield. Treas., 
Miss Lucy Fay. 



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Holy Name Society. 

Spiritual Director, Rev. D. F. Feehan. Pres., Thomas Carey. 
Rec. Sec, Matthew Keough. Fin. Sec, James Ryan. Treas., 
Michael Kivlon. 

Regular meeting in St. Bernard's church monthly. 

Improved Order of Red Men, Nashua Tribe, No. 37. 

P., S. W. Sawyer. S., F. S. Moore. C. of R., D. W. Hilton. 
C. of W., F. I. Cate. K. of W., W. E. Walker. 

Meets Monday evenings at Red Men's Hall, Cushing's block, Lau- 
rel street. 

Knights of Columbus, Fitchburg Council, No. 99. 
G. K., James H. McMahon. Warden, P. J. Hart. R. S., John 
E. Dwyer. F. S., John R. Smith. Treas., Daniel A. Boyle. 
Meets first Wednesday of each month at 125 Main street. 

Knights of Honor, Fitchburg Lodge, No. 797. 

D., G. R. Fisher. R., J. M. Walker. F. R., D. H. Pierce. 
Treas.. W. B. Chandler. 

Meets second and fourth Tuesday evenings in Knights of Honor 
Hall. 

Knights and Ladies of Honor, Roumania Lodge, No. 312. 

P., M. A. Harris. Sec, K. M. Gay. Treas., D. H. Pierce. 
Chap., S. J. Cook. 

Meets first and third Monday evenings of each month in Knights 
of Honor Hall. 

Knights of Malta, Palestine Commandery, No. 176. 

S. K. C, W. H. Brazier. Gen., F. C. Hinds. Capt. Gen., 
George W. Bigelow. Prelate, H. H. Perley. Recorder, Vernon 
Wetherbee. Asst. Recorder, H. B. Marchant. Treas., G. A. Alger. 

Regular convocations held every Friday evening at K. of M. Hall, 
155 Main street. 

Merchants' Association. 

Pres., F. F. Woodward. Vice-Prests, F. G. Lesure, A. N. Lowe, 
Jerome Mossman. Directors, Ezra Coleman, M. W. Cummings, R. 
A. Leonard, A. A. Holt, W. F. Lovering, J. W. Merriam, P. A. 
Nourse, Treas., D. H. Pierce. Sec, Irving O. Converse. Fin. Sec, 
H. F. Gove. 

Meetings first Wednesday of every month in Lincoln Hall. 

National Association of Stationary Engineers, Branch No. 20. 
Pres., John A. Nutter. Rec Sec, W. H. Davenport. Fin. Sec, 
James Madigan. Treas., J. F. McKechnie. 



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New England Order of Protection, Watatic Lodge, No. 31. 
W., B. F. Buckley. R. S., Mrs. M. A. Jordan. F. S., E. F. 
Fletcher. T., Mrs. M. E. Haven. 

Meets first and third Fridays at Pythian Hall, 234 Main street. 

Order of Railway Conductors, E. A. Smith Division, No. 146. 
Chief Con., A. A. Wiley. Sec. and Treas., W. C. Bradley. 
Meetings first and third Sundays in G. A. R. Hall. 

Order Daughters of St. George, Anne Hathaway Lodge, No. 73. 

Instituted Dec. 3, 1892. 

P., Mrs. S. Dyson. F. Sec, Miss I. Charlton. Rec. Sec, Miss 
M. Ross. Treas., Mrs. E. Helliwell. 

Meets first and third Thursdays in G. A. R. Hall. 

Order Scottish Clans, Clan Leslie, No. 132. 

Chief, John Leiper. Sec, William Baxter. Fin. Sec, James 
Adam son. Treas., Matthew Tait. 

Meet in Knights of Malta Hall, second and fourth Monday of 
each month. 

Order of Odd Ladies, Puritan Lodge, No. 39. 
N. L., Mrs. Mary Watson. R. S., Miss Jennie M. Davenport. 

F. S., Mrs. Lucy Blood. Treas., Mary Caswell. 

Meets first and third Thursday evenings of each month in Red 
Men's Hall. 

Order Sons of St. George, Shakespeare Lodge, No. 121. 

W. Pres., Harry Wyatt. W. Sec, Hammond Asquith. W. 
Treas., Bartholomew Joslin. 

Meets first and third Friday evenings of each month in G. A. R. 
Hall. 

Order United American Mechanics, Wachusett Council, No. 21. 
C, E. B. Churchill. Rec. Sec, F. A. Brooks. F. S., H. P. 
Blood. Treas., F. G. Templeton. 

Meets every Wednesday evening in Pythian Hall, 234 Main street. 

Park Club. 

Rooms 294 Main street. 

Pres., Charles F. Baker. Treas., Chester F. Lamb. Sec, Her- 
bert I. Wallace. Directors, George N. Proctor, Albert B. Haskell, 
A. A. MarshaU, F. N. Dillon, F. S. Coolidge. 

Patrons of Husbandry, Fitchburg Grange, No. 186. 
Master, John H. White. Treasurer, Edwin S. Burnap. Secretary, 
Jennie M. Hills. 

Meetings held second and fourth Thursdays in each month in 

G. A. R. Hall. 



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Railroad Employees' Relief Association of Fitchburg. 
Pres., F. H. Eddy. Treas., Charles Oliver. Fin. Sec., F. Weth- 
erbee. 

Meets fourth Friday of each month. 

Railroad Men's Christian Association. 

Pres., A. B. Peck. Sec, N. B. Dodge. Treas., E. F. Robbins. 
Executive Committee, A. B. Peck, A. W. Bigelow. E. F. Robbins, 
J. T. Goodwin, Charles Oliver. N. B. Dodge, D. T. Sanford, Fred 
W. Macer. 

Meetings held in Y. M. C. A. hall, second floor, Main street, every 
Sunday. 

Rollstone Cycle Club. 

Organized July, 1892. 

Pres., W. D. Preston. Sec. and Treas., E. W. Gilson. Capt., 
F. A. Richardson. 

Club quarters, 145 Main street. Regular meetings first Monday 
of each month. 

Royal Arcanum, Fitchburg Council, No. 777. 

R., Charles H. Blood. Sec, W. N. Hitchcock. Col., G. P. 
Crosby. Treas., Charles H. Rice. 

Meetings held on second and fourth Monday evenings at Knights 
of Honor Hall. 

Society St. Vincent de Paul, Conference of St. Bernard. 

Spiritual Director, Rev. Michael W. Mulhane. Pres., John F. 
Gannon. Sec, John Crotty. Treas., Daniel Boyle. 

Meetings held in the vestry of St. Bernard's church on the second 
and last Monday evenings. 

St. Joseph Union. 
Chap., Rev. Joseph Vignon. Pres., Joseph A. Lariviere. Sec 
Arch., E. M. U. Gaudet. Cor. Sec, Joseph Seney. Treas., Albert 
A. Chaume. Col., Alphonse Hebert. 

Sons and Daughters of New Hampshire. 
Pres., J. G. Edgerly. Sec and Treas., W. P. Hall. 

United Order Golden Cross. 
N. C, E. G. Vinal. F. K. of R., Henry S. Derby. Treas., E. C. 
Babbitt. 

Meeting first and third Thursday evening in K. of H. Hall. 

United Order Pilgrim Fathers, Plymouth Colony. 
Governor, Horace M. Kendall. Sec, W. W. Henry. Treas., J. 
A. Hunt. Collector, W. H. Wetherbee. 

Meet at Knights of Honor hall second and fourth Thursdays. 



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Union Draniatique. 

Meets in Sprague hall, 382 Main street. 

Chap., Rev. Edrnond Graton. Pres., F. X. Morin. Sec. Arch., 
Joseph Seney. Sec. Coll., Cleophas Forest. Treas., William Morin. 
Sec. Corr., Napoleon Bourget. 

Worcester North Agricultural Society. 

Incorporated in 1852. 

Pres., J. L. Harrington. Vice Prests., J. Edward Putnam, Guy 
Woods. Sec, John H. White. Treas., George O. Allen. Member 
of State Board for three years from December, 1895, Geo. Cruick- 
shanks. 

Young Men's Christian Association. 

Pres., M. W. Cummings. Vice Pres., Henry G. Morse. Gen. 
Sec, C. S. Bishop. Rec Sec, F. W. Pattison. Treas., A. C. Brown. 
Asst. Treas., Henry W. Lane. Physical Director, Maurice Ross. 
Directors, A. C. Brown, D. B. Silsby, M. W. Cummings, W. H. 
Craig, C. E. Tupper, J. H. Daniels, R. R. Cookman, F. C. Hoyt, 
W. A. Yale, F. W. Pattison, J. Warren White, Rev. F. A. Mac- 
donald, Rev. S. H. Schwab, John A. Corneli, H. G. Morse, C. S. 
Bishop, ex-officio. 

Building, corner Main and Fox streets, open every day from 9 
a. m. to 9.30 p. m., and Sundays from 2 to 6 p. m. 



FITCHBURG BOARD OF TRADE. 

Pres., Frederick Fosdick. 1st Vice Pres., H. A. Goodrich. 2d 
Vice Pres., D. M. Dillon. 3d Vice Pres., H. F. Rockwell. Sec, 
J. H. Daniels. Treas., Ebenezer Bailey. Directors, George W. 
Weymouth, A. H. Lowe, C. M. Parker, H. I. Wallace, L. C. Albee, 
M. B. Damon, W. F. Stiles, L. W. Cumings, Henry Allison, E. 
F. Belding, W. P. Hall, H. G. Greene, H. G. Lowe, H. O. Putnam, 
A. H. Burgess. 



CO-OPERATIVE BANKS. 

Fidelity Co-Operative Bank. 

Incorporated. April 25, 1888. 

Pres., George E. Clifford. Vice Pres., Henry G. Morse. Sec. 
and Treas., Wylon G. Hayes. Directors, L. H. Goodnow. W. C- 
Johnson, L. C. Albee, J. H. Daniels, H. F. Rockwell, L. M. Davis, 
George Reed, M. W. Cummings, J. E. Kellogg, H. M. Francis, G. 
B. Bartlett, A. Wellington, F. F. Farrar, A. N. Smith. Security 
Committee, Henry G. Morse, Lyman H. Goodnow, A. A. Wyman, 
F. F. Farrar. 

Meets second Tuesday in every month, Room 1, 234 Main street. 



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Fitchburg Co- Operative Bank. 

Incorporated Oct. 27, 1877. 129 Main Street. 

Pres., Jabez Fisher. Vice Pres., Henry L. Rice. Sec., Frederick 
A. Currier. Treas., Harrison Bailey. Directors, Harrington Sibley, 
Ebenezer Bailey, J. D. Littlehale, David M. Dillon, J. Warren 
White, John A. Joslin, George O. Allen, Joel Joel, William A. Em- 
erson, Jabez F. Fisher, Nathaniel Varney, Martin Webber, Edgar S. 
Moulton, Robert Lawton, Martin S. Hall. Attorney, Harrison 
Bailey. 

Meeting third Thursday. 



FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

Fitchburg Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 

No. 372 Main Street. 

Pres., Amasa Norcross. Vice-Pres. and Treas., H. G. Morse. 
Sec, Lincoln R. Welch. Directors, Amasa Norcross, Rodney Wal- 
lace, Henry G. Morse, F. F. Woodward, Lyman C. Albee, E. P. 
Downe, Daniel Simonds, Btigham N. Bullock, Fitchburg; William 
A. Macurda, Watertown ; S. R. Merrick, Lancaster; S. W. A. 
Stevens, Gardner ; Orlando Mason, Winchendon ; John M. Lockey, 
Leominster ; Charles E. Grant, Worcester. 

Fitchburg and Leominster Board of Underwriters. 

Pres.. Frederick A. Currier. Vice Pres. and Treas., William A. 
Putnam, Leominster. Sec, Nathan C. Upham. 



MEDICAL ORGANIZATIONS. 

Worcester North District Medical Society. 

Embracing Fitchburg and towns in the northern part of Worces- 
ter county. 

Pres., Dr. J. W. Stimson. Sec, Dr. W. F. Sawyer. Treas., Dr. 
E. L. Fiske. Librarian, Dr. A. P. Mason. 

The Library consists of about five hundred volumes, embracing all 
the recent works of standard authorities. 

Annual meeting on the fourth Tuesday in April. Regular meeting 
on the fourth Tuesday of each quarter following. Meetings held at 
Fitchburg. 

Worcester County Homoeopathic Medical Society. 

Pres., Dr. George S. Adams, Westboro. Sec. and Treas., Dr. 
Frank R. Warner, Worcester. Librarian, Dr. E. D. Fitch, Wor- 
cester. 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 405 

MASONIC. 

HALL IN SAVINGS BANK BLOCK, 352 MAIN STREET. 

Aurora Lodge, F. and A. M. 

Instituted June 9, 1801, at Leominster. Removed to Fitehburg, March 17, 1845. 

W. M., Walter M. Wellington. S. W., Walter A. Davis. J. 
W.. Fred A. Tolman. Treas., Elbridge G. Snow. Sec., Francis D. 
Tuttle. S. D., Frederick W. Eager. J. D., Vernon H. Vaughan. 
Tyler, Joseph M. Peirce. 

Regular communication first Monday in each month. Annual com- 
munication in September. 

Charles W. Moore Lodge, F. and A. M. 

Instituted October 9, 1856. 

W. M., Thomas H. Crane. S. W., Herman D. Horton. J. W., 
Edwin C. Babbitt. Treas., Edward W. Ackley. Sec, Joseph L. 
Stratton. S. D., William R. Pulsifer. J. D., Samuel C. Liwson. 
Tyler, Joseph M. Peirce. 

Regular communication third Tuesday of each month. Annual 
communication in September. 

Thomas Royal Arch Chapter. 

Instituted December 1, 1821, at Princeton. Removed to Fitehburg, November 13, 1847. 

M. E. H. P., Cyrus A. Foster. E. K., Nathan E. Metcalf. E. S., 
George H. Priest. Treas., George S. Richardson. Sec, Jabez F. 
Fisher. C. H., Thomas H. Crane. P. S., John P. Holbrook. R. 
A. C, H. Nelson Lawrence. T., Joseph M. Peirce. 

Regular convocation second Wednesday of each month. Annual 
convocation in September. 

Jerusalem Commandery, K. T. 

Instituted October 13, 1865. 

E. C, George S. Richardson. Genlo., Walter A. Davis. Capt. 
Gen., George V. Barrett. Prelate, Francis D. Tuttle. Asso. Pre- 
lates, Rev. George M. Bodge, Rev. Abram Conklin. S. W., Edward 
D. Moody. J. W., Chas. S. Alexander. Treas., Wilbur B. Tenney. 
Rec, Frank D. Page. St. B., Nathan E. Metcalf. Sw. B., Prescott 
C. Rice. Arm., Joseph M. Peirce. 

Regular conclave third Thursday of each month. Annual conclave 
in September. 

Lady Emma Chapter, No. 27, Order of Eastern Star. 

W. M., Mrs. Hattie M. Babbitt. W. P., John R. Hosmer. A. 
M., Mrs. Josephine Atwood. Sec, Miss E. Grace Pierce. Treas., 
Miss Ella R. Starkey. 

Meets first Friday of every month at Masonic Hall. 



406 FITCHBUEG DIRECTORY. 

ODD FELLOWS. 

HALL IN ROLLSTONE BANK BLOCK, 129 MAIN STREET. 

Mt. Roulstone Lodge, No. 98, I. 0. 0. F. 

Instituted Dec. 12, 1845. 

N. G., R. C. Eaton. V. G., W. P. Hayden. R. S., H. G. Eth- 
eridge. P. S., C. H. Glazier. Treas., George H. Sprague. 
Meets Friday evenings. 

Apollo Lodge, No. 205, I. 0. 0. F. 

N. G., E. C. Stowe. Y. G., F. P. Green. Sec., G. F. Stocker. 
Per. See., F. H. Nutting. Treas., F. E. Fairbanks. 

Meets Wednesdays at Odd Fellows' Hall, 129 Main street. 

Pearl Hill Rebekah Lodge, No. 47. 

N. G., Estella V. Glazier. V. G., Lizzie A. Derby. R. S., An- 
nie A. Webb. Treas., Annie S. Turner. 

Meets in Odd Fellows' Hall first and third Tuesday evenings of 
each month. 

King David Encampment, No. 42, I. 0. 0. F. 

C. P., Robert Harlev. H. P., C. S. Davis. S. W., F. A. Morgan. 
J. W., M. P. Babbitt. Scribe, C. H. Glazier. Treas., G. H. 
Sprague. 

Regular meetings on second and fourth Tuesdays of each month 
in Odd Fellows' Hall, 129 Main street. 

Canton Hebron, No. 11, Patriarchs Militant. 

Commandant, Alonzo H. French. Lieutenant, Frank G. Lesure. 
Ensign, Everett C. Stowe. Clerk, R. Carroll Eaton. Accountant, 
George E. Heath. 

Regular Cantonment first Monday evening of each month at Odd 
Fellows' Hall, 129 Main street. 

E. Victoria Morse Rebekah Lodge, No. 143, I. 0. 0. F. 

N. G., Isabel F. Gammell. V. G., Delia A. Pierce. Sec, Angie 

M. Pierce. Fin. Sec, Clara V. Wood. Treas., Margaret I. Nelson. 

Meetings second and fourth Mondays of each month at 8 o'clock. 

Loyal Progressive Lodge, No. 7203, I. 0. 0. F., M. U. 

N. G., John Congram. V. G., Fred Quick. P. S., C. M. Smith. 
Treas., John Wall work. 

Meets second and fourth Wednesdays in Knights of Honor Hall, 
246 Main street. 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 407 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

Alpine Lodge, No. 35. 

C. C, H. M. Clifford. M. of W., F. G. Templeton. M. of F., 
A. A. Train. M. of E... G. P. Crosby. K. R. S. 5 W. P. Cate. 
Meets in Pythian Hall, 234 Main street, every Monday evening. 

Red Cross Division 34, U. R. K. of P. 

S. K. C, A. W. Allen. S. K. 1st Lieut., F..W. Kendall. S. K. 
2d Lieut., J. H. Cross. S. K. R., C. P. Tyler. S. K. T., H. M. 

Clifford. 



GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

HALL IN ROLLSTONE BANK BLOCK, 129 MAIN STREET. 

Edwin V. Sumner Post 19. 

Instituted Aug. 16, 1867. 

P. C, William H. Wheeler. S. V. C, Frank A. Alvord. J. V. C, 
Samuel W. Harris. Adj., Robert M. Jones. Q. M., Sidney Sibley. 
Surg., A. O. Hitchcock, M. D. O. D., Ernest F. Schragle. O. G., 
Raymond J. Parker. S. M., Henry M. Saunders. Q. M. S., Isaac 
P. Connig. 

Meets Monday evenings in G. A. R. Hall, 129 Main street. 

E. V. Sumner Building Association. 
Pres., J. W. Kimball. Clerk, Moses Hoyt. Treas., Sidney Sib- 

Annual meeting third Tuesday in December. 

Edwin V. Sumner Relief Corps, No. 1. 

Pres., Mrs. Mary A. Ross. S. V. Pres., Mrs. Aurilla Jaquith. 
J. V. P., Mrs. Emeline Seward. Sec, Mrs. Annie C. Shattuck. 
Treas., Mrs. E. Annie Bruce. 

Meets first and third Thursday afternoons in G. A. R. Hall. 

Clark S. Simonds Camp 28, Sons of Veterans. 

Capt., A. R. Lemay. 1st Lieut., C. A. Pierce. 2d Lieut., C. T. 
Lane. 1st Sergt., H. W. Bryant. Q. M. Sergt., D. W. Colburn. 
Meetings first and third Mondays in G. A. R. hall. 

Louisa M. Alcott Tent 8, Daughters of Veterans. 

Pres., Minnie E. Classon. S. V. P., Mary E. Burgess. J. V. P., 
Edith E. Chapman. Chaplain, Anna T. M. Knox. Treas., Nellie 
J. Smith. Sec, Annie M. Costello. 

Meetings second and fourth Thursdays in G. A. R. Hall. 

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408 FITCHBUEG DIRECTORY. 

MILITARY. 

Armory, Church Street. 

Fitchburg Fusiliers, Co. B, 6th Regiment, M. V, M. 

Organized December 14, 1816. 

Capt., George H. Priest. 1st Lieut., Horatio D. Moulton. 2d 
Lieut., David W. Colburn. 

Washington Guards, Co. D, 6th Regiment, M. V. M. 

Organized July, 1855. 

Capt., John F. McDowell. 1st Lieut., Christopher M. Lynch. 
2d Lieut., Andrew J. Whelan. 



TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

Sacred Heart Total Abstinence and Literary Society. 

Spiritual Director, Rev. T. S. Hanrahan. Pres., William P. 
Espie. Treas., Lawrence Burns. Rec. Sec, Frank Norton. Fin. 
Sec, John Dunn. 

Meetings held at Institute Hall, West Fitchburg, every Monday. 

St. Bernard's T. A. Society. 

Organized April 27, 1883. 

Pres., Rev. D. F. Feehan. Rec Sec, James F. Pyne. Fin. Sec, 
John P. Gallagher. Treas., John R. Smith. 

Meets Wednesday evenings. Hall cor. Middle and Second streets. 

Aftonstjernan Lodge, No. 18, I. 0. G. T. 

C. T., O. Melin. Sec, John E. Olson. F. S., Hannah Westling. 
Treas., Elias Egenis. 

Meets every Sunday evening at 22 Laurel street. 

Henry A. Reynolds Lodge, No. 81, I. 0. G. T. 
C. T., H. W. Duncan. Sec, Anna J. Allen. Treas., Fred Bige- 
low. 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union. 

Pres., Mrs. William Winch. Sec, Mrs. Fred J. Proctor. Treas., 
Mrs. W. W. Hubbard. 

Meetings first Tuesday of each month, except July and August, at 
3 p. m., in Y. M. C. A. lecture room. 



CEMETERIES. 

Trustees of Public Burial Grounds — Joel Joel, John F. 
Bruce, I. G. Wilkins. 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. . 409 

Mount Laurel Cemetery. 
Entrances on Laurel and Franklin streets. Owned by the city. 

Forest Hill Cemetery. 
Located on Mt. Elam road. Owned by the city. 

St. Bernard's Cemetery. 
Located on St. Bernard street. Owned by St. Bernard's Parish. 



STAGE LINES. 

Ashburnham and Fitchburg Stage and Express, A. G. Whitney, 
proprietor. Winter, arrives in Fitchburg 10.30 a. m., departs at 2 
p. m. Summer, arrives at 9.30 a. m., departs at 3 p. m. Offices at 
Damon & Gould Co.'s and at M. N. Benjamin's, 364 Main street. 

Lunenburg and Fitchburg Stage, Alfred Billings, proprietor. 
Makes two trips each way daily, carrying the mails and passengers. 



FITCHBURG POST-OFFICE. 

Nos. 232 and 236 Main Street. 

Postmaster, Thomas H. Mann. 

Asst. Postmaster and Supt. Carriers, P. F. Gleason. 

General Inquiry Clerk, A. H. Harris. 

Supt. Out-going Mails, Frank H. Damon. 

Mailing and Distributing Clerks, W. C. Bennett, L. S. Lawrence. 

Stamping Clerk, John F. Byrne. 

Money Order Clerk. Mary P. Arnold. 

Registry Clerk, M. Isadore Mann 

Special Delivery Clerk, F. B. Wood. 

Letter Carriers — Albert S. Pierce, P. B. Purtill, Eugene Forest, 
F. J. Dwyer, Thomas F. McCaun. F. W. Abbott, Fred S. Moore, 
Ernest F. Schiagle, Fred E. Bruce, Charles F. Lamb, W. P. Cate, 
B. W. Dinneen, F. E. Raitt, E. J. Neilon, J. B. Sullivan. Sub- 
stitute Letter Carriers, A. M. Belliveau, W. E. Davis, W. H. Good- 
fellow. 

Office Hours. — This office is open from 7.30 a. m. to 8 p. m., ex- 
cept Sundays and holidays ; on Sundays from 12 m. to 12.30 p. m. 

Delivery Window open from 7.30 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 12 
m. to 12.30 p. m. 

The Carriers' Delivery Window is open from 7 to 8 p. m. Sun- 
days, 12 m. to 12.30 p. m. 

The Registered Letter Department is open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. 

The Money Order Department is open from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. 



410 FITCHBUEG DIRECTORY. 

Arrival and Departure of Wails 

at this office as follows : 

Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, close at 6.45, 8.15, 10.50 a. m., 
1, 3.45, 4, 7.45 p. in. Due at 7.15, 8, 8.55, 9.40 a. m., 1.45, 4.40, 
6.45 a. m., 7.55 p. m. 

Eastern New Hampshire, Maine and the Provinces, close at 6.45, 
8.15, 10.50 a. m., 1, 3.45, 4, 7.45 p. m. Due at 7.15, 8, 8.55, 9.40 
a. m., 1.45, 4.40, 6.45, 7.55 p. m. 

Worcester and Central Massachusetts, close at 7.30 a. m., 12.30, 
5.45, 7.45 p. m. Due at 7.15, 8, 9.40 a. m., 12.50, 4.40, 6.15 p. m. 

Connecticut, close at 7.30, 12.30, 5.45, 7.45 p. m. Due at 7.15, 
8, 9.40 a. m., 12.50, 2, 4.40 p. m. 

New York City, South and Foreign, close at 7.30, 8.15 a. ra., 
12.30, 1, 5.45, 7.45 p. m. Due at 7.15, 8 a. m., 12.50, 1.45,4.15, 
4.45 p. m. 

Springfield and Western Massachusetts, close at 7.30, 8.15 a. in., 
1, 5.45, 7.45 p. m. Due at 7.15.8 a. m., 12.50,1.45,4.40,6.15 p.m. 

Rhode Island, close at 7, 7.30, 8.15, 10.50 a. m., 12.30, 1, 3.45, 
5.45, 7.45 p. m. Due at 7.15, 8, 9.40 a. in., 12.50, 4.40, 6.15, 8 p. m. 

Keene, N. H., close at 9.10 a. m., 4 p. m. Due at 8.20, 11.15 
a. m., 4.10 p. m. 

Fitchburg Railroad, points East, close at 6.45 a. m., 1, 3.45, 
7.45 p. m. Due at 8.45, 9.40 a. m., 6.45 p. m. 

Fitchburg Railroad, points West, close at 8.15 a. m., 4 p. in. Due 
at 1.45, 8.30 p. m. 

Fitchburg Railroad, Cheshire Division, North, close at 9.10 a. m., 
4 p. m. Due at 11.15 a. in., 4.10 p. m. 

N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, local points East, close at 4.30 and 
7.45 p. m. Due at 9.15 a. m. 

Western States, close at 8.15 a. m., 12.30, 4, 5.45 and 7.45 p. m. 
Due at 7.15, 8 a. m., 12.50, 1.45, 4.40 and 8.30 p. m. 

Leominster, close at 7.30 a. m., 1.45, 4, 5.45 and 7.45 p. m. Due 
at 7.15, 9.15 a. m., 12.50 and 6.15 p. m. 

Marlboro, close at 7, 7.30 a. in., 1, 4.30 and 7.45 p. m. Due at 
7.15, 8.45, 9.15 a. m., 4.40 and 6.15 p. m. 

Clinton, close at 6.45 a. m., 2, 4.30, 5.45 and 7.45 p. m. Due at 
7.15, 8 and 9.15 a. m. and 12.50 p. m. 

Lunenburg, close at 9.45 a. m. and 5.10 p. in. Due at 8 a. m. 
and 3.50 p. m. 

Ashburnham, close at 8.15 and 9.10 a. m. and 1 and 4 p. m. Due 
at 8.20 and 11.15 a. in., 4.10 and 8.30 p. m. 

Gardner and Athol, close at 8.15 a. m., 1 and 4 p. m. Due at 
8.20 a. m., 1.45 and 8.30 p. m. 

Shirley Village, close at 6.45 a. in., 1, 3.45 and 7.45 p. m. Due 
at 8.45 and 9.40 a. m., and 6.50 p. m. 

Fitchburg Railroad, Greenville Branch, close at 6.45 a. m., 1, 3.45 
and 7.45 p. in. Due at 8.45 a. ra., 4.40 and 6.45 p. m. 



FITOHBURG DIRECTORY. 411 

SUNDAY MAILS. 

Boston, Worcester, New York City, Southern and Western States 
and all points East, arrive at 11.15 a. m., close at 5 p. iri. 

Letter carriers leave post-office on their delivery trips at about 
* 8.15 and 9.50 a. m., 2.15, * 5 p. m. 

Collections from street letter boxes as indicated on the boxes. 

Main street boxes collected eight times week days, and special 
Sunday collections at 3.20 p. m. 

* For business portion only. 



STREET RAILWAY. 

Fitchburg and Leominster Street Railway. 
Pres., H. A. Willis; Vice Pres., H. I. Wallace; Treas., Robert 
N. Wallis; Clerk, C. F. Baker ; Supt., W. W. Sargent; Directors, 
H. A. Willis, A. H. Lowe, C. F. Baker, H. I. Wallace, E. F. Bel- 
ding, G. W. Weymouth of Fitchburg, M. D. Haws of Leominster. 



WORCESTER COUNTY. 

Incorporated April 2, 1721. Shire Towns— Worcester and Fitchburg-. 

County Commissioners. 

Chairman, H. G. Taft, Uxbridge, term expires 1900 ; Emerson 
Stone, Spencer, term expires 1.901; George W. Cook, Barre, term 
expires 1899. Elected for a term of three years. 

Clerk, the Clerk of Courts, ex-offieio. 

Meet at the North Court House, Worcester, on the fourth Tues- 
day of March, third Tuesday of June, second Tuesday of September, 
and fourth Tuesday of December. 

Register of Deeds, Harvey B. Wilder, Worcester ; salary $3000. 
Term expires 1901. Elected by the people. 

Register of Deeds, Worcester Northern District, D. H. Merriam, 
Fitchburg; salary $1800. Term expires 1901. Elected by the 
people. 

County Treasurer, E. A. Brown, Worcester ; salary, $2200. Term 
expires 1901. 

Sheriff, Robert H. Chamberlain, Worcester. Elected for a term 
of three years. Term expires January, 1899. 

Special Sheriff, B. D. Dwinnell, Fitchburg. 

Deputy Sheriffs, J. M. Drennan, Worcester ; Charles Sibley (at 
court), Worcester; James Early, Worcester; David H. Hayter and 
Win. W. Scott (at court), Worcester ; W. Ansel Washburn (at jail), 
Worcester; Roswell L. Doane, Athol ; W. H. Richardson, Ashburn- 
ham; Sylvester Bothwell, Barre; John Nugent, Blackstone ; W. F. 
Tarbell, East Brookfleld ; John P. Ranger, North Brookfield ; Charles 
A. Bartlett, Clinton ; B. D. Dwinnell (at jail), Fitchburg ; J. J. 



412 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Sheehan, Fitchburg; H. G. Greene, Fitchburg; E. W. Merrick, 
Holden ; Henry A. Turner, Gardner; N. E. Metcalf, Leominster; 
Abbott A. Jenkins, Milford ; Henry C. Snell, Milford; Hamilton 
Boyd, Northbridge ; Francis D. Newton, Southboro ; Henry P Draper, 
Spencer; Franklin Jacobs, Southbridge ; C. W. Nichols, Tempi eton ; 
E. O. Bacon, Uxbridge ; Robert Callahan, Winchendon ; Maurice P. 
Clare, Webster ; Wra. Magner, Westboro ; Walter A. Putnam, 
Warren ; Emory A. Bacon, West Boylston. 

Jailers, at Fitchburg, Benjamin D. Dwinnell ; at Worcester, R. H. 
Chamberlain. Appoiuted by the Sheriff. 

Commissioners to qualify civil officers, at Fitchburg, Harrison 
Bailey, C. E. Ware. 

Public Administrators, James Green, Charles F. Aldrich, Wor- 
cester ; Daniel Messinger, Fitchburg. 

Medical Examiner, at Fitchburg, John D. Kielty. 

Notaries Public, at Fitchburg, C. F. Baker, C. A. Batchelder, 
Harrison Bailey, Charles H. Blood, Fred A. Currier, Festus C. Cur- 
rier, Charles S. Hayden, Stillman Haynes, Wylon G. Hayes, Henry 
J. Lacey, Charles A. Morgan, Amasa Norcross, Asa E. Stratton, 
James A. Stiles, Charles E. Ware, William M. Willis, Franklin Free- 
man, Alvah M. Levy. 

Justices of the Peace, Albert H. Andrews, Walter A. Atwood, C. 
A. Babbitt, B. G. Bagley, Clark A. Batchelder, Ebenezer Bailey, 
Louis D. Bartlett, Charles F. Baker, Harrison Bailey, Francis But- 
trick, C. H. Blood, J. F. Brown, Henry F. Coggshall, Walter A. Da- 
vis, William F. Demers, E. P. Downe, Benjamin D. Dwinnell, Fred- 
erick Fosdick, Franklin Freeman, Thomas F. Gallagher, S. L. 
Graves, Henry G. Greene, Walter Perley Hall, Charles S. Hayden, 
John Haynes, Stillman Haynes, William A. Hardy, Wylon G. 
Hayes, Henry Jackson, John E. Kellogg, Charles W. Kendall, John 
W. Kimball, S. C. Lawson, Asa S. Lawton, Robert Lawton, Alvah 
M. Levy, W. J. Lyons, Charles A. Morgan, James E. McConnell, 
Charles Mason, Daniel Messinger, James H. McMahon, Samuel W. 
Miller, Amasa Norcross, John W. Ogden, Boardman Parkhurst, 
Daniel B. Phelan, Edward P. Pierce, M. F. Plimpton, Henry O. 
Putnam, George Raymond, Herbert H. Robinson, W. L. Sargent, 
Leander Sprague, Harrington Sibley, James A. Stiles, A. E. Strat- 
ton, C. E. Tupper, N. C. Upham, David I. Walsh, Rodney Wallace, 
Charles E. Ware, Henry A. Willis, W'illiam M. Willis, Frank L. 
Woodward. 

COURTS. 

Court House in Fitchburg, located on Church, Elm and Hartwell 
streets. Charles H. W r hittemore, Janitor. 

Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. 
Chief Justice — Walbridge A. Field, Boston. Salary, 87,500. 
Associate Justices — Charles Allen, Boston; Oliver Wendell 



FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 413 

Holmes, Jr., Boston; M. P. Kiiowlton, Springfield; James M. Mor- 
ton, Fall River; John Lathrop, Boston; James M. Barker, Pitts- 
field. Salary, $7,000 each. 

Attorney-General — Hosea M. Kuowlton, New Bedford. Salary, 
85,000. 

Clerk of Courts — Theodore S. Johnson. Worcester. 

Terms of the Court for Worcester County — At Worces- 
ter, Jury Terms, second Tuesday in April; Law Term, third Mon- 
day after the second Tuesday in September. 

- Superior Court. 

Chief Justice — Albeit Mason, Brookline. Salary, $6,500. 

Associate Justices — Caleb Blodgett, Boston ; John W. Hammond, 
Cambridge ; Justin Dewey, Springfield ; Edgar J. Sherman, Law- 
rence ; James R. Dunbar, Brookline ; Robert R. Bishop, Newton ; 
Daniel W. Bond, Waltham ; Henry K. Braley, Fall River; John 
Hopkins, Millbury; Elisha B. Maynard, Springfield; Franklin G. 
Fessenden, Greenfield; Charles S. Lilley, Lowell; James B. Rich- 
ardson, Boston ; Henry N. Sheldon, Boston ; Francis A. Gaskill, 
Worcester ; John W. Hardy, Arlington ; Henry Ward well, Salem. 
Salary, 85,500 each. 

District Attorney — -Herbert Parker, Lancaster, Term expires 
January, 1899. 

Clerk of Courts — T. S. Johnson, Worcester ; elected by the people 
for a term of five years. Term expires January, 1902. 

Terms of the Court for Worcester County — For civil cases, 
at Fitchburg, the second Monday of June and November. At Wor- 
cester, the first Monday of March and the second Monday of De- 
cember. 

For criminal cases, at Fitchburg, the third Monday of August. 
At Worcester, the third Monday of January, the second Monday of 
May and the third Monday of October. 

RETURN DAYS FIRST MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH. 
A session of the Superior Court without juries will be held at 
Worcester on the Second Monday of each month except July, Au- 
gust and September. 

Court of Probate and Insolvency. 

Probate Ofliee at South Court House, Worcester. 

Judge— W illiam T. Forbes, Westboro. Appointed for life by the 
Governor. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency — George H. Harlow, Wor- 
cester; elected by the people for a term of five years. Term expires 
January, 1899. 

Assistant Register — Frederick H. Chamberlain; appointed by the 
Judge of Probate for a term of three vears. Term expires Jauuary, 
1900. 



414-424 FITCHBURG DIRECTORY. 

Terms — At Fitchburg, on the fourth Tuesday of every month, 
except August. At Worcester, on the first, second, third and fifth 
Tuesdays of every month, except August. Courts of Insolvency are 
held on the same days and at the same place as the Probate Court. 

Police Court of Fitchburg. 

Room in Police Station, 38 Elm Street. 

Standing Justice — Thomas F. Gallagher. 

Special Justices — Charles S. Hayden, Charles EI. Blood. 

Clerk — Wylon G. Hayes. 

Probation Officer — Martin S. Hall. 

Sessions for the trial of Criminal Cases are held daily at 9 a. m. 
Civil Terms, every Saturday, at 10 a. m., for entries, and Fridays for 
judgments and motions. Every Thursday at 10 a. m. for trials. 



STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Executive Department — Governor, Roger Wolcott of Boston ; 
salary, 88,000. 

Lieutenant-Governor — W. Murray Crane of Dalton ; salary $2,000. 

Secretary of the Commonwealth — William M. Olin of Boston; 
salary, $3,500. 

Treasurer and Receiver General — Edward P. Shaw of Newbury - 
port; salary, $5,000. 

Attorney General — Hosea M. Knowlton of New Bedford ; salary, 
$5,000. 

Auditor — John W. Kimball of Fitchburg ; salary, $3,500. 

Councillor, Seventh District — Allen L. Joslin of Oxford. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

President, William McKinleyof Ohio; salary, $50,000. 

Vice-President, Garrett A. Hobart of New Jersey; salary, $8,000. 

Secretary of State, John Sherman of Ohio; salary, $8,000. 

Secretary of the Treasury, Lyman J. Gage of Illinois ; salary, $8,000. 

Secretary of War, Russell A. Alger of Michigan ; salary, $8,000. 

Attorney-General, John W. Griggs, of New Jersey; salary, $8,000. 

Postmaster-General, James A. Gary of Maryland ; salary, $8,000. 

Secretary of the Navy, John D. Long of Massachusetts ; salary, 
$8,000. 

Secretary of the Interior, Cornelius N. Bliss of New York ; salary, 
$8,000. 

Secretary of Agriculture, James Wilson of Iowa ; salary, $8,000. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 425 



Organized 1832. « Capital, #250,000.00 

Re-organized 1865. Surplus, $150,000.00 

Fitchburg National Bank, 

OFFICE, 352 MAIN STREET. 



BRIGHAM N. BULLOCK, President. H. G. TOWNEND, Cashier. 

RODNEY WALLACE, Vice-President. H. A. DAMON, Teller. 

FRED A. YOUNG, Bookkeeper. JOHN B. FELLOWS, Clerk. 



DIRECTORS: 

RODNEY WALLACE, Fitchburg. ALVAH CROCKER, Fitchburg. 

HENRY F. COGGSHALL, " HERBERT I. WALLACE, 

CARMI M. PARKER, " GEORGE W. WEYMOUTH, 

ARTHUR H. LOWE, " DANIEL SIMONDS, 

JAMES L. CHAPMAN, " LEANDER SPRAGUE, 

CHARLES E. WARE, " GEORGE H. CROCKER, 

BRIGHAM N. BULLOCK, " FRED I. JOHNSON, 

Bank Hours, from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Saturdays, Close at 12 M, 

Discount, Mondays at 11. 30 A. M. 

Fitchburg Savings Bank, 

OFFICE; 352 MAIN STREET. 

Went into Operation June 3, 1846. 



CHARLES E. WARE, President. BRIGHAM N. BULLOCK, Treasurer. 

HENRY G. MORSE, Vice-President. ANDREW JEWETT, Assistant Treasurer. 

EBENEZER BAILEY, Clerk of Corporation. FREDERIC C. NICHOLS, Bookkeeper. 



TRUSTEES 



Rodney Wallace, Charles T. Crocker, Leander Sprague, Henry F. Coggshall, John W. 
Kimball, Carmi M. Parker, Charles E. Ware, Reuben R. Conn, Benjamin D. 
Dwinnell, Arthur H. Lowe, Henry G. Morse, Henry Allison, George R. Wal- 
lace, John H. Daniels, Brigham N. Bu'lock, Alfred R. Ordway, George W. 
Weymouth, Harrison Bailey, Charles Fosdick, David M. Dillon, 
Daniel Simonds, James Hanna, of Fitchburg ; John M. Lockey, 
William H. Chase, of Leominster ; Jas. A. Stiles, of Gardner. 

Dividends shall be reckoned only from the first day of January, April, July and 
October, on deposits made on or preceding those days. 

Dividends made January and July 1st, and put on interest as soon as declared. 

Office Hours, 9 A. M.to 3 P. M. Saturdays, Close at 12 M. 

29 



426 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Organized April 17, 1874. Surplus, $40,000.00. Capital, $200,000 co. 



Safety Fund National Bank, 

229 Main Street, - Safe Deposit Vaults, 

FITCHBURG, MASS. 



HENRY ALLISON, President. JOEL G. TYLER, Teller. 

E. A. ONTHANK, Cashier. S. H. LOWE, Bookkeeper. 

Miss FANNIE M. ALLISON, Stenographer. 



DIRECTORS : 

LYMAN PATCH, Fitchburg. E. M. DICKINSON, Fitchburg. 

FIENRY ALLISON, " R. R. CONN, 

J. F. D. GARFIELD, " ALBERT N. LOWE, 

CHARLES F. PUTNAM, " ARTHUR H. HALL, No. Leominster. 

H. A. GOODRICH, " GEORGE J. BURNS, Ayer. 

Bank Hours, 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Saturdays, Close at 12 M. 

Discount Day, Monday. 

Organized May 20, 1875. Capital, $250,000.00. Surplus, $200,000.00. 



Wachusett National Bank, 

FITCHBURG, MASS., 
CORNER MAIN AND DAY STREETS. 



GEORGE E. CLIFFORD, President. W. A. FAIRBANKS, Vice-President. 

W. G. COREY, Cashier. H. G. MORSE, Assistant Cashier. 

E. B. FARRAR, Teller. FRANK H. BROWN, Bookkeeper. 

GEORGE R. PEABODY, Messenger. IRVING H. DAVIS, Stenographer. 



DIRECTORS: 

H. A. HATCH, Fitchburg. L. H. GOODNOW, Fitchburg. 

GEORGE N. PROCTOR, " JOHN BURNEY, 

HARRINGTON SIBLEY, " GEORGE E. CLIFFORD, 

A. B. SHERMAN, " J. S- BRADLEY, Hudson. 

W. A. FAIRBANKS, " GEORGE F. MORSE, Leominster, 

Office Hours, 9 A. M.to 3 P. M. Saturdays, Close at 12 M. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 427 



Incorporated 1849. > Capital, #250,000.00 

Re-organized 1865. Surplus, #135,000.00 

Rollstone National Bank, 

J 3! Main Street, Safe Deposit Vaults. 

FITCHBURG, MASS. 

HENRY A. WILLIS, President. WILBUR B. TENNEY, Cashier. 

FRANK A. ROWLEY, feller. CHARLES W. SPINNEY, Bookkeeper. 

I RED. A. GOODSPEED, Messenger. AM ASA NORCROSS, Solicitor. 



DIRECTORS 



HENRY A. WILLIS, Fitchburg. EDGAR F. BELDING, Fitchburg. 



HENRY T. PAGE, 
GEORGE R. WALLACE, 
WALTER F. STILES, 
MYRON B. DAMON, 

M ANSON D. HAWS, No. Leominster. 



AMASA NORCROSS, 
LOUIS D. BARTLE1T, 
FREDERICK F. WOODWARD, 
ISAAC C. WRIGHT, 
CHARLES H. BROWN, 

Bank Hours, 8.45 A. M. to 3 P. M. Saturdays, Close at 12 M. 

Discount Day, Monday. 

Incorporated May 26, 1868. Organized June 13, 1868. 

Commenced Business July 6, 1868. Deposits Jan. i, 1898, $4,129,329.82. 



The Worcester North Sayings Institution 



FITCHBURG, MASS. 



AMASA NORCROSS, President. H. A. WILLIS, Treasurer. 

J. F. D. GARFIELD, Vice-President. A. C. BROWN, Asst. Treasurer. 

THOS. F. GALLAGHER, Clerk of the Corporation. W. W. HENRY, Bookkeeper. 

L. S. KING, Clerk. 



TRUSTEES 



E.N. Choate, L. D. Bartlett, E. F. Bailey, Henry A Goodrich, I. C. Wright, S. Haynes, 
A. B. Sherman, H. T. Page, F. B Rockwood, L. H. Goodnow, James Phillips, Jr., 
Asa S. Lawton, Walter A. Fairbanks, F. F. Woodward, Thos. F. Gallagher, 
John M. Sawtelle, M. B. Damon, Charles F. Kaker, Fredk. A. Currier, 
Fitchburg; Anson I). Fessenden, Townsend; Wa'ter O. Parker, 
Ashbumham; Chas. O. Green, Ashby; M. D. Haws, Leom- 
inster; William Mayo, Westminster. 
Dividends computed from the first day of January, April, July and October, respect- 
ively, on deposits made on or prior to those days. 

Dividends credited and put on interest as soon as declared. 
Semi-annual dividends are paid on the first day of January and July. 

Office Hours, from 8.45 A. M. to 3 P. M., except Saturdays, when the 
Bank Closes at 12 M. 



428 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Fidelity Co-operative Bank, 

FITCHBURG, MASS., 



Incorporated April 25, 1888. 



Authorized Capital, $1,000,000.00. 

Actual Capital, Jan. 1, 1898, $435,488.23. 

President, GEORGE E. CLIFFORD. 

Vice-President, H. G. MORSE, 

Secretary and Treasurer, W. G. HAYES. 



DIRECTORS : 

L. H. GOODNOW, H. F. ROCKWELL, H. M. FRANCIS, 

A. WELLINGTON, M. W. CUMM1NGS, F. F. FARRAR, 

W. C. JOHNSON, L. M. DAVIS, G. B. BARTLETT, 

L. C. ALBEE, GEORGE REED, A. N. SMITH, 

J. H. DANIELS, J. E. KELLOGG, A. A. WYMAN. 

Attorney, S. L. GRAVES, 229 Main St. 

Money Loaned on Real Estate. Shares $1.00 per month. New Series 

begins in March and September each year. 

Meeting Second Tuesday each Month. 234 MAIN ST., CROCKER BLOCK 

Fitchburg Co-operative Bank. 

Incorporated Oct. 27, 1877. Authorized Capital, $1,000,000. 

Actual Capital, Nov. 1, 1897, $748,449.05. 

Room No. 8 Rollstone Bank Block, 129 Main Street. 



President, JABEZ FISHER. 

Vice-President, HENRY L. RICE. 

Secretary, FREDERICK A. CURRIER. 

Treasurer, HARRISON BAILEY- 



DIRECTORS : 

HARRINGTON SIBLEY, MARTIN WEBBER, NATHANIEL VARNEY, 

J. I). LITTLEHALE, EBENEZER BAILEY, EDGAR S. MOULTON, 

DAVID M. DILLON, J. WARREN WHITE, GEORGE O. ALLEN, 

JOHN A. JOSLIN, JABEZ F. FISHER, WILLIAM A. EMERSON, 

JOEL JOEL, ROBERT LAWTON, MARTIN S. HALL. 

Money Loaned on Real Estate. Shares $1.00 per month ; New Series 
begins in May and November each year. 

0FFIPF Every business day from 12 M. to 2 P. M. 

Ur r l\JU Every Saturday from 6 P. M. to 8 P. M. 

Day before the monthly meeting from 12 M. to 8 P. M. 

Day of monthly meeting (Third Thursday) from 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. 



HOURS : 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



429 



Cash Capital, $100,000. 



Liability of Stockholders, $100,000 



Fitchburg Loan, Trust, and 
Safety Deposit Co. 

H. G. GREENE, President. A. A. HOWE, Sec'y and Treas. 

ROBERT B. YOUNG, Teller. 

DIRECTORS: 



JAMES BROWN, 


Fitchburg. 


C. E. HUDSON, 


Leominster 


H. G. GREENE, 


" 


H. L. PIERCE, 


" 


WM. A.HARDY, 


" 


GEO. B. WOOD, 


" 


A. A. HOWE, 


" 


R. J. PATTERSON, 


Clinton. 


GEORGE L. DAMON, 


Boston. 


L. D. APSLEY, 


Hudson. 


E. J. TORREY, 


" 


DAVID L. YOUNG, 


Orleans. 


CHAUNCEY D.PARKER, 


CHAS. E. BARNES, 


Maiden. 



A General Banking Business Transacted. Interest of 2 per cent, on daily balance in ex- 
cess of $500.00. 

Banking Hours, 8.45 A. M. to 3 P. M. Saturdays close at 12 M. Discount Day, Monday. 

SAFE DEPOSIT" AIMD STORAGE VAULTS, 

Price of Boxes, $3.00 per year and upwards. 

125 Main Street, : : Depot Square, 

FITCHBURG 

Mutual FirelnsuranceCompany 

372 MAIN STREET, 

(THE PH<ENIX 9 ) FITCHBURG, MASS. 



AMASA NORCROSS, President. 

H. G. MORSE, Vice-President and Treasurer. 

LINCOLN R. WELCH, Secretary. 



DIRECTORS 



AMASA NORCROSS, Fitchburg. 
RODNEY WALLACE, Fitchburg. 
WM. A. MACURDA, Watertown. 
HENRY G. MORSE. Fitchburg. 
F. F. WOODWARD, Fitchburg. 
LYMAN C. ALBEE, Fitchburg. 
E. P. DOWNE, Fitchburg. 



DANIEL SIMONDS, Fitchburg. 
S. R. MERRICK, Lancaster. 
S. W. A. STEVENS, Gardner. 

ORLANDO MASON, Winchendon. 
JOHN M. LOCKEY, Leominster. 
CHARLES E. GRANT, Worcestei 



430 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FITCHBURG 

Gas and Electric Ligli and Power 60. 

RODNEY WALLACE, Pres. H. F. COGGSHALL, Treas. and Gen. Man. 

DIRECTORS : 

RODNEY WALLACE, CHAS. T. CROCKER, H.I.WALLACE, CHAS. E. WARE, 
FRANCIS B. SHEPLEY, HENRY T. PAGE, GEO. E. CLIFFORD. 



COKE FOR SALE AT THE WORKS, 

PREPARED FOR FAMILY USE. 

GAS # STOVES, 

For Heating or Cooking, for Sale or to Rent at Net Cost. 
Office, 316 Main Street, Fitchburg, Mass, 

N. R. WEBSTER, 

Banker and Broker. 

R. R. STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD FOR CASH, 

on the N. Y. and Boston Exchanges. Stocks, Cotton, Grain, Provisions, car- 
ried on margin of from i to 5 per cent. Daily private telegraphic 
information on the market. Correspondent for Metro- 
politan Stock Exchange, Boston. 

155 Main St., Room 5, : Fitchburg, Mass. 

F. C. CURRIER & SON, 

Steamship Tickets. • Foreign Exchange. 

HOTA^Y PUBMC. 

129 Main Street, : Fitchburg, Mass. 



ADVEKTIS EMENTS. 481 

CHAS. T. CROCKER, President.- ADAMS CROCKER, Agt. and Treas. 



Fitchburg Manufacturing Co., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Jacquard and Novelty 

DRESS GOODS 

In Silk, Mohair $ Worsted. 



ABEGG & RUSCH, NEW YORK, . SELLING AGENTS. 



" Rockville Mill," Ashburnham St., West Fitchburg. 

Office, " New Rock Mill," 40 Oak Hill Road, cor. Cleghorn. 

Post Office, FITCHBURG, MASS. 

FITCHBURG DICK MILLS, 

COTTON DUCK. 



MRS. IIARRIETTE F. NEVINS, Prop'r. 

SAMUEL A. C LOUGH, Treasurer. 

THOMAS C. SHELDON, Agent. 



, Duck Mill Road, corner Bemis Street, South Fitchburg. 

OFFICE, 78 CHAUNCY STREET, 
BOSTON, MASS. 



432 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Parkhill Manufacturing Co., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

COTTON, WOOL WORSTED UNO SILK. 



Office, (1) 387 Main Street. 

ARTHUR H. LOWE, Treas. and Agt. JOHN PARKHILL, Pres. and Supt. 

DENNY, POOR & CO., Selling Agents, 

New York, Boston and Chicago. 

ORSWELL MILLS, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Fine Cotton Yarns. 



CHARLES T. CROCKER, President. W. F. STILES, Treasurer. 

RODNEY WALLACE, President. GEORGE P. GRANT, Jr., Treasurer. 



GRANT YARN CO., 

COMBED AJSLD CARDED 

COTTON YARNS and WARPS, 

40's and above. 

Cleghorn Street, : : Fitchburg, Mass. 

Fitchburg \A/orsted Co., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

FINE WORSTEDS, 

Coatings and Trouserings. 

JAMES PHILLIPS, JR., Pres., Boston. G. N. PROCTOR, Treas., Fitchburg. 

J. SHIRREFFS, Agent. 

Off 368 Water Street, : : SOUTH FITCHBURG. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 433 



CROCKER, BURBA NK& CO., 
Paper Manufacturers 

Extra Super and Velvet Finish Book, Feather Weight Deckel Edge, Writ- 
ings, Card, Coating Papers, Blotting and Manilla. 

Capacity 60 Tons Daily. Mills at West Fitehburg. 

OFFICE, 545 WESTMINSTER STREET, WEST FITCHBURG, MASS. 

POST OFFICE ADDRESS, FITCHBURG, MASS. 

RODNEY WALLACE, 

DEALER IN 

COTTON : WASTE. 

Office, Rooms 2 and 3, 387 Main St., Fitchburg. 

Fitchburg Paper Co., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Hanging, Book, Card and Coloring 




Office, Rooms 2 and 3, 387 Main St., Fitchburg. 

RODNEY WALLACE. H. I. WALLACE. G. R. WALLACE. 

FALULAH PAPER CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

HEAVY MANILLAS, 

— ALSO — 

Coalers of Box Boards, Band Stock, and Heavy Papers (or Liinoppii work. 

Office, (18) 229 Main St. Mill, Falulah Road, South Fitchbnrg. 

FITCHBURG, MASS. 



434 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CUMMINGS & REMINGTON, 

Successors to Cummings, Remington & Puffer, 

Wholesale Paper Dealers 

STATIONERS, BOOK BINDERS, 

Ruling and Blank Book Manufacturers, 
Paper Bags, Flour Saoks, Twines, Etc. 

-AND DEALERS IN — 

WOODEN WARE, 

BROOMS AND BRUSHES. 

356 Main Street, : : Fitchburg, Mass. 

E. N. CUMMINGS. H. E. REMINGTON. 

ESTABLISHED 1873. 

JOHN HARDY, 
Wholesale Dealer in Cotton and Wool Waste, 

SCRAP IRON,WROUGHTJ§CAST TURNINGS, 

OLD METALS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, RUBBERS, ETC. 

Office and Warehouses, 105 Water St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Post Office Box 732. Residence, 48 Boutelle St. 

JACOB BOROWSKY, 

DEALER IN 

Scrap Iron, mmais. Woolen Waste, 

AND PAPER STOCK. 

120 Boutelle Street, : : Fitchburg, Mass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



435 



E. DAVIS & SON, West Fitchburg, Mass. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Paper-m ill Bars and Bed -Plates, Rag-Cutter and Trimming Knives. 





ta^gf^ 






M 



Kli ! Hi!'. 



Planing, moulding and Veneer Knives, SftinglfTand Leatner Splitting Knives. 



V Knives Score 'Knives, Gouges, and every variety of Machine Knives 
made to pattern and warranted to give satisfaction. 



Steel Horse Collar Company, 





MANUFACTURERS OF 



STEEL NAMELESS HORSE COLLARS. 

A. THOMSON , 

20 Rollstone St. 

Office, 411 Main Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 



436 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



E. S. CROCKER, President. 



J. E. WORSE, General Supt 



E. CROCKER, Treas. and Manager. 



UNION MACHINE COMPANY, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Fourdrinier § Cylinder Paper Machines, 

RAG and JORDAN ENGINES, 

SCREEN PLATES AND GENERAL PAPER MACHINERY, 

1 24 Water Street, : : Fitchburg, Mass. 

Long Distance Telephone. 




ELMER E. HART, 



Belts Made Endless, XOD RollS, 

Built over and put on. 

Bolts Repaired. AN ° Belt 9 Strap 

Also Band Made Cots from English and American Leather, maker. 

LOW PRICES. SEND TRIAL ORDER. 

Rear I Main Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 



ADVERTIS EMENT8. 



487 



F. S. LOVELL MACHINE WORKS, 

Nos. 97 to 103 Boutelle St., FITCHBURG, MASS. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Flint's Patent Saw Mills, Plain Saw Mills, Automatic Saw Mills, Planers, 

Shingle Machines, Grist Mills, Board Edgers, Board Clippers, (Jut-Off 

Saw Machines, Saw (xummers, Matchers, and complete Mill Outfits. 



ALSO DEALERS IN 



Steam Engines, Water Wqeels, snarling. Gearing, and Secondhand machinery. 

DESCRIPTION AND PRICES ON APPLICATION. 




Miller no.5 

The Most Useful and Most Profitable Milling Machine 

ever put into any machine shop. To know about this 
tool is almost equivalent to owning one. Won't you 
give us an opportunity to post you up on 

Becker- 

Milling Machines? 

WRITE FOR CIRCULARS AND PRICES. 

John Becker Manufacturing Company, 

FITCHBURG, MA8S. 




FRED L. KUHN, Machinist, 

AND MANUFACTURER OF 

Stationary Steam Engines, 

FROM 2 TO 40 H. P. 

Builder of Special Machinery and dealer in all kinds of Lu- 
bricators, Injectors, Steam Fittings, Hangers, Shafting, and 
Pulleys of all sizes. 

Horizontal Tubular Steel Boilers, 10 to 150 H. P.; Upright 
do , 4 to 60 H. P.; Portable Boilers, 6 to 50 H. P. 

170 Lunenburg- St., (opp. Berry) FITCHBURG, MASS. 

Connected by Telephone. Send for our New Catalogue. 

CYRUS S. TOLMAN, 

— - MACHINIST, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Emery Grinding Machines m Counter Shafts, 

ALSO, DEALER IN EMERY WHEELS. 

Rear l_. H. Goodnovs/ Foundry Co., 

CROCKER STREET, : FITCMBURG, MASS. 



438 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



L. H.GoodnowFoundryCo 

CROCKER ST., FITC M BU RG, MASS. 




Fly Wheels, Pulleys, Castings Made in Green or Dry Sand. 

W. H. Blake Steam Pump Co., 

CROCKER STREET, : FITCHBURG, MASS 

Manufacturers of . . . 

STEAM PIMPING MACHINERY, 




BLAKE'S . . 
AUTOMATIC 

. VALVE . . 
. MOTION. 

Patented Aug. 2, 1892. 




VACUUM PUMP AND CONDENSER 



BOILER FEED OR PRESSURE PUMP 



City Directory Office 

389 mflirl STREET. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 4W) 



FITCHBURG 

IRON FOUNDRY, 

27 Main Street, Fitchburg. 



IRON CASTINGS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

Furnished to order and with dispatch. Orders respectfully solicited. 

HEYWOOD, WILSON & CO. 

H. SIBLEY. 

M. J. PERAULT, 

MANUFACTURER OF THE 

Best |ron Castings. 



FLY WHEELS, PULLEYS and WHEY CAPS 

+ + A SPECIALTY. + + 

All Orders Promptly Filled, and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 

!§ 

115 WATER STREET, FITCHBURG. 



440 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Simoxids Rolling-Machine Co, 
ANTI-FRICTION BALLS 



. . . AND . . . 



STEEL FORGINGS, 

BY THE SIMONDS PATENT PROCESS. 
24 Willow Street, : : Fitchburg, Mass. 

Burleigh Rock Drill Co., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



ROCK DRILLING MACHINES, 

Air Compressors f Other Machinery, 

129 mmn street, - fitchburg, mkss. 

C. R. BURLEIGH, Treas. 

BOSTON SCREW CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Iron Wood-Screws, 

FLAT, ROUND and FANCY HEADS, BLUED and BRIGHT, 

OF" THE FIRST QUALITY. 

527 Main Street, : ; Fitchburg, Mass. 

FiTCHBUBG STEEL BRLL CO. 




g. w weymouth, ^ BY THE FITCHBURG HAMMER PROCESS. 

PREST. AND GEN. MGR. 

C. T. CROCKER, vice-prest. 
H- M. PUTNAM, sec. & treas. 
W. A. NELSON, supt. 
J. B. F. GAY, sales agent. 



211 Lunenburg St., Fitchburg, Mass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 441 



ESTABLISHED 1842. 



E. M. DICKINSON & CO., 
Shoe Manufacturers, 

MAIN, COR. NORTH ST., FITCHBURG, MASS. 

BOSTON OFFICE, : 83 BEDFORD ST. 

E. F. BELDING & CO., 

22 North and 41 Cherry St., : FITCHBURG, MASS. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Misses,' Youths' and Children's 

BOOTS and SHOES. 

BOSTON OFFICE. 105 BEDFORD ST. 

Sole Leather Tip Co., 

THE OLDEST MANUFACTURERS OF 

Sole Leather Tips. 

The only parties who Curry and Finish their own leather. 
Boston Office, 83 Bedford St. 

64 MAIN ST., : FITCHBURG, MASS. 

FITCHBURG FILE WORKS, 

Hand - Cut Files, 

76 and 78 LUNENBURG ST., 
Fitchburg, Mass., U. S. A. 

3° 



442 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



H. B. ADAMS, 

VARIETY WOOD TURNER, 



MANUFACTURER TO ORDER OF 



Turned and Enamelled Wood Goods. 

Rear 126 Water St., : : : FJTCHBURG, MASS. 

i 

SEND SAMPLES FOR ESTIMATES. 

Novelty Turning Co., J 

EVERY VARIETY OF 

WOOD TURNINGS 

AND ENAMELLED WOOD GOODS. 

City Lumber lard, 31 North St., : FITCHBUBG, MASS. 

Correspondence solicited. Orders promptly rilled. 

L.. BROWN, 

Wood Turner. 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Variety Wood Turning", Organ and Piano Work, Toys, and 
Enamelled Wood Goods of Every Description to Order. 

City Steam Mills, 31 North St., : FITCHBURG, MASS. 

CHARLES W. WILDER, 

Variety Wood Turner, 



AND MANUFACTURER OF 



• WILDER S PATENT LATHE. • 
Bear 126 Water SI reet, : : : FITCHBURG, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



443 



J. T. S MITH, 

MANUFACTURER OF 






m CLOTHES DRYERS m 

Of all kinds Floor and Wall ; GLOVE STRETCHERS, Towel Racks, Hat Racks, Fancy Top 
Tables, Camp Stools, etc-. Band Sawing and Planing done to order 

Works, Rear 126 W ater St. Residence, 29 Pine St. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Patterns and models. 

LIGHT WOOD JOBBING 

AND 

Jig Sawing, 

DONE TO ORDER. 

21 Main St., oyer Fitchburg Machine Works, Fitchburg, Mass. 

H. P. TYRRELL, 

Machinist! Model Maker. 

Small Tools and Fixtures of every description made to order. 

LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED and REPAIRED. 
459 Main Street, Rear ti. M. Parks. Fitchburg;, Mass. 



ALBERT A. COCHRAN. 



"WALTER H. LOCKWOOD. 



COCHRAN & LOCKWOOD, 

PATTERN • MODEL MAKERS, 

and General Light Wood Jobbing. 

ALL WORK PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES REASONABLE. 



Sfiop at L. H. Goodnow's Foundry, Crocker St., 



FiTCPuG, mess. 



444 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CHARLES E. WARE, 
COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 

Notary Public, and Commissioner to Qualify Civil Officers, 

10 and 11 Savings Bank Block, 352 Main St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

NORCROSS & BAKER, 

Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, 

Office, 140 Main Street, . FITCHBURG, MASS. 

AMASA NORCROSS. CHARLES F. BAKER. 

HARRISON BAILEY, 

COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 

Commissioner to Qualify Civil Officers, and Notary Public. 

9 Savings Bank Block, 352 Main St., FITCHBURG, MASS. 

C. A. BATCHELDER, 

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

Notary Public, and Commissioner to Qualify Civil Officers. 

(6) 129 Main St., Rollstone Bank Block, Fitchburg, Mass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 445 



STILLMAN HAYNES. ALVAH M. LEVY. 

HAYNES & LEVY, 

Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, 

Notaries Public and Justices of the Peace. 

Office, Room 7, Rollstone Bank Block, 129 Main St., Fitchburg. 

S. W. MILLER, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 

Room 15, 229 Main Street, - Fitchburg, Mass. 

S. C. LAWSON, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 

191 Main Street, - - Fitchburg, Mass. 

Rooms 3 and 4. 

TUPPER & LANE, 

(CLARENCE E. TUPPER) 

Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, 

Room 3, 129 Main Street, - Fitchburg, Mass. 

Room 3, 129 Main St., Fitchburg. 

Room 11 Kendall's Block, Mechanic St., Leominster. 

Town Hall Block, Winchendon. 



446 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JAMES H. McMAHON, 

COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 

3 and 4 Park Building, 
117 MAIN ST., . . FITCHBURG, MASS. 

DANIEL B. PHELAN, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 

Room 1, 186 Main Street, . FITCHBURG, MASS. 

WALTER PERLEY HALL. FRANKLIN FREEMAN. 

HALL & FREEMAN, 

COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

145 Main Street, FITCHBURG, MASS. 

12 Main Street, LEOMINSTER, MASS. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 

DAVID I. WALSH, | 

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

JUSTICE OF PEACE. 

Rooms 6 and 7 Park Bldg., 117 Main St., Fitchburg, Mass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 447 



ALPHONSO MARSH, 

Real Estate Office, 

Room 5, 14-0 Main Street. 

OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS. 

I have for sale SSO different Pieces of Real Estate, representing 
$2,000,000, for you to select from. 

GEORGE RAYMOND, 

CIVIL ENGINEER. 

ESTIMATES, PLANS AND SURVEYS MADE, 

For Water Works, Railroads, Dams of Timber, Masonry or Earth. Surveys for Roads, 
Building Lots, Foundations, etc. Correspondence solicited. 

RAYMOND & EATON, Dealers in Florida Real Estate. 
387 Main Street, Room 10, Fitchburg, Mass. 

K. E. TAYLOR, 
CIVIL fMECHANICAL ENGINEER. 

SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO STEAM ENGINEERING. 

Room 5, Park Building, j FITCHBURG, MASS. 

117 Main Street,) Residence, 89 Summer St. 

Office Hours : Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 7 to 9 p. m. 

WM. K. BAILEY, 

Civil : Engineer, 

Room 35 Park Building-, 117 Main Street, 

Opp. American House, FITCHBURG, MASS. 



448 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



N. C. URHAM, 

Real Estate Broker anil jhictiM. 

Agency for Remington Typewriter. 

Proprietor Fitchburg Storage Company. 

145 Main St., Room 41, : Fitchburg, Mass. 

ROBERT LAWTON, 

REAL ESTATE i INSURANCE, 

Room 24, 145 Main St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

FARMS, HOUSES and BUILDING LOTS 

For Sale and Exchange. Property cared for. 

F. M. SANDERSON, 

Deal Estate Hgenf and Commission Broker. 

Agent for the Purchase and Sale of Real Estate, 
and Negotiator of Loans. 

Tenements Rented and Rents Collected. Estates cared tor. Sales of Real Estate at Public 
Auction. SPECIAL COLLECTION DEPARTMENT.— Prompt attention given to 
Mercantile Collections of all kinds. 

Room 1, 140 Main Street, ^dence. ■*> M yrt.e Ave. FITCHBURG, MASS. 

S. EDGAR WHITAKER, 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING and CONSTRUCTION 

♦ ♦ 

Designing of Isolated Plants, Consultation, Examina- 
tion, Efficiency Tests and Reconstruction, a specialty. 

♦ ♦ 

House Wiring, Dynamo and Motor Repairs, Lamps, Fixtures, 
and Electrical Supplies. 

58 Oliver St. Telephone 63 2. 129 Main St. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



449 



WILLIAM BAKER & SON, 

FIRE INSURANCE, 

140 Main St., FITCHBURG, MASS. 

REPRESENTING 
HOME, of New York. CAMBRIDGE Mutual, of Cambridge. 

HANOVER, of New York. FITCHBURG Mutual, of Fitchburg. 

WORCESTER Mutual, of Worcester. LOWELL Mutual, of Lowell. 
MERCHANTS& FARMERS Mutual, QUINCY Mutual, of Quincy. 

of Worcester. DORCHESTER Mutual, of Boston. 

WM. H. BAKER. 



J. B. SHANNON, 

INSURANCE! 



104 Main St., Fitchburg, Mass 



l62MairiSt.fiTeflffi 



450 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



"TALK WITH HAMILTON." 

HE WANTS TO TELL YOU OF 

The Best Insurance in the World. — 

NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

OR VERMONT. 

Charles o. Hamilton, Special Agent for Worcester Bounty. 

234 Main St., FITCHBURG, MASS. 

Currier& Blanchard, 

INSURANCE, 

Room 1, Rollstone Bank Block, 129 Main St., 

Fitchburg, Mass. 



F. A. CURRIER. 

J. M. BLANCHARD. 



H. A. HATCH, j 

GENERAL AGENCY FOR 

LIFE, FIRE and BENT PPCE. 



ALSO, AGENT FOR 

United States Casualty Co. of New York, and Fidelity and Deposit Go. of Baltimore. 

204 MAIN STREET, FITCHBURG, MASS. 

City Directory Office 

389 MAIN STREET. 



Directories of the Principal Cities on File, 

FOR THE USE OF THE PUBLIC, FREE OF CHARGE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 451 



James and T. K. Ross, 

Successors to Drs. Parker & Ross., 



4» DENTISTS, ^ 



166 Main St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

HOLGATE'S BLOCK. 



Geo. T. Greenwood, D. M. D., 

* Dentists 

Office Hours : OLD POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

9 to 12 -- 2 to 5. 294 Main St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

N. C. RUBLEE & CO., 

(Successor to and late Manager for John W. Sanborn & Co.,) 

Opticians, 

\% Main St., opp. Prichard, : Fitchburg, Mass. 

Blanchaed & Brown, 

PRINTERS 

25 Water St., (Opp. Railroad Station,) Fitchburg. 



452 ADVEKTISEMENTS. 



H. T. ESTABROOK, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Books 9 Stationery, Blank Books 



TYPEWRITERS and OFFICE SUPPLIES. 

WRAPPING PAPERS, PAPER BAGS and TWINE, 

ARTISTS' MATERIALS, PICTURES and FRAMES 

Y. M. C. A. Bldg., 256 Main St., Fitchbarg, Mass. 

ESTABLISHED 1884. 



Fitchburg Rubber Stamp Works 

F. E. BOWKER & CO., Proprietors. 

Rubber Stamps, Stencils, Steel Stamps, 

Steel Dies, Burning Brands, Seal Presses, Inks, Pads, Etc. 
244 MAIN STREET, : : : FITCHBURG, MASS. 

J. E. THOMPSON, 

STATIONER 

and Blank Book Manufacturer. 

Special attention given to the manufacture of ACCOUNT BOOKS on orders, and 
perfect satisfaction guaranteed. 

American House Block, : Fitchbarg, Mass* 

... Ara JOHN OLSON, 

A* "7TV^*\ —DEALER IN — 

\ Swedish Books 9 Stationery. 

— ALSO,— 

Steamship Ticket Agency. 

CIGARS, TOBACCO, and POOL ROOM. 

SWEDISH SNUFF. 

MAIN STREET, : FITCHBURG, M&SS. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 



4f,8 




JOHN GILLESPIE, 
Music Publisher 

AND DEALER IN 

HIGH GRADE PIANOS, 

Musical Instruments of all kinds, 
the best Strings, Sewing Ma- 
chines and Typewriters. 
Pianos, Organs and Sewing Machines to 
rent. Piano and Organ Tuning. WATCH 
and CLOCK Repairing by C. M. Smith. 

104 Main Street, opposite Depot, 
FITCHBURG, MASS. 




^J. F. CHAFFIIM, 

DEALER IN 

Pianos and Organs, 

Stools, Covers, Sheet Music, Studies and 
Musical Goods of all kinds. 

BRASS BAND INSTRUMENTS. 

Pianos and Organs to Rent, Tuned and Re- 
paired. A great variety of second-hand In. 
-truments always on hand. Needles, Oil and 
Sewing Machine Supplies. 

157 Main Street, FITCHBURG, MASS. 



NOTICE 

WISSNER AND piAMAQ 

LECKERLING r IMIl VO 

Music and Musical Merchandise. 

Violin and Cornet Studio. 

C. A. WHITCOMB, . . . Teacher of Violin. 
TAFLEY MAUCH, . . Teacher of Cornet. 

Room 17, Park Building', 117 Main St., FITCHBURG, MASS. 

Fitchburg Military Band 

. . . AND . . . 

RUSSELL ORCHESTRA. 



MUSIC • FURNISHED • FOR • HLL • OCCASIONS. 

We have one of the finest repertoires, which has been accumulating for years. 

ARTHUR GEOFFRION, Agent. G. A. PATZ, Leader and Conductor. 

Park Building, 117 Main Street. 



454 ADVEETISEMENTS. 



J. C. MOULTON, 
• ••PHOTOGRAPHS... 

368 Main Street, - - Fitchburg, Mass. 

Life-size Crayon Work a specialty. All sizes of Photographs, from 
Locket to Life-size. 368 Main street is where you get the Best Work. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 

MISS ALICE L. MOULTON, 

* * China Decorator, * * 

9 Atlantic Avenue, . . Fitchburg, Mass. 

ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY. 

SNOW & McDERMOTT, 

Artistic + Photographers, 

Are Making First-Class Photographs in All Styles and Sizes. 

Crayons, Water Colors. Pastel, Dull-Finish, Mat-Surface, Bas-Relief and Enamelled Cabinet 

Portraits, are Our Specialties at Popular Prices. 
Duplicates of Photographs may be had at any time. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Picture Frames, Easels, Mats, Glass, etc. 

197 1-2 Main St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

FRANK H. MOORE, 

Druggist, 

155 Lunenburg St., : Fitchburg, Mass. 




A DV ERTISEM ENTS. 4 5 5 



H. A. ESTABROOK, 

MANUFACTURING 

Apothecary and Druggist, 

1 96 Main Street 9 cor. Prichard, Fitchburg. 

H. G. GREENE, 

DRUGGIST, 



Under American House, Fitchburg . 

H. F. ROCKWELL, 

APOTHECARY, 

ALSO, DEALER IN ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 
401 Main Street, cor. Rollstone, Fitchburg, Mass. 

A. H. BURGESS, 

DRUGS, MEDICINES, 

Trusses, Supporters, 

Elastic Stockings, 

Artists' Materials, Etc. 

248 Main Street, cor. Oliver, : Fitchburg, Mass. 







456 ADVEKTISEMENTS. 



W. E. PUTNEY, S. J. MARKHAM, F. H. FENWICK, 

President. Secretary. Business Mgr. and Treas. 



TheTHORN medicineco. 

•• manufacturing Chemists, •• 

RIXCMBURG, MASS. 

Sole Proprietors of Thorn's Popular Remedies. 

CAREY'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS. 

Office and Laboratory, 25 Westminster St., West Fitchburg. 

E. A. SAWYER, 

DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, 

Trusses and Supporters, 
Fine Pocket Cutlery a Specialty. 

365 Main Street, Under Fitchburg Hotel, FITCHBURG, MASS. 

HENRY F. BOUTWELL, 

189 Main Street, : Fitchburg, Mass. 




I)E\LER IJs 



DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS, 

Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fine Soaps, Brushes, Perfumery, Patent Med- 
icines, Alcohol, Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal purposes. 

Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all hours. 

HARVEY S. PAGE. JOSEPH C. OUELLET. 

HARVEY S. PAGE & CO., 

DRUGGISTS, 

425 Main St., opp. Upper Common, Fitchburg. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 457 

A. W. FAIRBANKS, 



PHAHmACiST 



28 Main St., cor.. Willow, Fitchburg, Mass. 

DAY : STREET : DRUG : STORE. 



CHARLES A. FOURNIER, Manager. 



DRUGGISTS, 

25 Day Street, Fitchburg , Mass. 

Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded. Jtj£^-A full line of Drugs and Rubber 
Goods constantly on hand. 

D. CHAS. O'CONNOR. M. R. LYONS. 

• The White Drug Store.?- 

D. CHAS. O'CONNOR & CO, 

PHARMACISTS, 

243 Main Street, : : : Fitchburg, Mass. 

W. D. JOHNSON. W. F. JASEPH. 

W. D.JOHNSON & CO., 

Green Street Pharmacy, 

78 Green Street, cor. North, 

PROPRIETORS OF 
Johnson's Kidney Pills. 

Bronchial Troches. FITCHBTJRG, 

" Headache Powders. 
" Comp. Ext. of Red Clover. 
Dr. Burnell's Balsam of Horehound, Tar -mm- 4 q c» 

and Wild Cherry. Af±JL&&. 

31 



458 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

F.I.NICHOLS. ESTABLISHED I860. W.A.FROST. 

Nichols* Frost, 

DRY GOODS, 

^ GARMENTS^ 

Millinery and Dressmaking. 

150 to 156 Main St., FITCHBURG, Mass. 

Chamberlain, Huntress Co. 



DEALERS IN .. 



Dry and Fancy Goods, 

CLOAKS, CARPETS, ETC. 

141 to 147 Wain Street, : Fitchburg, Mass. 

CU DOTF"N 226 Main St., 
'■ *-*Vy I t—IM, FITCHBURG, MASS. 






Y DRY 




AGENT ROR. 

LEWANDO'S FRENCH DYE HOUSE OF BOSTON. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 459 



SAMPLE, BROlSSEAl & CO., 



RETAILERS AND JOBBERS OF 



DRV GOODS, 

CLtOAKS an d JJOTIOJNlS. 

127 Main Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 

BRANCH STORE, 47 DANIELS STREET. 

DANIEL HARLEY, 

WHOLESALE and RETAIL 

FOREIGN and 
DOMESTIC 

Millinery and Kitchen Ware. 

210 and 212 Main Street, : Fitchburg, Mass. 



DRY GOODS, 



WM. H. G-XETirill, 



DEALER IN 



Dry Goods, Small Wares, 

>AAND NOTIONS.V 

164 Main Street, : : Fitchburg, Mass. 

MRS. M. A. GREENWOOD.J^T 

.... FUR SKINS. 

Fat? I Plush Worker. 

Old and New Material Made into the Latest Styles. Large Line of Furs 
for Trimming, Making and Repairing of Garments. 

72 GROVE STREET, FITCHBURG, MASS. 



460 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PERSONAL BEAUTY ^ <* 



IS ENHANCED BY A 



S TVLI SH HAT! 

We have a large number of Stylish Trimmed Hats, at Low Prices. A 
Happy Thought Hat Fastener given free with every Trimmed Hat. 

Miss S. "V. CrlR^RD, ! 

197 Main Street, Fitchburg. 

Chapeaux! . . . Chapeaux! 

YOl WILL FIND THE I ^T £ C T 

IN MILLINERY GOODS THIS SEASON, 

AT 

MMEI. A. GEOFFRION'S, 

215 Main Street, : : Fitchburg , Mass. 

MISS K. J. MANEY, 



DRESS* CLO AK MAKER, 

176 MAIN STREET, FITCHBURG, MASS. 



DEALER 
IN 



MAX. KULWINSKI, 

• • • Clothing and Dress Goods. 

ALSO, READY-MADE SKIRTS, 
And same made to order by a practical dressmaker. 

183 Fairmount St., Clegriorn District, FITCHBURG, MASS. 



AD VERTISEM ENTS. 461 



HENRY A. GOODRICH. WILLARI) L. HUMES. 

The Largest and Best Equipped 

CLOTHING HOUSE 

IN NORTHERN MASSACHUSETTS. 

H. A. GOODRICH & CO., ... Proprietors. 

149 and 151 Main Street, FITCHBURG, MASS. 

LITCHFIELD & STEBBINS, 

Clothing, Furnishing Goods, 

HUTS, C0PS, THIIHKS, ROBES, UMELLH8 ai)d RUBBER CLOTHING. 

120 Haiti St., Under American House, FUchbUVg , MaSS. 

FRANK C. ALLEN. FRANK G. LESURE. 

ALLEN & LESURE, 
Clothiers, • Hatters, 

GENTS' FURNISHINGS, ROBES, TRUNKS, ETC. 
146 MAIN ST. : : FITCHBURG. 

FASHIONABLE : TAILOR. 

I have constantly on hand all the Latest Novelties in WORSTEDS, CASSIMERES and FINE 
SUITINGS. Also, a full line of WORSTEDS FOR DRESS SUITS. 

EVERY GARMENT WARRANTED "TO FIX. 

FANCY PANTINGS AND SPRING OVERCOATS A SPECIALTY. 

205 Main Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 



462 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE LEADERS OF TODAY 



Boston One-Price Clothing Go. 

190 Main Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 



CLOTHIERS, HATTERS and FURNISHERS. 

D. W. TEEHAN. D. A. BOYLE. 

If there Is Anything New 

— IN — 

GENTS' FURNISHINGS, 



na/e: hav 



TEEHAN & BOYLE, Hatters, Fur nishersi Clothiers, 

104 Main Street, : FITCHBURG, MASS, 



PalaceSteam baundryCo. 



BATES BROTHERS, Proprietors. 

ALBEE STREET, NEAR CLEVELAND STREET. 
First- Class Work Our Motto. 

ALL WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE. 

Goods left at the following agencies will receive our prompt attention 
every day : Allen & Lesure, Albee, Lyons & Co., Lovering, Elliott & Co., 



1 -JO Teehan & Boyle, D. W. Hilton, J. W. Barnes; and at West Fitchburg, C. 




re 




h 



W. Hayes. 



Banner Steam Laundry, 

REAR 109 MYRTLE AVE., FITCHBURG, MASS. 

JOHN K. STEWART, Prop'r. 

Goods Called for and Delivered free of Charge. 

All Work done First-Class and Guaranteed. 

We will call for all Goods left at the following agencies: C. T. Harding, 2 Main St.; A. 
('. Tuttle, 359 Main St.; Conway Bros., 318 Main St.; C. W. Hill, 499 Main St.; Ricker Bros., 
50 Laurel St.; .John J. Flynn, 47 Elm St.; W. A. Garno, 137 Lunenburg St. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



463 



A. JL. BUXTOH. 



DEALER IN 



PAPER HBNGIKGS. BORDERS. 

AND DECORATIONS, 

Window Shades, Rollers, Picture 
Frames and Mouldings. 

FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. 
Awnings for Stores and Private Residences. 

3-7 grove: st. 



PKOPHIETOK OF THE 

FITCHBURG 

STEAM LAUNDRY 

AND 

Steani Carpet Cleaning Works. 

Goods called for and delivered promptly. 

Laundry, 37 Grove St. Office 209 Main St, 




THE OLD WAY. 



FITCHBURG 

STEP CARPET CLEANING 

WORKS. 

Carpets Cleaned and Laid. Carpets, Feather 
Beds and Mattress Work our specialty. 

Work done promptly and satisfactorily. 
Our customers are our references. 

P. A . NOURSE, 

PROPRIETOR. 

OFF PUTNAM STREET, 

Rear Jennison Plumbing Co.'s. 

TELEPHONE 4-3. 



Fitchburg Mattress Mfg. Co. 

<3EO. L_. SIN/IILEY, Proprietor. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

ALL KINDS OF MATTRESSES 1 BEDDING. 



ALSO 



Carpet Cleaning and Feather Renovating. 

60 INTERVALE, - - SOUTH FITCHBURG, MASS. 

Nathan & Remington, 

DEALERS IN 

Bicycles, Spoiling Goods aim mniiHM. 

•; AGENTS ROR j 

Lovell Diamond Cycles. 



82 Main Street, 



Fitchburg, Mass, 



464 ADVEETISEMENTS. 




WEBBER&HHYWPRD, 

. . RELIABLE . . 

House Furnishers, 

Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Ranges. 

Upholstering and Repairing a specialty. Agts. 
Magee Grand Range and Derby Roll Top Desks. 

331 to 335 Main St., Fitcbtmrg, Mass. 

Six doors below City Hall. 



Ferdinand Furniture Co., 

Successors to FERDINAND & AUSTIN, 

Liberal House Furnishers 



FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES, RANGES, CLOCKS, LAMPS, 

AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS. 

219 and 221 Main Street, : Fitchburg, Mass. 

UPHOLSTERY AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. 

Philbrook House Furnishing Co. 

HOMER D. PHILBROOK, Proprietor. 

— DEALERS IN — 

FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES, RANGES, 

Crockery, Lamps, Bedding, Sewing Machines, and a complete line of 
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 

222 MKIN STREET, - FITCHBURG, MHSS, 

CASH OR SPECIAL TERMS OF CREDIT. 

S. H. UPHAM, 

General House Furnishings, 

NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, 

Stoves and Stovewarc, Mattressesand Beds. 
Stove surid Furniture Repairing. 

20 Day Street, FITCHBURG. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 465 



- BROWNELL & MASON, 

PLUMBINGand HEATING. 

Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces, Tin, Sheet linn and Capper Ware, 

Pumps, Sinks, Lead Pipe, etc. Being practical workmen we give our personal attention to 
all kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Plumbing work. Repairing old and set- 
ting new Hot- Air Furnaces a specialty. 

159 Main Street, Telephone connection. Fitchburg 9 Mass. 

IvYMJ^n PATCH, 

WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALER IN 

Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces 

Old Metals, Paper Stock, Rubber, Etc. 

SOLE AGENT FOR THE 

CELEBRATED GLENWOOD STOVES and RANGES. 
390 Main Street, Fitchhurg, Mass. 

P. J. HART. D. E. SHEA. 

HART & SHEA, 

Plumbing, Steam # Gas Fitting, 

HOT WATER HEATING. 
353 Main Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 

G. B. KNOWLTOIM, 

PLUMBING, 

TIN, SHEET IRON and COPPER WORK. 

Ranges, Stoves, Hardware and Cutlery. 

AGATE IRON WARE, CLOTHES WRINGERS, ETC. 
I 3 Main Street, Telephone 161-2. Fitchburg, Mass. 



466 ADVEETISEMENTS. 



DAMON & GOULD CO., 

JOBBERS AND RETAILERS IN 

HARDWARE, 

And Manufacturers' Supplies. 

LIME and CEMENT, IRON and STEEL, PAINTS and OILS. 
133 and 135 Main St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

LAWRENCE SONS & CO., 

Hardware, Iron, Steel, 

CARRIAGE WOODWORK, 

Paints, Oils and Mill Supplies. ■ 

40 MAIN STREET, EITCHBURG, MASS. 

JAMES H. MACK, 

PLUMBER. 

CONTRACTOR ROR 

Warming, Plumbing, Lighting and Venti- 
lating all classes of Buildings. 

Rear 36 Day St., : : Fitchburg, Mass, 

FITCHBURG ENAMEL WORKS, 

Enamelling | Japanning 

ON WOOD AND METAL. 

CHARLES ALLEN, Proprietor, 

Rear 26 East Street, : : Fitchburg, Mass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 4f)7 



E. N. CUMMINGS. GEO. F. 8HEDD. 

CUMMINGS & SHEDD, 

WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS IN 

HARDWARE, 

Paints, Oils, Glass, Lime, Hair and cement. 

GUNS and FISHING TACKLE. 

BUILDERS'® MILL SUPPLIES. 



CUMMINGS & SHEDD, 

350 Main St., Savings Bank Block, Fitchburg, Mass, 



.jilfflrtiiyiiii 

•COAL DEALER! 



I mi 1 1 DID 




^ Whitney Coal Co. 

Ilil] THOMAS E. KIELTY, Manager. 

DEALERS IN 

Wood I Coal. 

OFFICE and YARD, 

JHl Rear 64 Circle St., Fitchburg, Mass. 



W. F. HARDING, 



DEALER IN 



Wood a nd Coal 

Office and Yard, 32 Willow St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

TELEPHONE 351-2. 



468 ADVERTISEMENTS. 




JAMES HANNA, 

— DEALER IN — 

Coal, Wood, Charcoal, 

AND BUNDLE WOOD. 

Office, 9 ROLLSTONE STREET. 

Yards, Barton St., near R. R., Fitchburg. 
CITY SCKLES. 

J. H. HOLLAND, 

Coal and Wood Dealer. 

JOBBING of all kinds done promptly and satisfactorily. 

All kinds of Hard and Soft Wood Sawed, Split and Delivered at short notice. 

Yard, 446 Water St. Residence, 462 Water St. 
Opposite Jail, SOUTH FITCHBURG, MASS. 



Telephone Call 143-2. 



LOVELAND & FISH, 

-DEALERS IN — 

WOOD and COAL 



OFFICE and YARD 



37 North Street, : Fitchburg, Mass 

Telephone 137-3. 

M. KIVLON, 



DEALER IN 

FRANKLIN f> f\ A ¥ CUMBERLAND 
LACKAWANNA l_/lJ/\ , AND LEHIGH 



Office, 163 Main St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 469 



JOSEPH PIERCE & SON, 



DEALERS IN 



Leather, Shoe Findings, 

HARNESS and SADDLERY HARDWARE, 

175 Main Street, : : Fitchburg, Mass. 



ESTABLISHED 1865. 



JOEL JOEL, 

lips, Tobaccos a Softs' 



MANUFACTURER 

and Wholesale and Retail 

Dealer in 




UNDER AMERICAN HOUSE, 
126 Main Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 

Smoke "BOB ACRES" m "FIYE BROTHERS," best ten cent cigars pipe. 

Also, "ROLLSTONE" Five Cent Cigar. 

M. NOLAN, 

Manufacturer of and Wholesale Dealer in 

Fine Havana I Domestic Cigars, 

AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF SMOKERS' ARTICLES. 
181 Main Street, : : Fitchburg, Mass. 

City Directory Office 

389 MAIN STREET. 



Directories of the Principal Cities on File, 

FOR THE USE OF THE PUBLIC, FREE OF CHARGE. 



470 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MISS MARGARET E. ROCK, ♦ ♦ 

The fieixx Yopk H&itf Dressing, 

CHIROPODIST, MANICURE and FACE MASSAGE PARLORS. 

Party Hair Dressing, Cutting, Curling, Bleaching, Restoring Gray or Faded Hair. 
Treatment of the Scalp and Children's Hair a Specialty. 



239 1-2 MAIN STREET, 

UP ONE FLIGHT. 



FITCHBURG, MASS. 



ITCHBURG ILORAL CONSERVATORY 

WM. LIVERSAGE. 




17 SUIVIIVIER ST. 



(goice giants #pioioer§ 

Bouquets, Wreaths. Crosses and Floral Designs of every 
description. Also, Decorations for Weddings, Par- 
ties, and all other occasions, furnished promptly 
and at short notice. Connected by telephone. 

FITCHBURG. 




JOSEPH FULLER, 

Successor to E. 0. WILLARD, 

^ FLiO^IST. *$ 

Anything in the Florist Line. 
LARGEST STOCK OF 

Palms and Decorative Plants 



Greenhouses ai 8 Brook St. 

Off Grove St., near City Hall. 



[N THE CITY 



Telephone 13-3. 




123 Charles Street, 



C. E. MANSFIELD 
jfLORIST. 

Cut Flowers always on hand. De- 
sign Work for Weddings, Funer- 
erals, Etc., at short notice. 

^W^side Oldens 4 
FITCHBURG, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 471 



Mrs. JL. JL. RUQQ, 

@teFer f and i @nfectioner. 

HOME MADE BREAD, CAKE AND PASTRY. 

ICECREAM. FINE GOODS A SPECIALTY. 

Agent for Huyler's Fine Bon-Bons and Chocolates. 
155 MKIN STREET; - FITCHBURG, MHSS, 

EDNA/IN M. READ, D ^ LER 

COflFECTIOflEftY. 

♦•♦ 

Caterer and Fancy Baker. 

370 Main Street, o PP . Fitchburg Hotel, FITCHBURG, MASS. 

H. A. SEIDEL, 

Home-Made Bakery. 

H0ME-MHD6 MILK BREHD. 

All kinds Scandinavian, German and Vienna Bread. Fresh Pastry every day. 

First-Class Restaurant and Dining Rooms 

Connected with this establishment. Parties, Weddings and Picnics supplied. 
Cake Ornamenting in every style. 

9 to 11 BLOSSOM ST., adjoining American House, FITCHBURG, MASS. 

A. A. BASSETT, 

HOME BAKERY, 

32 Day Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 
BREAD, CAKE AND PASTRY 

Fresh every day. Hot Brown Bread and Beans every Sunday morn- 
ing. Parties, Picnics and Wedding Parties supplied with the best 
at reasonable prices. We use none but the best materials. 
Birthday and Wedding Cakes a specialty. 
Cakes Ornamented for outside parties. 




472 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



I. G. SEWARD & CO., 

HOME BAKERY. 

Also, Manufacturers and Dealers in 

Fine Confectionery and Ice Cream. 

36 MAIN STREET, : : FITCHBURG, MASS. 

Lewis' Home Bakery, 

H. J. LEWIS, Proprietor. 
Pies, Cakes, Bread, Rolls, Etc.- — ^ 

Baked Beans and Brown Bread every Saturday Night. 

ALSO, PROPRIETOR OF 

LUNCH WAGON, Cor. Main and Oliver Sts. 

Bakery, 24 Laurel St.. Fitchburg, Mass. 

SWAN NELSON. CHARLES O. SWANSON. 

NELSON & SWANSON, 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 



AND CONFECTIONERY. 

Fresh Bread, Hot Rolls and Tea Biscuits every morning and afternoon. Wedding and Birth- 
day Cake a specialty. Crackers and Fancy Biscuits at Wholesale and Retail. 

306 Main Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 

EDWIN S. BURNAP, 

Milk, Vegetables * Farm Produce Generally. 

MILK FROM ONE COW 

Supplied to those wishing. 

ALSO, PURE CIDER VINEGAR, CUR- 
RANTS AND BERRIES 

Supplied in their season. 

Williams Road, Fitchburg. 

Orders taken [by George E. Elliott, Milkman. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 473 



F. F. WOODWARD & CO., 
Shippers and Millers. 



WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



Flour, Grain, Meal, Feed, Hay and Straw. 

630 RIVER ST. Office, 348 JVIain St. 

Fitchburg Grain Co. 

F. F. WOODWARD, 

Flour, Grain, Feed, Hay, Straw, 
and Poultry Food. 

OFFICE, 348 MAIN ST., FIICHBURG, MASS. 

MERRIAM & ROLPH, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 




J UIUIII; I UUMJ 

ARABIAN HORSE FOOD, ST. ANDREW'S POULTRY FOOD. 

47 Main Street, : : Fitchburg , Mass. 

FITCHBIRG FLOUR CO., 

GEORGE B. WOODWARD, Proprietor, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Flour, Grain, 

BHLfeD HRY, ETC. 

46 CQAIfl STREET, FITCHBURG, (TiRSS. 

3^ 



474 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WOODWARD & JONES, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

BUTTER, CHEESE, COUNTRY PRODUCE, EGGS, 
BEANS, PEAS, POTATOES, ETC. 

Shipments of Butter received from Vermont every Thursday. 

13 Day Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 

J. CUSHING & CO., 




And Wholesale Dealers in 



Flour, Grain and Lumber. 

Laurel, Mill and Putnam Sts., Fitchburg. 

FitchburgCreamery 

FRENCH & LEARNED, Proprietors, 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



JVIilk, Cfeam, Batter and Eggs. 

27 PRICHARD STREET, FITCHBURG, MASS. 

E. E. FRENCH. G. S. LEARNED. 

COWDIN & WALKER, 

MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN 

SOAP and TALLOW, 

ROUGH AND RENDERED. 

Cash Paid for Tallow. 290 Water St., Fitchburg. 

C. C. WALKER. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 47, 



The New England Tea and Crockery Co.. 

DAVID MONTEITH, Proprietor, 

DEALERS AND JOBBERS IN 

TEAS, COFFEES i CROCKERY, 

214 JVIain Street, pitehbupg, JVIass. 

The New Atlantic Tea Co., 

FINEST TEjlS, • CPI 





Crackers, Glass, Plated Ware, Lamp Goods, Tinware, Etc. 

No. 1 Main Street, : Fitchhurg, Mass. 

F. A. BLANCHARD, Manager. 

B. FRANK RICKER. EDWIN B. RICKER. 

RICKER BROS., 

DEALERS IN 




'JUWIIUVH] 

Also, Home bakery. 

Goods Delivered. Prompt Service. 

50 LHUREL STREET, FITCHBURG, MKSS. 

RODNEY W. PIERCE. BRADFORD F. UPTON. 

PIERCE! 8c UPTON, 

DEALERS IN 

ten Sail » .■».^tf.: SmoM Fisn. 




Oysters, Clams ma mm # and Lobsters 



Oysters a Specialty. in their season. 

147 Lunenburg Street, : : FITCHBURG, MASS. 



476 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



M. N. BENJAMIN, 

GROCER 

364 Main Street, : Opposite Fitchburg Motel. 



Fine Teas, Coffees, Pure Spiees, Cream Tartar, 
Flour, Butter and Cheese. 

COLEMAN & DRURY, 

DEALERS IN 

First-Class Groceries 

CROCKERY, SILVER PLATED WARE, TABLE CUTLERY, 
AND KITCHEN FURNISHINGS, 

138 Main Street, and 2 to 6 Blossom Street, - FITCHBURG, MASS. 

Telephone No. 243-3. jg@=Fine Butter a Specialty. 
C. H. CONWAY. GEORGE E. CONWAY. 

CONWAY BROTHERS, 

DEALERS IN ' 

FIRST-GLASS GROCERIES 

TEAS, COFFEES and SPICES. 

Flour and Fine Butter Specialties. Confectionery and Fruit. 

318 Main Street, : : Fitchburg, Mass. 

C. T. HARDING, 

DEALER IN 

Staple and Fancy Groceries, 

FLOUR, BUTTER, CHEESE, ETC. 

No. 2 Main St., cor. Myrtle Avenue, Fitchburg, Mass. 



Telephone 117-4. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 477 



JOHN D. MORRILL, 

FineTeas, Pure Coffees | Spices, 

BEST GRADES OF HHXflLL and ST. LOUIS FLOUR, 

Butter, Cheese, Pork, -Lard, Canned Goods, Fancy Crackers, 
Bread, Pastry, Etc. 

59 Green Street, ~ pitehburg, mass. 

DANIEL BOYLE, 

DEALER IN 

Choice : Groceries, 

Flour, Teas, Coffees, Crockery and Glassware. 



200 MHTER STREET, FITCHBURG, MHSS. 

SCAM A CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY CO., 

PETER BREKKE, Treasurer and Manager. 

DEALERS IN 

Foreign f Domestic Groceries, 

FLOUR, TEAS, COFFEES, TIN and WOODEN WARE. 

IMPORTED GOODS A SPECIALTY. 

494 Main Street, : : Fitchburg , Mass. 






\ 



GUSTAVE H. WUTH, Treasurer and Manager. 
DEALERS IN 

Groceries m Provisions. 

A COMPLETE LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES ALWAYS ON HAND. 

German Delicacies Our Specialty. 

We shall be pleased to meet you and show our line of goods, and we feel satisfied 
we shall please you. 

106 KIMBALL ST., FITCHBURG, MASS. 



478 ADVEETISEMENTS. 



TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 



W. A. GARNO, 

DEALER IN 

Fine Groceries, Teas, Coffees and Spices. 

riime: butter a specialty. 
Also, FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY and FEED, at the Lowest Prices. 
137 Lunenburg Street. 

W. A. GARNO, Proprietor. NORMAN W. HART, Manager. 

THOS. W. DAVIS, 

Groceries . . 

-AND- 

. . Provisions. 

Telephone 11-3. 

304 Main St., ' Fitehburg, Mass. 

JL. Jl. little, 

DEALER IN 

Choice Staple and Fancy 





3 

157 Lunenburg St., cor. Boutelle, Fitehburg, Mass. 

ALFRED LABBE, d EA \e^,n 

GROCERIES | PROVISIONS, 

146 WATER STREET, FITCHBURG, MASS. 

Flour, Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Molasses. 
Craokers of all kinds. 

BEEF, PORK, LAMB, VEAL, BITTER, EGGS AND VEGETABLES. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 479 



LOWE BROS. & CO., 

PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

RECEIVERS OR 

Swift's Dressed Beef. 

5 SOUTH STREET, FITCHBURG, MHSS. 
Branch, Chestnut St., near Depot, GARDNER, Mass. 

SCANLON BROS. & CO., 

WHOLESALERS OR HIIII'" 

Produce and Provisions. 



SGHWHRZSGHILD f SULZBERGER CO.'S DRESSED BEEF. 

CALL AND EXAMINE OUR GOODS. 

85 Water St., Telephone 143-12. Fitchburg, Mass. 

Union Pork Company, 



WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



. . Pork and Pork Products . . 

Office, 105 Water St., p.o.b OX 732. Fitehburg, JVTass. 

ESTABLISHMENT IN LUNENBURG. 

F. D. SHATTUCK, 



DEALER IN 



Beef, Pork, Lamb, Veal, Hams, 

Lard, Sausages, Etc. Also, Vegetables and Provisions. 

22 DAY STREET, **,*«.»«. FITCHBURG, MASS. 



480 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Rollstone Market, 

WILLIAM C. EMORY, Proprietor. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Beef, Pork, Veal, Lamb and Mutton. 

Poultry and Came of all Kinds. Receivers of Valley Falls Creamery Butter. 

405 MAIN ST., Telephone 142-2. FITCHBUtRG, MRSS. 

F. B. CROOKER, 

DEALER IN 

Meats and Vegetables, 

CANNED GOODS, FRUITS, ETC. 



FRES 



BUTTER and EGGS A SPECIALTY. 



88 and 90 Green St., Fitchburg, Mass. 



ARTHUR D. TODD, 

IEJT IBRKET. 

ALL KINDS OF 

Fresh and Salt Meats, 

Fresh Eggs and Butter. 
CHOICE POULTRY and GAME 

in their season. A full line of 
Canned Goods. 

151 LUNENBURG ST. 



FREDERICK R.YAN, 

DEALER IN 

FIRST-CLASS 





MEATS I PROVISIONS, 

Fish and Oysters. 

FRUITS and VEGETABLES IN SEASON. 

220 Water Street, FITCHBURG, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



481 




CHARLES H. WATSON, 

DEALER IN 

Choice Groceries, 

TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES, 

M EATS, 

Provisions, Etc. 

^\-&~7' IVlair-i Street. 

Te ephone 47-3. 




FRESH and SALT 

Meats .# Poultry. 

FRUITS and 

VEGETABLES 

IN THEIR SEASON. 
Telephone 58-12. 

f Branch Store, 35 Monument Sq. 

LEOMINSTER, MASS. 




J. F. JASEPH, 



DEALER IN 

First-Class 



PROVISIONS. 

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 

OF ALL KINDS IN THEIR SEASON. 

228 Main Street, : : Fitchburg, Mass. 

GUTEZEIT MARKET, 

M. W. COMMONS, Manager. 

DEALER IN 

Meats I Provisions 

POULTRY and GAME a specialty. 




44 Main St., 



Fitchburg, Mass. 



482 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



M. W. CUMMINGS, 

MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN 

COFFINS J* CASKETS 



OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

PLATES, TRIMMINGS, ROBES AND GRAVE CLOTHES. 

211 Main Street. Residence, 76 Laurel Street. 

Special attention given to preserving and dressing bodies for burial. 

c. j. soadst$an;d, 

Funeral Director «Embalmer, 

No. 7 MAIN ST., FITCHBURG, MASS. 

MRS. C. J. ROADSTRAND, ) telephone 

Lady Assistant. ) connection. 

J. OYIDE DIJMAIS, 

UNDERTAKING 

In all its brandies. Care and gentleness exer- 
cised in preparing the dead for burial. 




ALSO, A FULL LINE OF 



Plates, Trimmings, Robes and Grave Clothes, 

124 Faifmount St., : pitehburg, mass. 

DWIGHT G. FULLER, 

(Successor to CHARLES BROOKS,) Dealer in 

Sand, Loam and Gravel. 

JOBBING OF ALL KINDS. 

Residence, 501 plain St. stables, 4i River St. fitchburg. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



483 



D. O'CONNOR, 

MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 

GRANITE 

STONE WORK 

For Cemetery and Build- 
ing- purposes. 

Granite Monuments and Tablets 
always on hand. 

Yard on River St., 

Opp. Orswell Mills, 
FITCHBURG, JVIASS. 




GEORGE REED. 



E. H. REED. 



HARTWELL & REED, 

Marble Manufacturers, 

279 main St., pitehburg, JJLass. 

The Best of Italian and American Marble. Finished Monuments of 

Marble constantly on hand. Granite monuments to order. 

LEARY & TERRELL, 

fL*y Px A\ Myii I Rough and Dimension. 



DEALERS IN 



• Brifte, Street Curb, and Building Work ot all kinds. • 

CEMETERY CURB anfc ENGINE BEDS. 

Quarry and Yard, Rollstone Hill, Fitchburg, Mass, 



JOHN W. LEARY, 32 Leighton St. 



GEO. A. TERRELL, 5 Hazel St. 



484 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

ORIN E. LITCHFIELD, 

(Successor to LITCHFIELD BROS.) 

Granite Quarrier | Contractor, 

AND DEALER IN 

f GRANITE.?. 

All kinds of Dimension Stone furnished at short notice. Heavy Engine Stone a Specialty. 
Street Curbing and Granite Paving blocks. 

Office and Residence, CITrHRI IRP. Quarry, 

14- ARLINGTON ST. TllOnDUnO. ROLLSTONE HILL. 

F. A. McCAULIFF, 

Granite Quarrier # Contractor. 

GRANITE FURNISHED IN BLOCKS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. 

QUARRIES ON ROLLSTONE HILL. 
Office and Residence, 37 River St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

JOHN _McN ALLY, 

Granite, 
Monuments, 

AND 

Building Work. 

83 River St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

HENRY GODBEER, • • • 

Manufacturer and Dealer in First-Class 

FINISHED GRANITE. 

Polished Monumental and Cemetery Work a Specialty. 

— ALSO BUILDING WORK. 

Office and Works, River St., near Parkhill Mill C, FITCHBURG, MASS. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 48f> 

W. A. GARNO, 

BOX M75NUFHCTURER, 

"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, DEALER IN 

Lumber, Matched Native Pine $ Flooring, 

HARDWOOD LUMBER. 

Sawing, Planing and Matching. Wood by the Basket or Load. 

Mills, 114 to 124 Lunenburg St., FITCHBURG. 

Telephone Connection. 

E. H. WHITTEMORE, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

PAPER BOXES, 

114 Lunenburg Street, (up stairs,) FITCHBURG. 
HENRY B. DYER, 

ONLY AGENT FOR 

IMPROVED BEE-HIVE BRAND 

Felt and Composition Roofing 

In Fitchburg, Leominster, Gardner and vicinity. Also, Tarred 
and Dry Sheathing Paper of the best quality. 

Office, 10 Howard cor. Prescott St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

T. F. KENNEDY, 

Slate and Gravel Roofer, 

AGENT FOR ROOFING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 

All kinds of Roofing done at short notice. 

Particular attention given to REPAIRING. 




4 South Street, : Fitchburg, Mass. 



486 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



HENRY M. FRANCIS, 

ARCHITECT, 

Room 4, 387 Main Street, 

WALLACE BUILDING, Fitchburg, Mass. 

EDGAR S. MOULTON, 

-: ARCHITECT :- 

Contractor i Builder, 

And Dealer in all kinds of Builders' Finish. Call and see me for prices. 

Office and Residence, 13 Holt street, fitchburg, mass. 

HENRY P. LAPOINTE, 

ARCHITECT, 



ROOM <q-1 



229 Main Street, : Fitchburg, Mass. 

Iv. J. FAQ-E, 

ARCHITECT 

Specifications Furnished for all Building" Materials. 

Special attention given to Superintending the Construction of all buildings. 
OFFICE and RESIDENCE, 

Longwood Ave., cor. Upland Road, Fitchburg, Mass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 487 



W. C. JOHNSON, 

NEW- AND SECOND-HAND 

Engines, Boilers # Machinery. 

MILL SUPPLIES of ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

109 LUater Street, : Fitehburg, JVTass. 

W.C.JOHNSON, 

umbei?! 




ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL and GLAZING. 
CEDAR DOORS A SPECIALTY. 

109 Water Street, : Fitchburg, Mass. 

FRANCIS F. FARRAR, 

Garp^nter and Builder, 

Estimates Furnished on Application. Jobbing of all kinds 
promptly attended to. 

27 Faim/ieuu St., : UXest pitehbupq, Mass. 

City Directory Office 

389 MAIN STREET. 



Directories of the Principal Cities on File, 

FOR THE USE OF THE PUBLIC, FREE OF CHARGE. 



488 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WILLIAM C. CARTER, 

Contractor and Builder. 

HEAVY BUILDINGS A SPECIALTY. 

Dealer in all kinds of Builders' Materials. 

Estimates and Plans furnished on application. 

Shop and Residence, 22 Beacon St., Rtchburg, Mass. 

W. H. KEYES, 

Contractor and Builder. 

PLANS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. 

Jobbing in all its branches done to order 

Office and Residence, 103 Snow St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

J. D. LITTLEHALE, 

CONTRACTOR and BUILDER. 

Shop Rear 31 North Street. 

ESTIMATES FURNISHED WHEN DESIRED. 

RESIDENCE, 7 CEDAR STREET, F"ITCHBURG. 

F. A. STARR, 

Contractor § Builder. 

ESTIMATES FURNISHED WHEN DESIRED. 
Residence, 16 Cross St., Fitchburg, Mass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



489 










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NATHANIEL VARNEY, 

Contractor s Builder. 

Estimates furnished on contract work. 
JOBBING AND DAY WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

Shop and Residence, 17 Union St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Estimates Furnished. Jobbing a Specialty. 

jTs. starr^ 
Contractor and Builder, 

FITCHBURG, MASS. 

OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, : 97 CEDAR STREET. 

City Directory Offiee, 



389 JVTAUM STREET. 



33 



490 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



William Edwards Slate Co., 

(Successors to William Edwards & Co.) 

SLATE ROOFERS, 

And Dealers in all kinds of ROOFING SLATE. 

FRANK H. WORSTER, Manager. 

53 MKTER STREET, : FITCHBURG, MKSS, 

J. R. HOSMKR, 

General j Contractor. 

ESTIMATES and PLANS FURNISHED. 

Dealer in all kinds of Builders 9 Materials. 

Shop rear 7 Main St. \ «-., . . n - 

Residence 62 Highland Ave. f rltchburg, MaSS. 

PETER RUSSELL, 

g^S^N COHTRHCTOR and BUILDER. 

Shop and Residence, 40 Clinton St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

EDNA/ IN T. SWIFT, 

Architect and Builder. 

ALL KINDS OF BUILDING WORK 

Contracted for and Finished Promptly. 

172 JVlY^TLiE AVE., : FITCHBURG, WASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 4 9 1 



TINSLEY & ABELL, 

Dealers in Lumber 

OF" ALL. KINDS. 

Hard Pine Timber a Specialty, in car lots. Builders' Finish, both in- 
side and outside. SASH, DOORS and BLINDS. 
PLANS FURNISHED FOR BUILDINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

Office over Post Office, Room 1, 234 Main St., Fitchburg. 

YARD ORF- F>UTNAIV1 ST. 

R. C. EATON, • • 

Cabinet Maker 
Stair Builder . . 



LIGHT WOOD 
JOBBING OF 
ALL KINDS . ND 
DONE IN AINU ' 



THE BEST 

POSSIBLE 

MANNER. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Wood Mantels, Newel Posts, Stair Rails, Counters and Cases of all kinds. 

AL.SO, WOOD TURNING. 

Shop at City Lumber Yard, Rear 31 North St., Fitehburg, Mass. 

SETH TWICHELL, 

Building Mover 

All kinds of Brick and Wooden Buildings, Steam Chimneys and Steam Boilers moved. 

— ALSO DEALER IN — 

LXJIvIBER. AND MSTOOID. 

Wood by the cord, in lengths or sawed. Orders filled on short notice. 

96 CCLRIH STREET, FITCHBUfiG, mflSS. 

M.WEBBER, Lumber 

fine mill work 8 31 l\ewton Place, 

is my specialty. t Fltchburg, MclSS. 

RED CEDAR DOORS, CYPRESS FLUTED COLUMNS. 

ALL KINDS OF DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS. 



ESTIMATES FURNISHED. 



492 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



E. H. GILCHREST. 



W. K. WILEY. 



F. H. FOSS 



Gilchrest, Wiley & Foss, 

MASONS 1 CONTRACTORS. 



References 

to 
Buildings: 



Fitchburg Athletic Club, Fitchburg. 

Fitchburg Associate Bldg., 

Falulah Paper Co. Mills, 

G. H. & T. Cutler Block, 

Water St. Fire Station, 

Colburn Electrical Factory, 

Belding Est. Apartment House, 

J. M. Peirce 

Electric Light Station, Hudson. 

Jay Bridge Paper Co., Jay Bridge, Me. 

French Bros. Block, So. Framingham. 



Office, cor. Central and Brook Streets, 



Telephone 13-4. 



FITCHBURG, MASS 



HERBERT L. TIFT, 

Mason ^ Builder, 



ALL KINDS OF MASON WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

3 CIRCLE STREET. 

Residence and Office, 8 Park St., : Fitchburg, Mass. 

MORSE BROTHERS, 

(Successors to Chas. O. Stone, Gardner, Mass.) Dealers in 

PATENT WORKED 

wooden Eave Tunis i miners. 

Wooden, Tin, Galvanized Iron, Corru- 
gated and Round Conductors. 

COMMON AND EXTENSION LADDERS. 

All work warranted unless otherwise specified. 

Shop 89 Day St., Second house back of School House, 

FHTGHBURG, MASS. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 493 



B. A. COOK & CO., 

flflisls'inalBFiaisjrclileGis'Suppiies, 

FINE VARNISHES, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, 

PAPER HANGINGS. 

237 MAIN STREET, : : FITCHBURG, MASS- 



GEORGE BUCKLEY 




E, 







Paper Hanger, Glazier, Etc. 

FINE GRAINING A SPECIALTY. 

Lettering Manufacturing Buildings and Large Chimneys to Order. 
10 LAUREL STREET. RESIDENCE, 8 JAY STREET. 

STEPHEN WESTON, 

. . Sign 1 Ornamental . . 

PAINTING! 

Special attention given to all kinds of Signs and Show Cards. Society Work a specialty. . 
ALL ORDERS EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND AT REASONABLE RATES. 

BACK BAY, OFF PUTNAM ST., FITCHBURG, MASS. 

Thomas E. Donnelly, 

±& A F?T I ^"T &*. 



SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER 

PICTORIAL DECORATIONS 
PAPER HANGER 



i8j Water St., FUcbburg, Mass. 



494 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. M. DEMMON, 

House : Painting, 

GLAZING AND PAPER HANGING. I 

27 Oliver Street, - Fitehburg, mass. 

A. P. WILLIAMS. J. W. GARRETT. 

A. P. WILLIAMS & CO., 

Painting, : Graining, : Glazing, 

Hardwood Finishing, Paper Hanging, and Whitening. 
Dealers in PAINTS and OILS. 

ALSO AGENTS FOR 

Asphalt Fire and Waterproof Roof Covering. 

SHOP 73 LAUREL ST., cop. Putnam St., FITCHBURG, MASS. 

GEO. Z. RAGE, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Wall Papers. Mils. Varnish and (Dnresso. 



ROOM MOULDING AND WINDOW SHADES. 

CURTAINS MADE AND HUNG TO ORDER. 

357 Main Street and II Day Street, Telephone 2-2. FITCHBURG, MASS. 

S. A. STOWE, 

House Painter and Grainer, 

.. ALSO, HARDWOOD FINISHER .. 

Baek Bay, off Putnam St., pitehburg, fllass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



495 



A. A. H O l_T, 
Buggies, Express Wagons and Sleighs, 

NEW and SECOND-HAND, 

For Sale or Exchange. 

CARRIAGE PAINTING, REPAIRING 
AND JOBBING. 

106 Lunenburg Street, 

w Opp. Lawrence, FITCHBURG, Mass. 

Established 1872. Order Work a Specialty. 

WALLACE NICHOLS, 

(Successor to G. W. WEYMOUTH,) Dealer in 

Fine Carriages, Sleighs, 

ROBES, WHIPS, BLANKETS, ETC. 

G. R. Godfrey's Hand-Made Harnesses. Full Line of Stable Goods. 

1 LOWEST PRICES.4- 

455 JVLain Street, : 




pitehburc}, JVIass. 



J. P. SHELDON, 

Carriage and Wagon 

MHNUFHCTUR6R. 

Special attention paid to 

REPAIRING FIRST - CLASS 
CARRIAGES. 

pitehburg, ]VIass. 




13 Brook Street, 



House Painter anil interior Decorator. 

TINTING IN OIL and WATER COLORS. 

227 RIJZER STREET, FITCHBURG. MHSS. 



496 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



HUGH A. ADAIR, 

(Successor to M. J. HOGAN,) 

Horse Shoer and Jobber. 



HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALITY. 

17 9 19 Snow St., Fitchburg, Mass 



Q-. 


J. MITTEN, 


Urn 


Mfe- HORSE SHOER, 


,,ll " r 'irwiiiirmr^ 


mjx Back Bay, off Putnam St. 


*Rsfif :|, ' j "'"' iii£^ oi 


^r^^Eililniiii'- — * guarantee the finest and most skillful work in 


ffi^m 


^L== - - ^^p-~~ the art ot scientmc shoeing, ana solicit a 


*W ^egSpSfe-. share of your patronage. 




k. jgSLI \\ i Horses called for and delivered to any part of 




! -^ IIpa ! the city " 


^£3s^£*2 


llS^SS^- F-ITCMBURG, MASS. 



E. A. STONE, 

HeavyTrucking 




TIP CARTS A SPECIALITY. 

Office, 13 Day St., Fitchburg, Mass. 



C. J. DERICK 

HARN 



♦ + 

DEALER IN 
5 ♦ 



Horse Clothing and Stable Goods. 

REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. 

19 Day Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



497 




Livery and Boarding 
Stable. 

First-Class Single and Double Teams 

WITH OR WITHOUT DRIVERS. 

100 Main St., opp. Depot. 



AMERICAN HOUSE STABLE, 

1^ OA.Y STREET, 

Also, FITCHBURG HOTEL STABLE, rear 369 MAIN. 

BOARDING, BAITING AND LIVERY. 
CHESTER F. DEWING, Prop., FITCHBURG, MASS. 

First-Class Teams furnished at short notice, with competent drivers, if desired. Stable open day and 
night. SplT'Horse Clipping by latest improved power machine. TELEPHONE 108-3 an ^ 209-2. 

THOMAS S. HESSION, 

Hack, Livery, Boarding and Sale 

STABLE. 

Hacks and Carriages for Funerals, 
Weddings and Parties. 

Telephone 106-2. 

Furniture Moving and Trucking. \ 

I044 RIVER ST., WEST FITCHBURG, MASS 





ARCHER G. DAVIS, 

LIVERY, SALE AND 

EXCHANGE STABLE. 

First-Class Teams furnished, 
with or without Drivers. 
Telephone Connection. 

134 LUNENBURG STREET 
FITCHBURG, MASS. 



498 ADVERTISEMENTS. 




ROLLSTONE ST^BLE^, 

, y«^^^s^ GUY WOODS, Prop. 

I'iii », LIVERY, BOARDING, BAITING 

AND SALE STABLES. 

Good Teams at all times, at Reasonable Rates. 

Telephone 333-2. 

23 ACADEMY ST., rear national house. 

Telephone, Residence, 116-2. 



DR. 0. A. KEENE, V. S., 

VETERINARY SURGEON. 

(Graduate Ontario Veterinary College.) 

Office and Hospital, rear 257 MAIN ST. 

Hospital open night and day. Office hours before 9 a. m., 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Calls, night or 
day, promptly attended. Telephone connected. Operations and all animals in hospital at owners' risk. 

REAR 257 MAIN ST., FITCHBURG, MASS. 



THE PRICE & LEE COMPANY, 

PUBLISHERS OF THE 

American Carriage Directory 



FOR THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. 
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ADVEKTISEMENTS. 4<)<) 



AMERICAN HOUSE, 

WILL A. COLE, Proprietor. 

C. H. BARRETT, Clerk. 



Barber Shop and Billiard Rooms Attached. 

130 Main Street, near Depots, = FITCHBURG, MASS. 

THE FITCHBURG, 

PARKER S. FULLER, 

Formerly of The Columbia, Leominster, Mass. 
369 Main Street, = FITCHBURG, MASS. 



Free Carriage to and from all trains. 



QUICK LUNCH, 

White House Lunch Wagons, 

DEPOT SQUARE and UPPER COMMON. 

Come and see us and we will give you the Best, Cheapest and 
Quickest LUNCH in the city. 

Try our Home Hade Pies. J. H. HARRER, Manager. 

FITCHBURG LUNCH ROOM, 

E. F. BRAGDON, Prop. 

Quick Lunches and Meals Served at Short Notice. 
Our Regular Dinner at Twenty-Five Cents. 

19M »ay Street, FITCHBURG, MASS. 



500 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FITCHBURG EVENING MAIL. 



Published every day except Sunday. 



PRICE, $5.00 A YEAR. 50 CENTS A MONTH 

(in advance.) 



THE EVENING MAIL is the leading Republican daily paper 
of Worcester North County. 

Its columns contain all the latest news, served up in the 
most readable style. 

Its editorial opinions upon current events are carefully con- 
sidered and eagerly sought for. 

Its advertising announcements are read by more people 
than those of all other papers combined in Worcester North 
County. Besides its large city circulation the Mail goes daily 
into the towns of Leominster, North Leominster, Gardner, Ayer, 
Shirley, Ashburnham, South Ashburnham, Winchendon, Lunen- 
burg, Townsend, Townsend Harbor, West Groton, and other 
towns. 

THE FITCHBURG MAIL is a live paper, treating of live 
topics, published by live newspaper men, for live readers, and 
used by all live advertisers. 



FITCHBURG MAIL PUBLISHING CO., 

PARK BUILDING, 17 WATER ST. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



501 



The Pioneer Company of America 

ORGANIZED 1866. 




THOROUGH INSPECTIONS 



Insurance against loss or damage to property, and loss 
of life and injury to persons, caused by 

Steam Boiler Explosions. 

J. M. ALLEN, Pres. W. B. FRANKLIN, Vice Pres. 

J. B, PIERCE, Sec. and Treas. FRANCIS B. ALLEN, 2d Vice Pres. 

L. B. BRAIN ARD, Asst. Treas. L. F. MIDDLEBROOK, Asst. Sec. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 



J. M. ALLEN, President. 

FRANK W. CHENEY, Treas. Cheney Brothers 
Silk Manufacturing Co. 

CHARLES M. BEACH, of Beach & Co. 

DANIEL PHILLIPS, of Adams Express Co. 

RICHARD W. H. JARVIS, Prest. Colt's Fire 
Arms Manufacturing Co. 

LEVERETT BRAINARD, of the Case, Lock- 
wood & Brainard Co. 

Gen. WM. B. FRANKLIN, U. S. Commissioner 
to the Paris Exposition. 

Hon. NATHANIEL SHIPM \N, Judge United 
States Circuit Court. 



Hon.HENRY C. ROBINSON,Attorney-at-Law, 

Hartford. 
Hon. FRANCIS B. COOLEY, of the National 

Exchange Bank, Hartford, Conn. 
EDMUND A. STEDMAN, Treasurer of the 

Fidelity Co., of Hartford, Conn. 

PHILIP CORBIN, of P. & F. Corbin, New 
Britain. 

GEORGE BURNHAM, Baldwin Locomotive 
Works, Philadelphia. 

C. C. KIMBALL, Pres. Smyth Mfg. Co. 



Home Office, 218 Main Street, Hartford, /Etna Life Building. 

C. E. R0BERTS,*Manager/125:Milk St., Boston. 
W. E. PUTNEY, Local Agent, PITCHBURG, MASS. 



502 



ADVEKTISEMENTS. 



THE ELECTRON flFG. CO., 




BUILDERS OF 

Electrical 
Machinery 



ELECTRIC... 
MOTORS, 
GENERATORS, 
PASSENGER ELEVATORS, 
FREIGHT ELEVATORS, 
HOISTS, 

DUMB WAITERS, 
BOOK LIFTS, 

BRANCH OFFICES: NEW YORK, BOSTON AND ROCHESTER. 

Main Office and Works, 



MOTOR CONTROLLERS, 

PUMPS, 

PUMP CONTROLLERS, 

AUTOMATIC RHEOSTATS, 

VENTILATING FANS, 

ORGAN BLOWING MOTORS. 



SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



SOMETHING NEW IN TACKLE BLOCKS- 

The cut shows an entirely new design in TACKLE 
BLOCKS, much handsomer than the old way and also 
stronger, having wider end pieces, Making a very 
desirable Block in every way. 

Ferrall's Patent Long Bearing Roller Sheave is the 
simplest in construction, not a rivet or cage in its 
make-up. The rolls run on an interior rail, making 
less friction and giving three times the strength and 
durability of any Roller Sheave in the market. 




Ferrall'sPatentRolle 
Sheave. 



We also make a Specialty of DROP FORGINGS. 

Send us models to figure on. 

BAGNALL-LOUD BLOCK COMPANY, 




Telephone, Ilaymarlot 1418. 



162 COMMERCIAL ST., BOSTON, MASS 




I 




II 



DIRECTORY 
PUBLISHERS. 



206-210 MEADOW ST., NEW HAVEN, 0T. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



503 



Boston & Lockport Block Co. 




NON-CHOKABLE. 

Capacity, No. 2, 3500 
gals, per hour. 



Successors to Bagnall & Loud Block Co., 

142 Commercial St., BOSTON, MASS. 

STAR BRAND * ESTABLISHED 1840. 

Everything in the 

BLOCK, TRUCK AND BUSHING LINE. 



Specialties: 

FREE CATA- 
LOGUE E, ON 
APPLICATION. 



LOUD'S DIAPHRAGM PUMPS, 
BATT'S DIFFERENTIAL HOISTS, 
FACTORY TRUCKS AND WAGONS, 
HOLLOW STEEL BLOCKS, 
METALINE BUSHED SHEAVES, 
FORD'S PATENT SHEAVES. 



SF.l ^-OILING 




BEST 
IN THE WORLD. 



WALWORTH MFG. CO., 

16 to 24 OLIVER ST., BOSTON. 

AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS FOR EXTINGUISHING FIRES. 

GAS MACHINES FOR LIGHTING PUBLIC BUILDINGS, HOTELS 
FACTORIES, RESIDENCES, ETC. 

WROUGHT IRON PIPES AND FITTINGS. 

STEAM PUMPS, BOILERS and ENGINES, STEAM and WATER GAUGES. 

Die Plates, Pipe Tongs, Pipe Wrenches, etc. Hydrants, Stand Pipes, Fire Hose, Fire Pails 

and a general assortment of Supplies for Steam, Gas and Water. 

ro iit usi f mis pes ■ 

ESTERBROOK'S. 

NOTHING LIKE THEM KNOWN. 

Leading Nos. 048, 14, 130, 239, 312, 313. 

ALL STATIONERS SELL THEM. WRITE FOR CIRCULAR. 

THE ESTERBROOK STEEL PEN CO., 



Works, Camden, N. J. 



26 John St. , New York. 



DIRECTORY 

., PUBLISHERS 

206-210 MEADOW ST., NEW HAVEN, 0T. 




504 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



HOBSON, SEAMAN & CO. 

Successors to FRANCIS HOBSON & SON. 
DON STEEL WORKS, SHEFFIELD, 



Sole Manufacturers of 



HOBSON'S "CHOICE"CEZ> Extra Best and "Warranted Best" 

OAST STEEL FOR TOOLS, ETC. 



HOBSON'S "CHOICE" Extra Quality Needle 
Wire. 

BRIGHT DRILL RODS, Highest Quality and 
Accuracy. 

WAREHOUSE, 97 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK. 

CHAS. HUGILL, Agent. 



THE PRICE &, LEE CO., 

PUBLISHERS OF THE 




CONTAINING A COMPLETE LIST OF 



Carriage Manufacturers and Dealers, and Manufacturers 
and Dealers in Carriage Supplies. 



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LEOMINSTER DIRECTORY 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



ABBOTT AVENUE, from 50 Blossom northerly and easterly to 

Nichols 
ADAMS, from 45 Pleasant west to Cotton and beyond 
ALLEN, from 3 Priest northwesterly 
ALLEN COURT, from 110 Main to Green 
ARLINGTON, from 65 Merriam north, crossing Walnut 
AVON, from Union near house of J. S. May 
BARTLETT, from 40 Blossom 
BEACON, N. L., from Crawford to Fairmount 
BIRCH, from 42 Exchange south to 61 Elm 
BLOSSOM, from 105 West to Abbott av 

BOUTELLE, from 102 West southerly and westerly to Exchange 
BOYLES PLACE, off 60 Pleasant 
BROWN AVENUE, N. L., from Prospect southwest 
BURRAGE PLACE, N. L., from Nashua east 
CARTER, from 6 Walker southeasterly to Middle 
CEDAR, from 58 Lancaster to Carter 

CENTRAL, from Monument square south to Legate and Willard 
CENTRAL COURT, from 107 Central 
CHAUNCEY, from Pond westerly 
CHERRY, from 14 Dalev south 
CHESTNUT, from 131 Pleasant westerly to Hill 
CHURCH, from West junc. Park north 
COLBURN, from 124 Pleasant to Manchester 
COLE, from Elm west to Wachusett near town line 
COTTAGE, from 73 Pleasant north and northeast to Pond 
COTTAGE PLACE, from 8 Cottage 
COTTON, from 54 West to 29 Cottage 

CRAWFORD, N. L., from Hamilton to Fitchburg (new road) 
CROSS, from 92 Central to 29 Lancaster 
DALEY, from 23 Exchange north 
DARTMOUTH, from 102 West 
DARTMOUTH PLACE, from Merriam av to West 
DAY, N. L., from 450 Main northeast to Lunenberg line 
DEPOT, from Main to railroad 
DEPOT SQUARE, from Main past N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. depot 

to ^Vfl fpr 
DERWIN, from 62 Lancaster to Webber 
DINSMORE COURT, from 14 Middle 
EATON PLACE, from 8 Lancaster east 
EDEN GLEN, from 33 Graham 
EIGHTH, from Mechanic crossing Water to bluffs 
ELM, from Pond west to Cole 
EXCHANGE, from 112 West westerly 
FAIRMOUNT, N. L., from 17 Hamilton to Beacon 
FIFTH, from Mechanic to Spring 
FIRST, from 40 Spruce, crossing Water to Spring 
FLORENCE, from 128 Lancaster 

FOREST, N. L., from Hamilton to Merriam, Hall & Co.'s factory 
FOURTH, from 114 Mechanic to Spring 
FRANKLIN, from 21 Union west to 81 Pleasant 
FRUIT, from North Main to Lindell avenue 
GARDNER PLACE, from 55 West northerly 
GEORGE, from 38 Blossom westerly 
GOULD COURT, from 64 Lancaster 
GRAHAM, from 58 Union east to 47 Lancaster 
GRAND, from 27 Green to 28 Priest 
GRANITE, from West westerly 

GRANT, from Central near School No. 5 west to Union 
GREEN, from 130 Main northerly to Grand 
GROVE AVENUE, from 35 Merriam northeast to 86 North Main 
HALL, from 149 West northerly to Abbott av 
HAMILTON. N. L., from Main near Fitchburg R. R. depot north 

to North Main 



i 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 7 

HARRISON, from 11 Whitman to 16 Priest 

HARVARD, N. L., from Prospect to North Lancaster line 

HARVARD COURT, from 189 West 

HAWLEY AVENUE, from 23 Nelson 

HAWS, N. L., from 243 Main southerly 

J3IGH, from Winter west to 47 Washington 

HIGHLAND AVENUE from Nelson to house of O. J. Putnam 

HILL, from Pleasant west to Cole 

HOWE, from Mt. Pleasant to Pine 

JOSLIN, N. L., from Lincoln to Pierce over Joslin Hill 

KENDALL PLACE, from 34 Pleasant 

LANCASTER, from 46 Central southeast to Lancaster line 

LAUREL, from 90 Mechanic north to Water 

LAWRENCE, N. L., from Prospect to Nashua 

LEGATE, from Central cor. Willard south to Sterling line 

LINCOLN, N. L., from 437 Main to Lunenburg line 

LINCOLN TERRACE, from 29 Graham 

LINDELL AVENUE, from North Main west to Maple av 

LITCHFIELD, from Union to Lancaster 

LOW, from 171 Pleasant to Hill 

MAIN, from Monument square and West northeast to Lunenburg 

line. N. L. 
MANCHESTER, from 95 Union west to 172 Pleasant 
MANNING AVENUE, from 6 Central 
MAPLE AVENUE, from West northeast to Lindell av 
MARSHALL, N. L., from 322 Main westerlj 
MAY, from Wachusett south to Sterling line 
MAYNARD PLACE, from 54 Pleasant 
MECHANIC, from Main and Water southeast and east to Lunenburg 

line 
MECHANICS LANE, from 17 Mechanic opposite Water 
MERRIAM, from railroad depot west to Blossom 
MERRIAM AVENUE, from Blossom to Lindell av 
MIDDLE from 5 Whitney to and beyond Derwin 
MILL, from Main near railroad crossing east and north to 269 

Main, N. L. 
MONUMENT SQUARE, from the junc. of Main, West and Water 

to Central, and from Park at Pleasant to Central 
MOORELAND AVENUE, from 364 Main, N. L., westerly 
MORTON, from 170 Main to Grand 

MT. PLEASANT AVENUE, from 35 Mechanic to 10 Lancaster 
MYRTLE, from 59 Washington easterly to Grove av 
NASHUA, N. L., from 27 Main, N. L., south to Lancaster line 
NELSON, from 110 North Main west to Highland av 
NEWTON, from 59 Pond 

NICHOLS, from North Main at Fitchburg line to Lindell av 
NORTH, from 531 Main, N. L., to Whalom Park 
NORTH MAIN, from Main at railroad crossing north to Fitchburg 

town line 
OAK, N. L., from Main at Haws easterly 
OAK AVENUE, from 84 Water northerly to bluffs 
ORCHARD, from 71 West to 50 Walnut 
PAGE AVENUE, N. L , from Prospect north 
PARK, from Monument square to West 
PARMENTER, from Cole west to Westminster line 
PEARL, from 23 Pleasant to 16 Cotton 
PIERCE, N. L., from 329 Main, N. L., to Lunenburg line 
PINE, from 30 Mt. Pleasant avenue to Wilson 
PLEASANT, frnm Mounment square west and south to town line of 

Sterling 
POND, from 70 West southwest and south to 121 Pleasant 
POND PLACE, from Pond to 50 Cottage 
PRESCOTT, from 46 Water northerly 
PRIEST, from 212 Main west to 71 North Main 
PROSPECT, N. L., from Main, N. L., past Harvard, N. L., to 

Lunenburg line 
RAILROAD SQUARE, N. L., from Main, N. L., to F. R. R. depot 



8 BLOCKS, BUILDINGS AND HALLS. 

RICHARDSON, from 52 North Main west to 63 Grove avenue 

RIVER, N. L., from 280 Main to Hamilton 

SARGENT AVENUE from Main, N. L., near Lunenburg line 

northerly 
SCHOOL, from 41 West to Merriam 
SECOND, from 146 Spruce to 1 Spring 
SEVENTH, from Mechanic crossing Water Co. bluffs 
SHORT, from 22 Mt. Pleasant av northeasterly 
SIXTH, from 126 Mechanic southerly and northerly to bluffs 
SOUTH, from 80 Union southerly 
SPRING, from 31 Second easterly to Fourth 
SPRUCE, from 50 Mechanic to Eighth 
STRATTON PLACE, off 46 Pleasant 
SUMMER, from Water near depot to Main 
THIRD, from 152 Spruce to Spring 
THOMAS, from 109 Union westerly 
TOLMAN AVENUE, N. L., from 390 Main westerly 
TREMAINE, from 1 Mill near gas works easterly 
UNION, from 63 Central southwest and south to Pleasant 
UNIVERSITY, from Merriam av to West 
VINE, from 99 West north to Walnut 
WACHUSETT, from junc. Pleasant and Union to Cole near town 

line 
WALKER, from 105 Mechanic south to 34 Middle 
WALNUT, from 96 Main west to 27 Blossom and 63 Arlington 
WASHINGTON, from 81 West north to North Main at junc. 

Grove av 
WATER, from 2 Mechanic northeast to Eighth 
WEBBER, from 34 Cedar southerly 

WEST, from 2 Main southwest and west to Westminster line 
WHITE, N. L., from Harvard southeast to Lancaster line 
WHITMAN, from 136 Main north to 3 Grand 
WHITNEY, from 48 Lancaster northerly to Mill 
WILDER AVENUE, from 16 Central to Manning av 
WILLA.RD, from Central junc. Legate southwest to Sterling line 
WILLOW, from 46 Blossom westerly to Hall 
WILSON, from 7 Pine 

WINTER, from 19 Walnut north to Richardson 
WINTER PLACE, from Winter near Richardson 
WORSTED, from Adams southerly to Leominster Worsted Co. 



BLOCKS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 

Allen's Block, Park corner Pleasant 

Bank Block, 10 to 14 Main 

Columbia Buildiug, 43 to 55 Main 

Duval Block, 51 to 55 Central 

Foster Block, Main corner West 

Kendall Block, 22 to 30 Pleasant 

Kendall Block, Mechanic opp Water 

McGrath's Block, 2 to 10 Monument Square 

Nickerson's Block, 18 Main 

Sawtelle Block, Monument Square next to Leominster Hote. 

Wood's Block, 11 to 47 Monument Square 



HALLS. 



Grand Army Hall, 12 Main 

Kendall Hall, Main corner Hamilton, N. L. 

Masonic Hall, Columbia Building, Main 

Music Hall, Kendall Block, Mechanic opp Water 

Odd Fellow's Hall, Nickerson's Block, 30 Main 

Red Men's Hall, Park corner Pleasant 

Town Hall, West corner Church 



THE PRICE* & LEE CO.'S 

LEOMINSTER DIRECTORY. 



1898. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

ab, above; adv, advertisement; av, avenue; bdg, building; bds, boards; 
blk, block; c, corner; dept, department; do, ditto; emp, employed; 
h, house; mfr, manufacturer; n, near; opp, opposite; p, page; r, 
rear; res, residence; E, east; N, north; S, south; W, west. 



C. Comb Co., Columbia Comb 
Co. 

D. C. Co., Dan forth Chemical 
Co. 

F. A.W. C. Co., F. A. Whitney 
Carriage Co. 

G. A. G. S. Co., The G. A. Gane 
Shirt Co. 

G. W. W. Paper Co. , George W. 
Wheelwright Paper Co. 

J. H. L. P. C.Co... J. H.Lockey 
Piano Case Co. 

L. Button Co., Leominster But- 
ton Co. 

L. Coal Co., Leominster Coal Co. 

L. El. & P. Co., Leominster 
Electric Light and Power Co. 

L. S. Co., Leominster Shirt Co. 



L. Turning Co., Leominster 

TurniDg Co. 
L. W. Co., Leominster Worsted 

Co. 
M., H. & Co., Merriman, Hall & 

Co. 
N. C. B. F. Co., N. C. Boutelle 

Furniture Co. 
N. F. B. Co., National Fibre 

Board Co. 
P. & H., Phelps & Harrison 
R. P. C. Co., Richardson Piano 

Case Co. 
W. P. C. Co., Wellington Piano 

Case Co. 
W. R. C. Co., Whitney Reed 

Chair Co. 
W. S. Co., Wachusett Shirt Co. 



ABBOT CHARLES H., watchmaker 61 Lindell av, li do. 
Adams Alfred, carpenter, h West n town line 

Alice Mis?, stenographer E. A. W. C. Co., rms 6 Gard- 
ner pi 

Alice A. Miss, bds IT Crawford, X L 

Catherine M., widow E. G., h 48 West 

Clesson T., laborer, bds 414 Main, X L 

ErTle Miss, stenographer, rms 6 Gardner pi 

Eliza P. Mrs., bds 109 West 

Fidelia, widow Eli, bds 33 Blossom 

Fred E., carpenter, h Abbott av 

George C, emp M., H. & Co., hi? Crawford, X L 

George E., station agent X. Y., X. H. & H. R. R., bds 
Columbia Hotel 

George X., emp W. R. C. Co.. bds Thomas 

Josephine P., widow William, bds 414 Main, X L 

Walton E., carpenter, h 33 Blossom 
Adkins M. Bina Miss, massage treatment 4? West, h do. 
Ahearne Cornelius A., physician 37 Main, rms do. 



10 LEOMINSTER DIRECTORY. 

Aiken Adna, erap R. P. C. Co., h 32 Walnut 
Clara M. Miss, bds 4 Fairmount, N L 
Frank K, emp R. P. C. Co., bds 32 Walnut 

Aitchison Isabelle Miss, rem to Tarrvtown, X. Y. 

Akeley Charles E., painter, h 221 N Main 
Jotham E., painter, h 221 N Main 

Albee Charles, rem to Worcester 

Aldrich Mark W., section foreman N. Y., N. H. & H. R. 
R., h 24 Summer 

Alexander Herbert C, printer Enterprise, h Sixth bel 
Water 

Allaire Francis, shoe store 49 Central, h 45 do. 

Alger Horace, laborer, h Spruce n Second 

Allard Frank, laborer emp L. Coal Co., h 6 Birch 
Jerry, emp B. F. Blodgett & Co., bds 12 Green 
Joseph, emp Tilton & Cook, h 50 Elm 
Louis, stone mason, h 60 Elm n brick yard 
Louis Jr., emp Tenney & Porter, h 62 Elm 

Allen Albert W., emp F. A. W. C. Co., h 8 Oak av 
David C, carpenter, h 59 Main 
Edward H., emp R. P. C. Co., h 135 Spruce 
Fannie C. Miss, h 5 Park 
Frederic H., rem to New York 
George A., cucumber grower 15 Nelson, h do. 
Harry, emp L. S. Co., bds 26 Second 
James F. Rev., pastor M. E. Church, h 48 Merriam 
Louisa E., widow John B., h Exchange bey Birch 
Sarah E., widow Christopher, h 21 Laurel 
Soloman A., mason, h Harvard 

Walter E., market gardener and cucumber grower 
Exchange bey Birch, bds do. 

American Express Co., George H. Magrath agent, 19 
Water 

Ames Caleb R., h 16 School 

Erva T., clerk L. Coal Co., bds 98 Central 
Frank, farmer, h off Lancaster n railroad 

AMES FREDERICK C. prop. Leominster and Fitchburg 
express Water c Mechanic, h 85 Central 
Mary Miss, rem to Oakdale 

S. K. Branch Butter Store, Ashton S. Woodward 
manager, butter and eggs Monument sq n Pleas- 
ant 
Thomas J., U. S. mail agent, h 98 Central 

Amiott George, emp Fitchburg, h 98 Water 

Amsden Marcia Miss, bds 286 Main, N L 

Anders Richard F. F., emp G. A. G. S. Co., h 53 Main 
Sadie E. Miss, emp W. S. Co., bds 30 Arlington 

Anderson Charles, farmer, h Wachusett 

John, emp F. A. W. C. Co.. bds 47 Water 
Robert, emp A. W. Colbnrn & Co., h 27 Chestnut 



, LEOMINSTEE DIRECTORY. 11 

Andrews Rollin B., jewelry /picture frames, etc. 17 Monu- 
ment sq. h 39 Pleasant 

Thomas, emp E. M. Rockwell, "bds 41 Cottage 
An glim Albert, plumber emp J. B. Earnsworth, bds Fifth 
n Mechanic 

Michael T„ emp J. H. L. P. C. Co., h Fifth n Me- 
chanic 
Antaya Ovila, emp W. R. C. Co., h 20 Third 
Archibald Frank, blacksmith and carriage repairer Main n 
River, N L, bds 8 Hamilton, do. 

Leander, blacksmith, h 8 Hamilton, N" L 
Arnold Ann S. Mrs., bds 72 Mechanic 

Lorena L. Miss, rms 8 Water 

Samuel, bds 91 West 
Arlington Charles H., steam fitter emp J. B. Earns worth, 

bds 17 Merriam 
Arris Herbert A., painter, h 114 Mechanic 
Arsenault Arthur, emp 0. H. Lyon, bds 61 Central 
Assessors' Office, Town Hall West c Church 
Atherton Lucius C, emp W. D. Earl & Co., h 49 Me- 
chanic 
Atwood Almira B., widow Henry J., h 145 Central 

Daniel W. Mrs., h 65 Pond * 

Fannie Miss, bds 145 Central 

Herbert B., emp W. P. C. Co., h 135 Central 
Aube Peter, teamster, h 83 TJuion 
Austin John W., cutter W. S. Co., h 24 Orchard 
Avery Martha J., widow Horace, bds 14 Graham 

Sarah Mrs., teacher, bds Prospect e White 
Avers John, laborer, h 133 Central 

BABBITT MILTON P., sec. Danford Chemical Co. 41 
Spruce, res Fitchburg 

Willard N., barber emp 5 Water, res Fitchburg 
Bacon Alice L. Mrs., dressmaker 25 Pleasant, rms do. 

George C, laborer, h 8 Myrtle 

Helen M. Miss, h 8 Myrtle' 

Henrv, emp W. R. C. Co., h Hall ab Willow 

William C, emp F. G. Smith, h 26 Blossom 
Bagley Kate, widow Patrick, rem to Fitchburg 

Marv, widow Patrick, bds 37 Fifth 

Thomas P., emp W. P. C. Co., h 2 Grand 
Bagshaw Arthur, rem to Westminster 
Bailey Alton R. H., emp W. S. Co., h 112 Main 

Frank E., teamster, h 27 Pleasant 

— see Baillie 
Baillie Henry T., driver emp Bassett & Baker, h 6 Union 
Baker Carrie, widow William H., h 23 River, N L 

Charles F., emp W. R. C. Co., h 328 Main, N L 

Dora R. Mrs., bds 136 Main 

Elmer Wayland, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., bds 11 
Marshall, N L 



12 LEOMINSTER DIRECTORY. 



Baker John, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., li 346 Main, N L 

Louise Miss, forewoman G. A. G. S. Co., rms 8 Sum- 
mer 

Patrick, h 24 Harrison 

Susie L. Miss, emp W. S. Co., rms 30 Pleasant 

Walter H. (Bassett & Baker) 26 Central, li 28 ML 
Pleasant av 

"William A., fireman L. E. L. & P. Co., h 55 Union 
Balch Altie H., widow Charles PL, rem to Boston 

Frederick, emp F. G. Smith, hds Linden House 

Irving C, rem to Boston 

Lizzie F. Miss, artist, Ms 5 Park 

M. Addie Miss, bds 4 Beacon, N L 

Oscar A., bds 47 Water 

Revella M. Miss, h 286 Main, N L 

Susan T., widow John, bds 5 Park 
Baldigo George, rem to Gardner 
.Baldwin Angelora H., widow Charles H., h 2 Depot sq 

Celia, widow Charles, bds 13 Richardson 

Stella Miss, emp G. A. G. S. Co., rms 29 Church 
Ball Georgia Miss, emp W. S. Co., bds 6 Union 

Mary A. Miss, emp W. D. Earl & Co., rms 4 Main 
Ballentine Nellie Miss, emp Newton & Merriam, bds 3f> 

Green 
Barcellos David, emp W. R. C. Co., h 32 Union 

Louis, emp Williams & Winn, rms 48 Mechanic 
Bardeen Maria S. Miss, h 348 Main, N L 
Barker Charles, carpenter, h 42 N Main 

Fred H., emp J. A. Stowell, bds 42 N Main 
Barnard. Charles E., finisher, bds 95 Water 

Elizabeth M., widow Henry B., h 75 Central 

Henry A., emp W. S. Co., h 95 Water 

Mary E., widow Henry A., bds 79 Central 
Barnes James W., barber Fitchburg, h N Main c Nichols 

L. B. Miss, dressmaker 15 Merriam, h do. 
Barrett F. L. & Co. (Frank L. Barrett and Patrick H. 
Killelea), real estate agents (2) 5 Monument sq 

Frank L. (E. L. Barrett & Co.) (2) 5 Monument sq, h 
50 West 

J. Frank, clerk. Cobb, Aldrich & Co., h 60 Pleasant 

Harry E., emp W. S. Co., rms 9 Gardner pi 
Barrier Stanislas W., emp F. A. W. C. Co., h r 4 Central 

st. court 
Barron Louis L., emp Cambridge, h 9 Richardson 
Barrows Frank W., music teacher and emp Jewett Piano 
Co., rms 16 Merriam 

Lucien, laborer, h 60 Lancaster 
Barry James, mason, h 349 Main, N L 

James, h Marshall n Main, N L 

John, emp Phelps & Harrison, h Nashua, N L 

John A., bds 60 Nashua, N L 



LEOMINSTER DIRECTORY. 1 3 

Barry Richard, emp L. W. Co., h 80 Lancaster 

William J., emp E. F. Dodge & Co., h 11 Cross 
Barslow — see Barcellos 

Bartlett Abel (W. W. & A. Bartlett) Cole n Sterling line, 
h do. 
Archie B., emp H. E. Bartlett, h Newton 
Arthur E., emp W. S. Co., bds 25 First 
Charles, emp G. A. G. S. Co., h 37 Fourth 
Edward, emp E. B. Kingman & Co., h 77 Mechanic 
BARTLETT H. E. & CO. variety wood turners Mechanic 
c Mt. Pleasant av 
Herbert E. (H. E. Bartlett & Co.) Mechanic c Mt. 

Pleasant av, h 13 Orchard 
Waldo W^. (W. W. & A. Bartlett) Cole n Sterling line, 

hdo. 
W. W. & A. (Waldo W. and A. Bartlett), saw mill and 
mfrs. chair stock Cole n Sterling line 
Barton Fred H., emp W. R. C. Co., h 108 Water 
Laura M. Mrs., h 23 Vine 
William F., carpenter, h 132 West 
Bascom Harry C, lawyer (1) Foster blk 4 Main, rms 38 

Church 
Bassett Hamppleton P. (Bassett & Baker) 26 Central, h 28 
do. 
Julius I., baker emp 9 Water, h Wilder av 
& Baker (H. P. Bassett and W. FT. Baker), bread, cake 
and pastry bakers 26 Central and 9 Water 
Bassnett John, emp F. A. W. C. Co., bds 29 Priest 
Bastien Arthur, rem to Sterling 
Batchelder Sarah A. Miss, bds 3 Gardner pi 

Walter R., painter, h 118 Main 
Bates Alonzo L., foreman Williams & Winn, h 30 Colburn 
Bros. (J. H. and W. L. Bates), groceries 6 Main 
Clayton, h 3 Kendall pi 
Cora Belle H., teacher, bds 9 Arlington 
Edward T., emp L. & C. St. Ry. Co^ h 12 Franklin 
Elmer H., treas. Wachusett Shirt Co., h 6 Oak av 
Emory S., clerk Bates Bros., h 9 Arlington 
Eugene A., cutter W. S. Co., h Winter pi 
George M. J., rem to Boston 
John W., h 30 Pleasant 
Julius H. (Bates Bros.) 6 Main, b 36 Church 
Lewis Solomon (Columbia Comb Co.) 11. Water, h 

Manning av 
Thomas L., jobber and blacksmith 14 Manchester, 

h do. 
Waldo L. (Bates Bros.) 6 Main, h 36 Church 
Battles Aurelia, widow Beniamin F., bds Hamilton c For- 
est, N L 
Elbert F., farmer, h Willard 
Baxter Mary E. Miss, emp W. S. Co., bds 4 Green 



1 4 LEOMINSTER DIEECTOEY. 






BAY STATE COMB CO. Preston & Tisdale props., horn 

and celluloid goods mfrs. 7 Manchester 
Beal John, prop. Columbia Grocery 45 Main, h 50 West 
Beaman Asenatb Mrs., rem to Eoxbury 

Merton A., farmer and cucumber grower, h Crawford 
Bearce George E., barber emp W. H. Goodrich, h 17 Mer- 

riam 
Beard Charles M., emp Tennev & Porter, h Mechanic bel 

Sixth 
Beargeon Ered E., emp C. Comb Co., h 112 Water 
Beandry Louis, carpenter, h 111 Central 
Beaulieu Ered, laborer, h 4 Central st. court 
Beaumont Louis, laborer, h 30 Eifth ext., 1ST L 
Beauteau Arehille, emp Paton Mfg. Co., bds Lincoln Ter- 
race 
Begley Margaret, widow Patrick, bds 131 Exchange 

Mary Mrs., bds 37 Eifth 
Belanger Archie, emp L. W. Co., bds 46 Cottage 
Belcher Sarah, widow Thomas, bds 311 Main, N L 
Bell Edward, emp E. M. Rockwell, bds 60 Cottage 

George, emp L. S. Co., h 76 Pleasant 

Harry J., reporter Fitchburg Evening Mail, h 36 
Pleasant 

Henry, emp Damon. Howe & Co., bds 4 Boyles pi 

Herbert, emp F. G. Smith, h 160 West 

James M. Rev., pastor Congregational Church, 1ST L, h 
362 Main, do. 

Louis M., emp E. M. Rockwell, h 41 Adams 

Richard, rem to New Hampshire 

William, emp B. F. Blodgett & Co., bds 4 Boyles pi 
Benedict Watson, emp E. M. Rockwell, bds 38 Adams 
Benjamin Martin C, h r 26 Main 
Bennett D. Anne, widow James, bds 16 School 

Hannah B., widow Eugene A., h 5 Park 

John F., teamster Union Coal Co., h 3 Whitney 

Kate, widow Matthew J., h 48 Graham 

Michael, laborer, bds 8 Wilson 

Nellie, widow Michael, h 8 Wilson 

Patrick A., teamster emp Union Coal Co., h 10 
Walker 

Richard, emp Damon, Howe & Co., bds 8 Wilson 
Bentlev William E., clerk W. S. Co., bds 28 Pleasant 

William W., engineer B. F. Blodgett & Co., h 28 
Pleasant 
Benton Harry B., emp Williams & Winn, bds 18 Cottage 

Jesse F., emp Tenney & Porter, bds 5 Whitman 

Lauretta W. Mrs., h" 5 Whitman 

Neziah B., emp R. P. C. Co., h 16 Middle 
Bergan John, emp L. W. Co., bds 38 Adams 
Berger Frank, emp Smith Bros., bds 4 Central st. court 



LEOMINSTER DIRECTORY. 15 

Bergeron Alfred, emp E. B. Kingman & Co., bds 64 Spruce 
Derrick, emp Paten Mfg. Co., h 171 Central 
Edward, emp Paton Mfg. Co., h Lincoln Terrace 
Edward, emp E. B. Kingman & Co., bds 64 Spruce 
George, emp E. B. Kingman & Co., bds 64 Spruce 
Gideon, emp Paton Mfg. Co., h Lincoln Terrace 
Joseph, emp J. H. L. P. C. Co., h Eighth n Water 
Joseph, emp Paton Mfg. Co., h 173 Central 
Joseph 2d, laborer, h Eighth n Water 
Mary A., widow John, h 64 Spruce 
Napoleon, carpenter, h 20 Derwin 
Philip, emp Union Mfg. Co., bds 171 Central 

Berry Ered A., home bakery 430 Main, N L, h do. 
Herbert C., prop. The Columbia, h do. 
John H., janitor McGrath/s Block, h 85 Whitney 

Bessette Gusta, h 9 Fifth 

Betters Joseph, painter, h 134 Central 

BICKFORD A. W. & CO, (Abram W. Bickford), props. 
Wachusett House, billiards, pool and barber 
shop 3 Water 
Abram W., prop. Wachusett House 3 Water, h do. 
George L., clerk Wachusett House, bds do. 
Horace C, emp F. A. W. C. Co., h 54 Pleasant 

Bicknell Harry B. (Thompson & Bicknell) 21 Mechanic, h 
29 Church 

Bierts Charles, carpenter, h 31 Central 

Charles Mrs., dressmaker 31 Central, h do. 

Bigelow Charles E., physician and surgeon (7) Park c 
Pleasant, h 19 Merriam 
George E., carpenter, rms 3 Second 
Maude Miss, emp W. R. C. Co., rms 14 Franklin 

Billingham Edgar P., emp Whitney & Co., h 59 Union 

Billings Carrie L. Miss, teacher, bds 8 Beacon, N L 

George H., foreman E. F. Dodge & Co., bds 80 Cen- 
tral 
Nellie F., widow Thomas E., h 8 Beacon, N L 

Bingham Roella Mrs., emp Leominster Hotel, bds do. 

Bird Abigail C, widow Ebenezer, h 86 Pleasant 
Simeon, emp G. W. W. Paper Co., h 226 Main 

Birnie William, rem to Scotland 

Bixby George W., bds 20 School 

Guy S., machinist L. W. Co., h 28 Blossom 

Black Lineus C, emp G. A. G. S. Co., h Pierce, N L 
Roby A., widow Paul D., h 59 Pleasant 
Stephen A., emp W. S. Co., h 126 Pleasant 
Thomas, h 91 Whitney 

Blackwell Clarence E., emp Damon, Howe & Co., h 176 
Pleasant 
George P., bds 176 Pleasant 

Blair Samuel E., shoe cutter, h 42 Crawford, N L 
William H., farmer, h 42 Crawford, N L 



16 LEOMINSTER DIRECTORY. 

Blake Joseph, foreman Charles B. Maynard & Co., bds The 
Columbia 
Mary A., widow Franklin S., h 23 Lancaster 
Nellie F. Miss, clerk 68 Central, bds 23 Lancaster 
Blanchard Arthur H., laborer, h 26 Middle 

Bertie W., emp W. S. Co., bds 9 Hamilton, N L 
Charles H., wood and granite dealer 114 West, bds do. 
Milan W., emp GL A. G. S. Co., h 107 Main 
Willard D., stone contractor and quarryman 114 West, 
hdo. 
Blanchester Arthur, painter, h Eden Glen 
Blodgett Benjamin F. (B. F. Blodgett & Co.) 29 Cottage, 

h 116 Pleasant 
BLODGETT B. F. & CO, (B. Rand E. F. -Blodgett), mfrs. 
fine horn and celluloid goods, hair pins, back 
combs and novelties 29 Cottage c Cotton 
Edward F. (B. F. Blodgett & Co.) 29 Cottage, h 30 

do. 
Edward W., student, bds 30 Cottage 
Franklin T., sup't B. F. Blodgett & Co. and treas. 
Leominster Electric Light and Power Co., bds 30 
Cottage 
Henrv L., emp G. M. Kendall, h 17 Whitman 
Milton W., foreman B. F. Blodgett & Co., h 112 
Pleasant 
Bloes Olive Miss, emp G. A. G. S. Co., rms 144 Spruce 
Blood Albert, conductor F. & L. St. Ry. Co., rms N Main 
opp Nichols 
Arthur E., foreman W. S. Co., h 29 Adams 
Augustus W., engineer A. W. Williams, h 20 N Main 
Austin W., clerk Bates Bros., bds 9 Lancaster 
Berton C, clerk 45 Main, h 17 Merriam 
Herbert L., bookkeeper, bds Linden House 
Lucius M., bds Linden House 
Mabel Miss, emp W. S. Co., rms 21 Cotton 
Board of Health, office Town Hall, West c Church 
Bodah Albert, emp Phelps & Harrison, h 55 Nashua, N L 
Bodge G. M. Rev., pastor First Cong. Unitarian Church, h 
23 Merriam 
Margaret W. Miss, bds 23 Merriam 
Bodo Henry, barber 8 Pleasant, h 6 Central st. court 

Napoleon P., barber emp 10 Pleasant, h 129 Central 
Boehm A. Louise Miss, bds 27 Cottage 

Lillian A. Mrs., emp G. A. G. S. Co., rms 53 Central 
Louis II., emp Williams & Winn, rms 53 Fourth 
Bolton Arthur B., painter, bds 25 Union 

Miranda M. Mrs., h 25 Union 
Bond Albert, emp L. W. Co., h 50 Cottage 

Cyprien, emp L. W. Co., bds 50 Cottage 
Booth Alvin T., rem to Lynn 



LEOMINSTER DIRECTORY . 17 

Booth Byran A., emp Horn and Supply Co., bds 32 Daley 
Fred W.. emp Union Mfg. Co., bds 32 Daley 
Mabel M., widow William II., h 32 Daley 
William (William Booth & Co.) 11 A\ r ater, h 127 

Union 
William & Co. (William Booth), mfrs. rubberite nov- 
elties 11 Water 
Bordeaux Paul P., emp D. C. Co., bds 11 Green 
Prosper, rat destroyer mfr. 11 Green, h do. 
Boss — see Btiss 

Bossett Mary E. Mrs., h Mechanic bey Nashua 
Bosworth Fred F., combmaker, bds Wachusett House 

George, teamster emp 21 Pleasant, bds Eighth n 

Water 
Henry M., painter, h 18 Washington 
Milton H. (Bosworth & Wood) 21 Pleasant, h 39 

Church 
& Wood (Milton H. Bosworth and Benjamin F. 
Wood), flour, grain, feed, hay and grist mill 21 
Pleasant and 34 Spruce 
Boulie 0. F., rem to Gardner 
Boulieu — see Beaulieu 

Bourbeau Edward A., barber emp A. Charron, h 22 Walker 
Louis, grocer 104 Water, h do. 
< William, emp Tilton & Cook, bds 104 Water 
Bourcque Eusebe, hod carrier, bds 45 Central 
Bourdon David A., groceries 106 Water, h do. 
Bourgeois John, emp Paton Mfg. Co., h 2 Central st. court 
Ludger, laborer, h 107 Central 

Rudolph, emp Paton Mfg. Co., bds 2 Central st. court 
Bourn Arthur Clayton, laborer, h Sixth bel Mechanic 
Bourne Benjamin F., emp F. G. Smith, bds 19 Boutelle 
Charles F., plumber emp J. B. Farnsworth, bds 19 

Boutelle 
Frank, emp F. G. Smith, h 19 Boutelle 
Frank E., clerk 51 Central, b«49 Merriam 
George, emp L. S. Co., h 22 Cottage 
Mary E. Mrs., dressmaker 19 Boutelle, h do. 
William G., emp L. El. L. & P. Co., h 33 West 
Boutelle Elmer H., farmer, bds Hill n Low 

Francis M.. bookkeeper N". C! Boutelle & Co., bds 12 

Crawford, tf L " 
Henry A., farmer and milk dealer, h Hill n Low 
N. C. Furniture Co., rnfrs. chamber furniture Craw- 
ford ext., N L 
Newton C, treas. and manager N". C. Boutelle Furn- 
iture Co. Crawford ext., h 12 Crawford c Beacon, 
N L 
William P., farmer, bds Hill n Low 
Boutellier Artemas, emp R. P. C. Co., bds 35 Green 
2 



18 LEOMINSTER DIRECTORY. 

Boutellier Ernest, emp R. P. C. Co., Ms 17 Green 

Galbrin, emp R. P. C. Co., bds 17 Green 
Boutwell Charles M. Mrs., h 73 Pleasant 

Francis N. (Boutwell & Co) 21 Water, h 18 Vine 
Mattie F. Miss, emp W. D. Earl & Co., bds 85 Me- 
chanic 
Ploomv, widow Marshall, h 85 Mechanic 
BOUTWELL & CO. (Francis K Boutwell), book, card 

and job printers 21